Pope Francis held a private meeting with American priest James Martin on Monday. Martin is well known for his pro-LGBT stance, which has proved controversial for many Catholics.
"[Officers] led him through the streets…on mounted horses. All as though they were slave masters, and he was their slave," tweeted New York City Public Defender Rebecca J. Kavanagh in reaction.
"To me, the most troubling thing is the potential politicization of the military. It is one of the last institutions in this country in which the American people see as being non-political," Willam Cohen warned.
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, presented their newborn son at Windsor Castle for the first time.
Saudi Arabia may be building its first missiles at home as the U.S. and Israel step up their campaign to isolate mutual foe Iran.
Over 400 Yale community members protested Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in Washington, D.C., on Monday, with 300 more students and alumni protesting on campus.
"What's happened to Woody is so upsetting, so unjust," Previn said. Mia "has taken advantage of the #MeToo movement."
Newsweek revealed Thursday that the cost of the parade could feed every homeless veteran in the U.S. for nine months.
The 49ers star was spotted out with the adult film actress in Beverly Hills.
Scaramucci said the president's optics and strategy were bad.
HR manager Claire Oliver sold her gift bag for tens of thousands just three days after the big day. She wasn't the only one.
Tooth fragments discovered in Berlin in 1945 belonged to Hitler, proving he died as the Allies approached.
Adnan Oktar parades women in designer bondage across the stage while simultaneously supporting a president who advocates for Muslim women to wear modest clothing.
A former Miss America contestant and victim of sexual harassment is now running the show.
He isn't bothered by the fact that facts can easily be checked – as in photographs of the inauguration crowd.
India will find it difficult to surpass Ivanka's style welcome when her father visits next year.
Desiree Fairooz wrote on Twitter that "Guess they've got enough 'laughing' matters to deal with!"
The image depicts the world's most celebrated soccer player in a prison outfit behind bars.
The comedian took to the L.A. stage with middle fingers raised in the air.