The former U.S. ambassador defended President Donald Trump's strike on Qassem Soleimani, saying the assassination was a "long time coming."
The officer needed a tetanus shot and a course of antibiotics after being assaulted by Judith Mundle in Walsall, U.K.
As populations and BMIs increase so will demand for calories. A study published in Plos One projects an 80 percent increase in demand by 2100.
You can leave Santa a voicemail, or receive a personalized message.
Authorities said a car in the U.K. exploded after the driver sprayed excessive amounts of air freshener then lit a cigarette.
Wakefit, an Indian start-up that describes itself as a "sleep solutions company," is hiring a number of sleep interns to test out their products.
Natalie Harvey, who lives in Netherton in the West Midlands, U.K., said she was on her way to answer her door when she spotted the delivery driver turning her door handle.
Feroza Aziz said TikTok banned her for posting a clip warning that China is detaining Muslims in "concentrations camps" and the situation is "another Holocaust."
Jackie Louise Armstrong fell as she was performing her aerial act in the Zippos Circus Christmas show at the Winter Wonderland attraction in London's Hyde Park..
Tyrel Benjamin, 25, was sentenced to seven years in jail after he pleaded guilty to a number of sexual offenses, including attempting to pay for the sexual services of a child.
One man carried out a successful Nigerian scam from prison and enjoyed more freedom than most prisoners. Anti-corruption officials have begun an investigation into who is responsible.
Mount Merapi in Indonesia erupted at 10.46 a.m. local time on Sunday, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said.
Amos Price, 30, was sentenced to 18 weeks in jail after he was caught on surveillance footage setting a dog loose on a cat in Walsall, England.
Khalid Ashraf, 32, choked his sister Sarah Ashraf to death after she came to visit him at his apartment in Tower Hamlets, London.
Michael Dabbs, 29, was sentenced to 16 months in prison for the assault at Liverpool Crown Court in the U.K.
Lucy Darwin took to Twitter to complain after she said she turned up on her flight to New York to find her seat was covered in crumbs.
Chlöe Swarbrick, a Green Party MP, had been giving a speech in New Zealand's Parliament in support of a bill to combat climate change when she was heckled by an older MP from another party.
The pair said they were asked to leave the Mein Schiff 5 after getting intimate on the first day of a two-week Caribbean cruise with travel firm TUI Cruises.
The 80-year-old man had been taking part in a classic car rally when the 1903 Knox Runabout Old Porcupine he was in hit a truck along the M23 in Surrey, U.K.
Amber Luke, from Brisbane, Australia, said the process of having the sclera of her eyeballs inked with a bright blue color was so painful it felt like shards of glass were being rubbed into her eyes.
Australian border officials seized a shipment of sriracha sauce from the U.S. that had more than $200 million worth of meth hidden inside, authorities said.
Darren Rowe, 49, from Rowley Regis in the U.K., was convicted after posting images of his then partner on pornographic and swingers websites.
The woman was filmed berating a female store employee inside a Shoppers Drug Mart in Canada.
The incident was captured on surveillance cameras outside the home of a Hindu couple who live in Adelaide, Australia.
Yazidi activist Nadia Murad took to Twitter to call for captured ISIS fighters to be brought to justice following reports that the terror group's leader is dead.
Police said the girl was taken into custody after officers found her armed with a knife at her school in Townsville in Queensland, Australia.
Emilio Gianfancesco, 17, Jedd Falloon and Toby Howe, both 16, had been spearfishing in Hamelin Bay, Western Australia when a shark suddenly appeared
The 95-year-old, who died in Singapore, ruled Zimbabwe with an iron fist until toppled by a military coup in 2017.
Many analysts say current tensions could easily escalate into an armed conflict and the collapse of the Tehran regime. That prospect has raised the question of what kind of Iranian government might come next.
There's one thing you can do online that is universally considered downright cruel: to unfollow someone. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just did exactly that on Instagram.