Syrian security forces continued attacks in Homs on Wednesday for the 19th day. Among the at least 20 reported dead are two western journalists, Marie Colvin and Rémi Ochlik.
Mikhail Prokhorov, a Russian billionaire, has announced that he will create his own political movement that wasn't what he called a 'puppet of the Kremlin.'
A massive restoration project in a historic neighborhood in Kabul devastated by the war reveals exquisite buildings buried under garbage.
The US created a multimillion dollar space for people under 30 in Jakarta's upscale Pacific Place mall in an effort to extend its influence in Indonesia.
A new study from Oxford University found that test subjects who laughed were able to withstand nearly 10 percent more pain that other those who didn't.
Tensions run high between Israel and its neighbors Egypt and Turkey, leaving many Israelis feeling isolated in the Middle East.
The chanchona band, Los Hermanos Lovo trace their roots back to rural El Salvador, and they're all about the party.
Immigration rights activists say some of Colorado's immigrant sheep herders are being exploited by ranchers who deny them medical care and pay unfair wages.
The $40 million dollar fund made a profit of almost two percent in its first month of trading by using Tweets to gauge public's mood.
In Egypt, the "Ultras" or soccer hooligans are taking center stage in Egyptian politics and fueling violent unrest.