An Amnesty International report concludes female refugees face assaults, harassment and exploitation
Thomas Smith saved his 66-year-old friend and her two grandaughters in Houston after hearing 'a big old boom'
Rezaian’s incarceration was the longest, by far, for a Western journalist in Iran since the 1979 revolution
Iran foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said it is “a good day for the people of Iran”
In a zoo in the far reaches of Siberia, Amur the tiger and Timur the goat have charmed Russia by becoming best buddies
While a study found 99% of drug users tried marijuana before they did any other drug, this line of thinking is tenuous
Restaurant industry insiders provide your New Year's resolutions for becoming a better diner
Plenty of people go to see him simply for the spectacle, but the crowds at Trump's rallies are still extraordinary
There have been about 120 attacks and attempted assaults by Palestinians against Israelis since early October
The internet’s rages are passionate and deeply felt, but swiftly forgotten – which is why it seems important to recount them
From the sighting of mysterious species to the discovery of alien life, these tall tales fall reliably into the category of bunk
Are you 'pre-screened' for lots of mileage-reward cards? Banks think you’re rich and educated
The reappropriation is rarely random; in most cases, the original meaning of the word is a metaphor for the new one
Obese men and women have very low odds attaining even a 5 percent weight loss in a given year
Notion that for every 3,500 calories you shed from your diet, you'll lose a pound has been repeatedly refuted
Average calorie counts of Christmas dinners can be overblown – but what effect does this delicious debauchery have?