Peru’s constitutional court demanded for an instant “humanitarian release” for the country’s former President, Alberto Fujimori, who has been serving a 25-year sentence in prison for human rights abuses and corruption.
The House Oversight Committee Reveals more transactional receipts between Hunter Biden’s business partners and Joe Biden, despite the President denying he was involved.
Anti-Semitism is on rise, but the Biden Administration continues to push the narrative of Islamophobia, relying on The Council On American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) .
Supreme Court justices seem skeptical of both sides after hearing oral arguments over the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy settlement.
Biden’s re-election campaign continues to face growing pressure from the Muslim- American community.
What was once a settlement for those stricken with Leprosy in Hawaii is now a refuge for the remaining former patients.
Wall Street finished mixed on Tuesday after fresh employment data bolstered bets that the U.S. Federal Reserve will cut interest rates as soon as March.
U.S. job openings fell to more than a 2-1/2-year low in October, the strongest sign yet that higher interest rates were dampening demand for workers.
Eli Lilly said its recently approved obesity treatment Zepbound is now available in U.S. pharmacies.
A group representing 83 Spanish media outlets has filed a $600 million lawsuit against Facebook owner Meta Platforms.
Verizon said it would offer streaming subscriptions to Netflix and Warner Bros Discovery-owned Max platforms as a bundle to its customers.
Market capitalizations of global mega-cap companies surged, buoyed by a decline in U.S. yields and growing anticipation of potential rate cuts amid diminishing worries about inflation.
Archive footage of space rockets taking off beam across giant walls in a new immersive show in London.
Denny Laine, the leader of the Moody Blues and member of the Wings with legend Paul McCartney, has died at the age of 79.
“Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce” premiered at the top of the U.S. box office during the typically anemic first weekend of December.
The United States will host two of next year’s six Formula One sprint races with Miami joining Austin’s Circuit of the Americas.
There is no “plan B” for the opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympic Summer Games after a man killed a German tourist and left two people wounded near the Eiffel Tower.
Tiger Woods said he expects to be able to play one event per month in 2024 after making his return to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge.