According to multiple reports, Apple has agreed to a long-simmering deal with China Mobile, the largest mobile phone carrier in the world's most desirable burgeoning market – just in time for Chinese New Year.
A person who has twice escaped criminal charges of being not-good has made more than $100,000 for a not-good painting. This is not good.
Canada doesn't mess around in the winter time – and a nasty ice storm in the country's biggest city proves that we Americans bow to that country's hardiness in the face of remarkably bad weather (and, occasionally, naughty politicians).
It's all hands on deck to try to get Americans to sign up for Obamacare before time runs out, and according to a report from Politico, that even means going to where all feet are on the dance floor – the local nightclub.
She was in the wrong place at the wrong time. And now Claire Davis, the 17-year-old girl who was shot a week ago at Colorado's Arapahoe High School, has died in hospital from her wounds.
Sumi Abedin can't work anymore. A fifteen-year-old is dying from wounds from her escape. They were among those broken by a Bangladeshi factory fire that killed at least 117 – and some small measure of justice may now be on its way.
According to the Washington Post, the CIA has been closely involved for a decade in a secret fight against drug cartel FARC in Colombia, including by targeting and killing its top leaders.
The director of national intelligence has asked the courts to throw out a class action suit against the government, saying that if the court hears classified information from the program to prove its worth, then the terrorists win.
Iran is going to get its first international hotel projects since the Iranian Revolution, part of a bold move by a hotelier horning in on areas that are generally perceived as dangerous.
As quickly as you can say "Tata Madiba," the Nelson Mandela Foundation has swatted away allegations that suggest the late anti-apartheid leader received weapons training from the Israeli secret service.
Allegedly, married New York assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak is a butt guy who likes attempted infidelities with 20-somethings and massages with happy endings – something his political career may not get the chance to enjoy.
An ongoing series of Bay Area protests against private shuttle buses for Google and Apple employees went next-level on Friday, with Oakland protesters smashing out a window of a Google Bus and telling the workers to leave.
In his traditional Christmas speech, Pope Francis hit pause on his criticism of social inequality to turn inward, telling Catholic bishops and priests to play nice in the school cafeteria and check their Mean Girls attitudes at the door.
While many families will gather by gift-laden trees this Christmas, two NASA astronauts will hang out with the unfathomable terrifying vastness of space this year, thanks to urgently needed repair work on the International Space Station.
The rising civil unrest in South Sudan has cost the U.S. its first casualties. Rebel fire badly damaged two American aircraft carrying troops, injuring four, one critically.
After months of rumours, The New York Times is reporting that Chinese president Xi Jinping is formally opening an inquiry into a powerful member of the Communist Party's innermost circle: its former chief of domestic security.
Good news, it seems, for NSA leaker Edward Snowden: A man expected to take over soon as the NSA's top civilian says amnesty is something "worth having a conversation about."
Peter O'Toole, a renowned and prolific Irish actor best known for his titular role in Lawrence of Arabia, has died after battling a long sickness. He was 81.
A five-month investigation by The Boston Globe has provided new insight into the history and character of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the brothers accused of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombings in April this year, including suggestions that Tamerlan was dealing with mental illness.