While three ruling parties agreed to use a Royal Charter in regulating the press, they still have their different views on the charter. Harriet Harman, Member of Parliament [...]
Press regulations have been much debated among British politicians since the media phone-hacking scandals motivated an inquiry in 2011. The three main parties reached a deal [...]
A 47-year-old man had a heart attack while running the Barcelona Marathon on Sunday. He died shortly after arriving at the hospital, the second marathon runner to die in the [...]
Hasselhoff Berlin Wall: “Baywatch” star David Hasselhoff lend his support to keeping a section of the Berlin Wall intact.
Player Nazi salute: Over the weekend, a Greek soccer player gave an apparent Nazi salute, earning him a lifetime ban.
Over the weekend, a father and son died in the French Alps.
Pope wants austerity: In an address over the weekend, Pope Francis said he wanted austerity for the Catholic Church.
‘Healer’ infects with HIV: A Swiss natural medicine healer and acupuncturist accused of infecting people with HIV was arrested Friday.
Pope Francis stumbles: On his second day in office, Pope Francis slightly stumbled while he was greeting cardinals on Friday.
Cars totaled in hurricanes and other disasters are imported to Europe, reconditioned by criminal organizations with dangerously poor workmanship, and sold for a low price.