The longtime opposition leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, has apologized for not becoming the country’s next president.
Cambodia’s ruling party spokesman has dismissed a report that the Prime Minister inflated the number of “likes” on his Facebook page.
The Facebook “like” button was one of the social media website’s most popular features.
An American court has ordered several defendants to pay a woman $55 million in damages connected to an online video.
English record producer George Martin is credited with helping The Beatles become famous.
Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders won primary elections in Michigan on Tuesday.
The British royal family has released photos of Prince William and family on a ski vacation in the French Alps.
A solar eclipse will pass over Earth on Wednesday, starting in Southeast Asia March 9, and ending in the western Pacific on Tuesday evening, March 8.
A 43-year-old woman was found dead in an elevator in China.
Fast-food chain McDonald’s is adding french fries drizzled with chocolate sauce to its menu in Japan.