Retired professional wrestlers are suing World Wrestling Entertainment, also known as WWE, for head injuries they claim to have suffered in the ring.
Ralph Alvarado became the first Hispanic elected to state office in Kentucky when he won his state Senate race in 2014.
Cuba’s new entrepreneurs have complained that one of the things missing from President Raul Castro’s reforms is a wholesale market.
Sherlock Holmes may be the most famous private investigator of them all.
A former U.S. Marine has been identified as the gunman who killed three police officers Sunday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Young supporters of Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton agree improving the economy is a major issue.
People on social media have been accusing the American space agency, NASA, of shutting off its live video from the International Space Station.
The World Anti-Doping Agency, also known as WADA, has called for banning Russian athletes from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday he wants those who attempted to seize power in Turkey to be brought to justice.
The International AIDS Conference is being held this week (July 18 – 22) in Durban, South Africa.