In 1989, Steven Sasson, an employee at Kodak, presented to his boss the world's first DSLR camera, a side project the photographic film company half-heartedly allowed Sasson to work on for over a decade.
Like father, like son. Donald J. Trump Jr. grabbed headlines on Monday with anti-refugee rhetoric that likened Syrian refugees to Skittles -- a brand of fruit-flavored sweets.
When U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turned illegal Mexican immigrants into the bogeymen in his vitriol-fueled campaign -- calling them rapists and proposing a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border that would be paid for by Mexico --the last thing he expected was a formal invitation from the Latin American nation's president.
For the past two weeks, Olympians have imprinted on the world -- as we have the fortune of witnessing every four summers and winters -- the excellence of their physical craft, the spirit of teamwork and the divide between defeat and victory....
Two attackers who had pledged allegiance to the so-called Islamic State killed Father Jacques Hamel after they forced him to his knees in the middle of morning Mass on July 26.
"Together, let's be the last ones to cry; and together, let's be the last ones standing against barbarism." This is how is the mayor of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France, rightly described our feelings Tuesday after two Islamists attacked the local church and slit a priest's throat.
The Republican Party formally nominated Donald Trump Tuesday as its candidate for the upcoming U.S. presidential election in November, ending a never-ending primary campaign filled with personal attacks and derogatory remarks that saw the billionaire tycoon defeat 16 White House hopefuls.
The recent horrific attack in Nice, France that killed at least 84 people last Thursday night is fresh on our minds, and international media and French President Francois Hollande have referred to it as a terrorist attack.
That the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague would rule against mainland China's claim in the South China Sea in a case brought by the Philippines does not come as a surprise.
Last Thursday, a mere 48 hours after coming out with his bombshell press conference that blasted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for being "extremely careless" in her handling of emails during her time as the U.S.' top diplomat, FBI director James Comey went before a House committee to explain his decision to not recommend criminal prosecution for "negligence" in endangering national security.