Tuesday, May 5, 2015
The steely and polished Scottish independence leader Nicola Sturgeon has emerged as an unlikely star of Britain's unpredictable election race and could decide who is prime minister after Thursday's election.
Raucous performances by New Orleans hometown hero Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews, rocker Lenny Kravitz and rising country star Kacey Musgraves closed out the 2015 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on Sunday.
A former Republican Party U.S. lawmaker, Bob Inglis, received the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Sunday for reversing his position on climate change despite the predictable political fallout that helped cost him his seat in Congress.
Players greeted like rock stars, cheering fans and a spectacular set; the Zenith concert hall in Paris was transformed into a giant play room this weekend for a global tournament devoted to the blockbuster "Call of Duty" video game.
U.S. neurosurgeon Ben Carson announced Sunday that he is seeking the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
Look at your hands. See those fingers? Chances are, they know how to type and swipe.
Kenya's deputy president, William Ruto, has told worshippers at a church service in Nairobi that homosexuality had no place in the east African nation, reports said Monday.
Monday, May 4, 2015
Two gunmen were killed after opening fire on a security officer outside a contest for cartoon depictions of Prophet Muhammad in Texas and a bomb squad was called in to search their vehicle as a precaution, authorities said.
Baltimore's mayor lifted a citywide curfew, six days after riots sparked by Freddie Gray's death, and faith leaders called for continued activism until justice is achieved.