Swiss and U.S. officials have met in recent days in Berne, Switzerland, to try to end a long-running dispute over wealthy Americans using secret Swiss accounts to dodge taxes, and they seem to be getting closer to a deal, two newspapers reported Sunday.
Pakistani model and actress Veena Malik will participate in an Indian TV reality show where she will choose her husband. Swayamvar Season 4- Veena Ka Vivaah will be aired on Image TV.
The former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star, Hulk Hogan, filed a defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Linda Bollea, on Thursday, in Clearwater Fla. He claims her new autobiography, Wrestling the Hulk: My Life against the Ropescontains less than accurate information about him.
A fire tore through a seven-story private hospital in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata before dawn Friday, killing at least 84 people, most of them intensive care patients who were asleep and suffocated in the fumes.
Tulsa, Okla. police arrested a woman Thursday for stealing and mixing chemicals to make meth inside of a Wal-Mart.
There is, apparently, yet another fake doctor doing the rounds.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has reversed a murder conviction because a juror tweeted and another slept during the trial.
U.S. federal prosecutors, on Thursday, recommended a 15-month prison sentence for former Major League Baseball outfielder Barry Bonds.
The report was the result of a 2010 law requiring a survey of New York's jury pools to determine whether jurors represent a fair cross-section of the population.
Virginia Tech officials have lifted the campus lockdown and said they have recovered a weapon following the shooting death of a police officer and an unidentified man on Thursday.
Family Court Judge Susan Larabee refused to release the 12-year-old boy who pushed a shopping cart from the fourth-floor walkway outside a Target store in Harlem, striking 47-year-old mother and philanthropist Marion Hedges and putting her into a coma, from minimum security jail because of his history of erratic behavior.
A gunman killed a police officer and another person on Thursday at Virginia Tech University, the site of one of the worst shooting rampages in U.S. history, school officials said.
A Virginia Tech police officer and an unidentified victim were shot and killed by an unidentified suspect on Thursday afternoon on the school's campus.
Following the shooting death of two people on its campus on Thursday, Virginia Tech authorities have advised visitors to stay away from the campus.
At least two people have been confirmed dead after shots were fired at Virginia Tech University on Thursday afternoon.
A person who surrendered with their hands up outside the Performance Arts Building is not under arrest, the Collegiate Times, an independent student newspaper that covers Virginia Tech and Blacksburg, is reporting.
Virginia Tech has reported that an officer has been shot on its campus and that there is possibly a second victim.
The Ministry of Women & Child Development has revealed that dowry cases, as defined under the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, are increasing in India.
A Pakistani court on Thursday rejected a petition from a lawyer asking that authorities be directed to file charges of obscenity and sedition against actress Veena Malik.
The Karmapa is regarded as the third most important figure in Tibetan Buddhism after the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama.
Canadian imams plan to condemn the misguided notion of so-called honor killings in their Friday sermons this week, responding to the high-profile trial of a father accused of murdering his three teenage daughters, allegedly because they shamed his Afghan family.
Bishop Eddie Long's announcement of his departure from the New Birth missionary Baptist Church on Sunday has uncertainty for the future of the church, The Associated Press has reported.
According to reports, the man known as the Geezer Bandit, responsible and wanted for robbing close to 20 banks throughout California, left some vital clues in his most recent robbery of a bank that could lead authorities to his capture.
Veena Malik has accused the FHM India Magazine of using a morphed photo of hers for a nude photoshoot and consequently sued it for $1.95 million. Now the magazine has countered Malik’s claim with a claim of $4.8 million.
Police haven't been able to establish the whereabouts of a man reportedly out on a revenge mission, but according to them, he could be hiding in the woods in the vicinity of New Hampshire-Maine border after scaling a prison razor wire fence on Thursday.