California Fines Health Insurance Giants For Exaggerating Their Obamacare Doctor Networks
State regulators announced Tuesday that Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California will be penalized for overstating their doctor networks, leading to unforeseen bills for patients.
Amazon To Open First Brick-And-Mortar Store In Seattle On Tuesday
The online giant's first brick-and-mortar retail location was to open in the University Village mall.
Ex-Student Charged With Murder In Winston-Salem State University Shooting
Police have charged Jarrett Moore in the killing of a Winston-Salem State University student that occurred Sunday.
KKK Prank: Oklahoma Mayor's Husband Regrets Halloween Stunt
Cary Sharp, husband of Lahoma Mayor Theresa Sharp, has apologized after photos of him and his friends dressed in Ku Klux Klan costumes went viral.
US Now Ranks Third For Financial Secrecy And Tax Havens After Switzerland And Hong Kong
The United States is a "formidable, harmful and irresponsible secrecy jurisdiction at both the federal and state levels,” the new report said.
Immigration Reform 2015: Ted Cruz Stance On Immigrants Rejected By Conservative Latino Republican Group
The leader of a conservative Latino organization said Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s stance on undocumented immigrants needs a little work.
Amazon Forest Fire Threatens Indigenous Lands In Brazil
A huge blaze has been spreading throughout the northern Brazilian state of Maranhao for the past two months, and has destroyed indigenous lands.
US Presses Mexico To Make Progress On Missing Students Case
A U.S. official says Mexico must show results on its human rights abuse cases, such as last year's disappearance of 43 students.
China Abolishes One-Child Policy, But Will Families Take Advantage Of The Change Amid Economic Slowdown?
Families in China may not be keen to take on more children due to rising costs of living and cultural shifts, experts say.
2010 BP Oil Spill: Transocean And Gulf States Reach Settlement
Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas have entered a settlement agreement with Transocean for millions in compensation for BP's 2010 oil spill.
Rio Olympics 2016: Local Brazil Governments 'Resettling' Thousands of Families Before Games Begin
The Rio de Janeiro city government says it has resettled 22,059 families between 2009 and 2015, but it claims only 344 were moved due to the Olympics.
China's Largest Investment In Latin America? Chinese Construction Firm To Develop Industrial Park In Mexico
The deal could turn into the largest investment China has made in the country with Latin America's second-largest economy.
South Koreans Losing Trust In Religion Despite Steady Support For Catholicism: Survey
Among the decreasing number of South Koreans who trust religion, a new survey says Catholicism remains the most supported faith.
India's Supreme Court To Examine Muslim Divorce Law For Gender Discrimination
Two Supreme Court justices have urged Chief Justice HL Dattu to launch a special bench to bring Muslim personal law in line with the constitution's gender discrimination laws.
Terrorism In Spain: After Bomb Attacks, ETA Leaders Charged With Crimes Against Humanity
A Spanish judge charged five men with crimes against humanityTuesday in relation to a 2004 attack that killed 12.
Mike Tyson Endorses Donald Trump: 'He Should Be President Of The United States'
“We tried Obama, right? Time for a change."
Dilma Rousseff Approval Ratings: Poll Shows Brazilian President Tax Hike Is Unpopular
Rousseff's approval ratings budged slightly to 8.8 percent from 7.7 percent in July, but 86.7 percent don't support her tax hike.
Chinese Fried Rice Guinness World Record Disqualified In Yangzhou For Being Mostly Inedible, Used As Pig Feed
Guinness officials say more than 330 pounds of the fried rice was wasted, violating the organization's rules.
Rutgers-Camden To Slash Tuition In Half, Eliminate It For Low-Income Students
A new program called "Bridging the Gap" will provide students with grants covering half or all of their campus costs, depending on their income.
Japan Manga Porn: United Nations Wants To Ban Child Abuse Images In Comics and Anime
Japan banned child sexual abuse imagery in June 2014, but excluded manga comics.
Who Is Tokyo Sexwale? Former Political Prisoner Alongside Nelson Mandela Declares Candidacy In FIFA Presidential Election
The multimillionaire business magnate and anti-apartheid political prisoner is in the race to become the soccer body's next president.
Saudi Prince Arrested For Drugs In Lebanon: Royal Detained in Beirut After 2 Tons of Amphetamines Found On Private Jet
It was the largest drug smuggling effort uncovered at the Beirut Airport to date, according to Lebanon's official National News Agency.
Ukraine Election Update 2015: Chewbacca Arrested For Unlawfully Campaigning For Darth Vader
The Wookiee was fined the equivalent of $7.50 for canvassing on voting day but said his money is tied up in an intergalactic bank.
Norway Kindergarten Education Falling Short: Speech, Hygiene Requirements Worse Than Previously Thought, Researchers Say
A new study shows that young children in Norway are behind their on development, language and hygiene.
Hurricane Patricia In Puerto Vallarta: As Category 5 Storm Approaches Mexico, Hotels, Cruise Liners, Tourists Brace Themselves
As Hurricane Patricia approached, hotels and resorts along Mexico's Pacific coast were evacuated, boarded up or turned into makeshift shelters.
Ahead Of Bogota Mayor Election, Corruption, Security, Transit Are Top Concerns As Candidates Vie For Colombia's Second-Highest Political Post
Political leadership in Colombia's capital city was been wrought with corruption and violence leading up to Sunday's mayoral elections.
Puerto Rico Debt Crisis 2015: Obama Administration Presses Congress to Aid Struggling Island
The White House released a statement Wednesday urging Congress to take action in diverting Puerto Rico from a financial disaster.
Canadian Mining Human Rights Abuses: What Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party Win Could Mean For Latin America
Canada has for years grown its mining empire in Latin America, largely ignoring complaints of violence, kidnapping, extortion and environmental damage.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Cleared in Petrobras Corruption Scandal
A parliamentary commission report has exonerated the Brazilian president and her predecessor in the petroleum company's corruption scandal.