Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has opened up for the first time publicly about his divorce from Wendi Deng, saying he was "shocked" to learn of reports that his ex-wife kept diary entries about the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The announcement that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman on CBS's Late Show has his critics up in arms.
Oscar Pistorius trial has resumed following two dramatic days of cross-examination.
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel declared he would be able to prove Oscar Pistorius murdered his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp because his “version is a lie”.
Lord Nicholas Stern, author of a landmark 2006 study on climate change, says his conclusion global output could dive 5-20 per cent without action to curb greenhouse gases was an underestimate.
A woman threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton on Thursday as the former secretary of state was delivering a speech at a Las Vegas hotel, but Clinton dodged it and continued with her remarks, a US Secret Service spokesman said.
Nigel Evans, a former deputy speaker of Britain's parliament, was cleared on Thursday of sexual assault and a rape charge and said afterwards he had been through 11 months of "hell".
People smugglers in Indonesia are mounting their first credible attempt to ship asylum seekers on the hazardous voyage to New Zealand and circumvent the Abbott government’s Operation Sovereign Borders.
A small German furniture store chain says it inadvertently ordered 5000 coffee cups bearing a faint portrait of Adolf Hitler from China.
Holiday snaps of Australian Peter Greste’s parents and his award-winning BBC documentary on Somalia were just two of the many pieces of irrelevant material presented as evidence to an Egyptian court.