A 20-year-old woman has allegedly claimed that teenage pop star Justin Bieber has fathered her child. Mariah Yeater, from California, claims that Bieber is the father of her son Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater, who was born on July 6.
Google has launched a new design for its e-mail service Gmail yesterday; enabling users to switch between different looks.
Thailand’s worst floods in 60 years are set to bring Bangkok’s flood defenses to breaking point Saturday as coastal high tides are set to reach their peak.
The U.S. Commerce Department released figures Thursday that show the U.S. economy grew at an annualized rate of 2.5 percent in the third quarter of this year, between July and September. It had grown at 1.3 percent in the three months prior to that.
The United Nations Security Council unanimously agreed to end international military operations in Libya within days.
A moderate earthquake has shaken northern California Wednesday evening.
Amanda Knox’s ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito has declared that they need each other.
Facebook will be building its first new server farm outside of the U.S. - in the Swedish city of Lulea. The location was chosen because of the cold climate - which will help keep the servers cool.
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has been taken into custody after being accused of providing illegal insider information to hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam.
St. James’ Palace has announced that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s next public engagement will be a visit to UNICEF. The royal couple will visit UNICEF’s supply center in Denmark to view the effort to distribute food and medical supplies to East Africa.
Hurricane Rina, currently a category 2 storm, is heading towards Mexico’s top tourist destination, Cancun.
Children of America’s top tech executives from companies such as Google, Apple, Yahoo, and HP, are attending a private school in Silicon Valley that has no computers in the classrooms.
A truck driver in China has shocked the international community by running over a five-year-old boy and then reversing back over him again to make sure that the boy died to avoid paying hospital bills for the child.
Netflix has suffered a 36 percent plunge to its stock market price Tuesday. The drop comes after the company announced the exodus of 800,000 customers in the third quarter.
U.S. researchers have claimed that drinking one can of carbonated drink a day is linked to aggressive behavior by teenagers.
A high school in Florida has organized a cross-dressing event for its students, outraging parents and students alike.
The father of murdered Meredith Kercher has said he will never accept a penny from Amanda Knox, who was sensationally acquitted last month.
Harold Camping’s predicted rapture for Oct. 21, 2011 has once again failed to materialize, and since Friday’s failure the Family Radio founder has become the butt of many online jokes.
Ex-Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s body remains on a blood-stained mattress in a disused commercial freezer in Misrata, Libya, as the country’s officials continue to discuss the circumstances surrounding how he was killed, and how to dispose of the body.
Three witnesses have come forward claiming to have seen a man carrying a naked baby on the night that baby Lisa Irwin went missing from her crib at her parent’s home in Kansas City, Missouri.
An investigation into the death of Libyan tyrant Muammar Gaddafi has been called for by the U.N. human rights office today.
Harold Camping's incorrect predictions about when rapture would occur became an embarrassment for Christians in May when a highly publicized prediction invited widespread mockery from non-believers, and other fringe believers.
Even though the iPhone 4S has only just been released Friday, news has already emerged stating that Apple is already well developed in its plans for the iPhone 5. Sources are saying that it is the iPhone 5, not the iPhone 4S, that co-founder and former-CEO Steve Jobs worked on and made his final contribution towards before his death last week.
The U.S. Congress is planning new legislation that aims to replace the one dollar bill with a one dollar coins.
A Colombian soccer player has been detained in Saudi Arabia for allegedly walking through a shopping mall in a sleeveless top that revealed a tattoo of Jesus, according to reports.