A 5-year-old girl's rape in Ghansaur town in the Seoni District of Madhya Pradesh has sparked fresh outrage among women's advocates throughout India and abroad. The young girl is in a critical condition and not doing well, according to reports, although her attacker, Firoz Khan, was arrested and charged.
A bat for Boston victims of the terrorist bombing spread quickly on the internet, with many approving of Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes' tribute. The Boston baseball player had the name of the three victims that died from the blast and the slain MIT officer engraved on his bat for Sunday's game.
Box office results showed that "Oblivion," the post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller starring Tom Cruise, brought in an outstanding $38.2 million this past weekend, wresting the no. 1 spot from Jackie Robinson film "42." Despite the successful weekend though, critics are not as impressed with the film, claiming they were underwhelmed by the slow-moving plot.
Kim Kardashian's divorce became finalized Friday, according to reports. A judge granted the couple, who was married for only 72 days in 2011, a divorce today after Kris Humphries' initial request for an annulment was dropped. Although there was an initial battle between the ex-couple as to the way the marriage would end, Kardashian may have the NBA playoffs to thank for the divorce she wanted.
The Superman "Man of Steel" trailer was released online Tuesday, and the third clip previewing the highly-anticipated film has fans chomping at the bit. Much more of the film's direction and characters were revealed in the 3-minute trailer, including the antagonist, Superman's family, and Lois Lane.
A Galliano dress caused uproar when Israel's broadcasting authority banned the designer assisting a contestant for the Eurovision song competition. Although John Galliano was banned on the basis of a drunken anti-Semitic rant two years ago, the celebrity designer also said that he never offered to make any dress.
A helicopter crashed in Korea during an annual joint military drill between United States Forces Korea and the South Korean army Tuesday. The chopper, a CH-53E Super Stallion, made a "hard landing" near the North Korean border, but fortunately, none of the 21 service members aboard were killed.
Cruise tourists were robbed while aboard a bus on St. Lucia, the Caribbean island's officials said. The 50 cruise ship passengers had stopped for a while on the tropical island Friday when gunmen forced them to hand over their valuables.
Patton Oswalt's tweet and Facebook posts raging against the Boston marathon bombers has gone viral, with many echoing the frustration of the tragic moment. The Boston marathon bombing killed 3 people, including 8-year-old Martin Richard, and injured at least 170 more.
The Boston Marathon cowboy, whose real name is Carlos Arredando, was one of the first available and willing to help during Monday's explosions, which left three dead and over 170 injured. He was with his wife, Melida, in the VIP section of the marathon seats when the first bomb exploded, and immediately sprang into action to help.
Mark Wahlberg's "Pain & Gain" role required the actor to go through a transformation, gaining pounds of muscle to play the bodybuilding part. In the film, some bodybuilders kidnap one of their clients to get a quick payday, which required Wahlberg as an actor to rely heavily on his criminal past.
Starbucks is cutting the prices of their ground coffee beans sold in grocery stores worldwide. The move will most likely cut into the massive coffee business' profits, but some analysts are betting that the low cost of coffee right now could hurt Starbucks' competitors even more.
Lebron and a fan kissed after the Miami Heat's win over the Boston Celtics Friday, and many found the basketball player's love for the little girl adorable. Lebron James had just finished an interview when he spotted the young fan on the sideline waiting to meet him.
A Joe Arpaio bomb plot could have caused the self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff in America" serious harm, injuring or even killing him had it not been intercepted. The package was supposed to make it onto the Phoenix, Ariz. lawman's desk Thursday, but officials found something particularly "suspicious" about the parcel.
A hermit was arrested last week after 27 years spent stealing expensive items from Maine residents while living in the woods alone. Christopher Knight, 47, was dubbed the North Pond Hermit after stealing over 1,000 items to help maintain his solitary lifestyle.