For all the pampering and looking after they get from humanity, sometimes dogs just don't get treated properly, as seen as by this hilarious video.
Posted to Facebook by Gregory Brooks, the video features a nervous looking dog who, by the power of dubbing, appears to be panicking over the news from his owner about food.
What message about food could lead this adorable pooch to be so grief-stricken? Well how about his off-camera master telling him that all the meat from the fridge was eaten? more >>
The terrorist organization known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is recruiting children to fill the ranks of their armed forces.
In response to setbacks over the past couple months from US-led airstrikes, ISIS, also known as Daesh, IS or ISIL, has stepped up its usage of child soldiers, according to the Middle East media outlet ARA News.
Megachurch pastor and author Joel Osteen and his Lakewood Church congregation have denied endorsing Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
In a statement released to media, Lakewood Church denied that they had ever endorsed the controversial Republican frontrunner.
The chairman for Dr. Ben Carson's presidential campaign recently compared criticism of the former candidate's endorsement of Donald Trump to the cries to crucify Jesus.
General Bob Dees, former Carson campaign chairman and a retired major general, posted a statement on Facebook regarding Carson's controversial endorsement of Trump.
A political action committee supporting Sen. Marco Rubio's bid to become the Republican nominee for president will reportedly stop running TV ads after Tuesday.
CNN reported Monday that Conservative Solutions, a "super PAC" that has spent millions in support of Rubio's bid for president, will no longer run TV ads for the candidate following Mega Tuesday's primaries.
"[Conservative Solutions] has spent $9.7 million on Florida TV so far, more than double any other group. But it hasn't reserved air time after Tuesday, according to Kantar Media/CMAG, a media tracking firm," CNN reported. more >>
By now everyone in the Western hemisphere that has Internet access has heard Pharrell Williams' hit song and viral sensation "Happy." But you might not have heard it like this.
In a blind audition for the singing competition "The Voice," contestant Brian Nhira wowed the judges and the audience with his performance of the song.
He hits the notes perfectly and gets the cheers of the audience and the respect of the judges, one of whom was Williams himself. more >>