Gina E. Ryder
Libya’s dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been killed and captured by the Misrata Military Council. The news has exploded on Twitter with users expressing their emotions towards the main image of the fallen bloodied dictator and the news itself.
Dozens of wild animals were hunted down and killed after their owner released them from their cages on a private Ohio preserve farm.
The deaths of 25 people across the country due to listeria-infected cantaloupes can be blamed on filthy conditions unearthed through an investigation at Jensen Farms in Colorado, the root of the contamination.
Casey Anthony is getting the silver screen treatment with her own E! True Hollywood Story.
Financial rewards are rolling in for the brave woman who rescued a bleeding two-year-old little girl who was run over twice on a street in China and was exposed to the world through a viral video that revealed dozens of passers-by who ignored the toddler’s plight.
Samsung and Google unveiled the Galaxy Nexus Smartphone and offered a sneak peak of the Android 4.0 operating system, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich on Tuesday night in Hong Kong.
Mobile security company Lookout has released Lookout Mobile Security for the iPhone, a dedicated safety protection application for iPhones and iPads via a new, free iOS app launching Tuesday.
New data reveals that churches have the financial power to end child deaths. But because of sinking tithing income, 10 nations across the globe are making zero progress in reducing the painstakingly high child mortality rate.
The Marine Corps ended its controversial ban on bracelets honoring U.S. troops killed in combat. Commandant Gen. Jim Amos announced a lift on the ban Tuesday allowing marines in uniform to wear the Killed in Action (KIA) bracelets that bear the names of the fallen in Afghanistan, Iraq or other combat zones.
An extraordinary cyclops shark has been confirmed in Mexico with one working eye right in the center of its face. Found earlier this summer, the under-the sea miracle was discovered by a fisherman in the Gulf of California.