Wikipedia announces its most edited page of all time: 'George W. Bush'
Former US president George W. Bush may no longer be able to change the course of history — but that hasn't stopped others trying for him.
'Disney Laos' might be Asia's most brazen knockoff to date
'Yes, we're worried about lawsuits.'
The lowest oil prices since 2003, explained
US crude oil fell below $27 a barrel on Wednesday. Here's what that means and why it matters.
The state of US foreign policy
Here's what Obama had to say about the world during his speech last night.
Iran holds 10 US sailors in Gulf
Iranian forces seized 10 American troops on Tuesday after their patrol boats strayed into hostile Gulf waters, in a setback to thawing ties between the foes.
Why Indians are turning down Facebook's free internet
Free Basics by Facebook lets users access certain websites free of charge. But at what cost to net neutrality?
Ringling Brothers circus will retire all of its elephants to a Florida sanctuary in May 2016
The 145-year old "Greatest Show on Earth" had announced in March that it would phase out use of its emblematic elephants by 2018. It moved the retirement date forward on Monday.
A Muslim woman was kicked out of a Trump rally for standing up and being Muslim
And the crowd went wild.
China isn't the only threat facing the global economy in 2016
If another financial crisis were to erupt this year, China would be just one of the triggers.
8 things Obama’s gun safety actions will do
President Barack Obama, noting the more than 300,000 firearm-related US deaths over the past decade, announced executive orders Tuesday aimed at reducing gun violence.
Don't expect Obama's move on gun control to change the world
There are some things the US president's new executive action will do — and many things it won't.
Rejoice, science nerds: 4 new elements were just added to the periodic table!
Memorizing the periodic table just got a little harder.
Reports say Obama will use an executive order to expand background checks for gun sales
The changes, which could come as soon as next week, would include requiring more small-scale gun sellers to be licensed and to conduct a background check whenever selling a weapon.
Brussels has canceled New Year's Eve
The rest of the world is just putting it under really tight security.
US preparing new sanctions against Iran
The United States is preparing sanctions against firms and individuals in Iran, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates over alleged links to Iran's ballistic missile program.
UK says it 'may exclude' Trump after petition to ban him gets 565,000 signatures
Don't get your hopes up, but enjoy the drama while it lasts.
This year's El Niño is one of the worst on record, and that's bad for everyone
Floods in the Americas, fires in Asia and drought in Africa: Welcome to the season of extreme weather.
IS destroyed this ancient monument, so archaeologists are 3-D printing a new one
Full-size replicas of the 2,000-year-old arch of Palmyra will go on show in London and New York next year.
'Star Wars' crosses $1 billion globally at record pace
US-USA-BOXOFFICE:'Star Wars' crosses $1 billion globally at record pace
Why the SpaceX rocket landing is great for NASA
Commercial space technology isn't replacing NASA. It's liberating it.
US is one of just 8 countries where maternal death rates are getting worse (CHARTS)
The nation's maternal mortality ratio has more than doubled in the past 25 years.
The world unites around two things: Trump-bashing and Star Wars
The Dark Side is everywhere.
US Democrats hit Trump, clash over jihadist fight in debate
Hillary Clinton and other Democratic presidential hopefuls used Donald Trump as a political bogeyman Saturday to highlight their own calls to defeat jihadist extremists.
There is no bromance between Trump and Putin
Putin just knows when and how to butter up power-hungry Americans.
US and Cuba agree to resume commercial airline service
US airlines including American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue and United have all expressed interest.
Introducing Bei Bei, a 4-month-old panda making its world debut
A black-and-white fur ball known as Bei Bei the giant panda cub made its media debut Wednesday as the new star of Washington zoo.
No evidence California attackers were part of terrorist cell: FBI head
The FBI also said it's found evidence that the suspects were radicalized in private messages, but not in public social media posts, as some have reported.
Here are some of the weirdest things that happened in the US in 2015
This is surely not an exhaustive list.
K-pop band says LAX thought they were sex workers and sent them home
Members of the K-pop girl band 'Oh My Girl' were detained for 15 hours at the Los Angeles airport before being sent back to South Korea.
Donald Trump lashes back at 'dopey' Prince Alwaleed
A Twitter spat most telling.
Connecticut moves to ban gun sales to US terror suspects
'Like all Americans, I have been horrified by the recent terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and Paris,' Gov. Dan Malloy said, calling his executive order a 'common sense step.'