We started talking internally about the possibility of shooting a scene with the President of the United States a long way out -- nearly a year before it actually happened.
Energy efficiency ratings on televisions are flawed and likely to mislead consumers, a US environment advocacy group has claimed.
Plans to install wi-fi along Havana's iconic Malecon seafront are announced by the Cuban government, making it the largest hotspot on the island.
Bengals RBs have third-worst yards before contact average
Proposals to introduce new legislation which would pardon gay men convicted under historical gross indecency laws will be brought forward "in due course", the government says.
Rivera: Home game will be good for Charlotte
How teams with first-year starters are simplifying offense
Disney has halted sales of a costume inspired by its upcoming "Moana" movie after being accused of racism.
Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls 'trying to do too much'
The War on Drugs is arguably one of the most expensive and longest running policy initiatives ever pursued by the American government. And this year, as it marks its 45th anniversary, it's clear that it's also one of the most successful.
Mr. Touchdown: Mike Wallace has all of the Ravens' TDs this season
Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota compare notes on taking notes
For Aaron Rodgers and Packers offense, 'timing' is everything
Should Derek Carr be taking deeper shots for the Raiders?
Website looks to users to report inappropriate content, but many people are critical of the new system.
One of the biggest web attacks ever seen has been aimed at a security blogger after he exposed hackers who carry out such attacks for cash.
Hours on end confined to two feet square, teetering atop a box amid screams, shouts and sometimes violence. And you might not even walk away with anything usable. It's no life, working in the photographer's pit.
A new genomic study has revealed that Aboriginal Australians are the oldest known civilization on Earth, with ancestries stretching back roughly 75,000 years.
North Korea's nuclear ambitions are one of the biggest threats to international peace and security, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned Wednesday.
Images and sounds of another American city engulfed by unrest in response to a police killing.