Full Moon's effects on human behavior have been an object of myths and scientific research for centuries.This year's Worm Moon will light up the skies on Sunday, March 12.
In 2017, voters in South Korea will cast ballots in one of the nation's most important national election contests since the establishment of the Republic of Korea in 1948.
Republic of Korea is in a political turmoil after the Constitutional Court upheld the impeachment of President Park and removed her from office.
De Sousa thanked Trump’s administration for receiving more hope and support in “six short weeks” than in the past eight years from the Obama administration.
While hunting Trump’s connection with Putin, the U.S. Intelligence Agency accused a top Russian diplomat for being a creator of a spy net in America.
The Mid-America Trucking Show, which hosts the entire trucking industry under one roof, takes place at Louiville's Kentucky Expo Center, March 23-25.
When a preschool teacher in Wisconsin realized that one of her students needs a new kidney, she did not hesitate, she decided to be her donor, and give her a future.
Despite a miraculous last season, Claudo Raineri was dismissed by Leicester City. Significant player unrest is assumed to be among the reasons for his departure.
Accounting firm and Oscar overseer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, takes the responsibility that led to the wrong film being announced as Best Picture winner.
Nearly 30 people were injured including children, when a pickup truck ploughed into a parade in New Orleans.
A highly-anticipated remake of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast has gathered world-renowned actors and musicians and is expected to hit $120 million at the US box office during its first weekend.
Managers of tourist organizations noticed the signs of financial damage caused by the new U.S. travel ban for passengers from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
A Southern California student has been suspended for the whole semester after he filmed his Latino teacher’s anti-Trump lecture.
Two people have died, as a powerful Pacific storm blew into Southern and Central California on Friday, bringing strong winds and torrential rain.
Arguing that Obama’s law “stigmatizes people with disabilities”, US Senators decided to lift the firearms ban to 75,000 with severe mental disorders.
The New York authorities have reported that one person died and two are seriously ill because they have been infected with a rare disease carried by rats.
One of the most iconic cases of missing children in the U.S. is finally brought to a close. Pedro Hernandez was found guilty of kidnapping and killing Etan Patz in 1979.
More than 188,000 people have been evacuated from several Northern California counties after damage to the emergency spillway at the Oroville Dam, the tallest water gate in the U.S.
The international airport in Hamburg was closed and terminals 1 and 2 were evacuated after toxin was released through the airport’s air conditioning system.
Retired governmental climatologist claims his agency manipulated global warming results to secure funds.