Arivaca, AZ, about 10 miles from the Mexican border, is a magnet for colorful characters—including armed anti-immigration extremists. They call themselves militias, but others call them vigilantes, or even murderers. Now, the community is taking a stand against them.
GORI, GEORGIA—The specter of Joseph Stalin haunts every inch of the room. Sculptures, portraits, and framed newspaper clippings of the moustached dictator populate the hallways. Stalin’s wood tobacco pipes, army caps, and military tunics collect dust under display cases.
This drag queen is not letting conservative protesters stop her from spreading a message of love and acceptance to Philadelphia children.
In 2014, a 22-year-old virgin from Santa Barbara, California made a series of disturbing YouTube videos. He filmed sunsets and walks in the park while he chatted about his inability to make friends and speak to girls. He told the camera he was “rotting in loneliness” and referred to his virginity as an “injustice.” His last video took a sinister turn.
YEREVAN, ARMENIA—Vahe Hovhannesian, a 31-year-old jeweller and Syrian refugee, sits by his work table in a studio in Yerevan. An empty coffee cup, full ashtray, pliers, monocular glass loupe and weighing scale are scattered in front of him, along with a small pile of gold chains. His fingertips are stained black and he is sizing an engagement ring. In the corner of his cramped studio, a small portrait of Jesus hangs on the wall.
A glance at Paulette Jordan’s career might tip you to the fact she’s a bit of an anomaly. Yes, she’s a gunslinging, horse-riding single mother. But the 38-year-old Idahoan is also running to become America’s first Native American governor, ever.
Suicide Or Murder? Philadelphia Teacher’s Baffling Death Still Leaves Her Family Searching For Answers
For eight years, Joshua and Sandee Greenberg have tirelessly investigated the death of their 27-year-old daughter, Ellen, who was found stabbed to death in her apartment. Philadelphia authorities say she killed herself but they refuse to believe that.
A U.K. father has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for orchestrating a plot to douse his 3-year-old son in sulphuric acid.
Kyle Larsen, 32, was charged on Wednesday and faces 18 counts, including theft, distributing controlled substances and practicing medicine without a license.
“Love is rich with both honey and venom,” goes the Latin proverb. For the various comedians we spoke to this Valentine’s Day about the romantic failures they won’t forget, this was often the case. These are some of the most entertaining, poignant, endearing and awkward stories of failed love from America’s funniest people, which goes to show: happily never after isn’t always a bad thing.
The Bangladeshi government, UN agencies, and a number of NGOs have launched a massive vaccination campaign in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar to save hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees from the spread of a potential cholera outbreak.