A Fox News 'expert' is the butt of all jokes for saying the city is a no-go zone for non-Muslims.
A surfing world champion's death has prompted drug-screening of professional surfers, in a move that could wipe out the sport's alternative image.
Hackers from Anonymous say they have "diverted" $500 000 to charity using credit card information of the customers of a US security firm.
Japan's humanitarian crisis has intensified, with relief workers being hampered by freezing temperatures and snowfalls.
Local drug police sabotage expensive scanning equipment and tip off smugglers to avoid detection.
WikiLeaks cables show US concern that cartels are trafficking in the region on a massive scale.
WikiLeaks hacker who yearned for attention is facing the wrath of the establishment.
Two passenger boats sailing to Gaza, as part of the aid flotilla attacked by Israel on Monday, broke down at the same time.
declared Bordeaux's new vintage the best in living memory. But how can they judge wines that won't be ready to drink for another few decades?
Simon Mann has vowed to testify against Sir Mark Thatcher, who he alleges was a co-conspirator in the Equatorial Guinea coup plot.
For five centuries Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper has stood majestically still on the walls of a Milanese friary's dining hall, the only disturbance the slow flaking of its priceless paint. Now British filmmaker Peter Greenaway has been granted permission to bring to life the hidden stories he sees in the wall painting.