May 4 is globally recognised as Star Wars day as a result of a pun between the popular phrase "May the force be with you" and May the fourth.
French start-up lets people hire out their cars in much the same way Airbnb runs a market for houses.
The Golden State is awash with GOP candidates hoping to bag a trove of prized primary delegates.
New measures "constitute a legal wall to asylum just as despicable as a razor-wire fence”, says Human Rights Watch.
Prosecutions will be pursued after the unlawful-killing verdict at the inquest of 96 Liverpool fans.
How closely the Republican frontrunner’s first big foreign policy speech stands up to detailed scrutiny is already the subject of fierce debate.
On April 28 in Washington DC a landmark event will be hosted to highlight links between reproductive health services and women’s economic well-being.
Battle lines appear drawn for general election as Republican frontrunner says Democrat has nothing going for her except ‘the woman’s card’.
The Purple Rain superstar was found unresponsive yesterday in the elevator of a US studio complex.
President of the Nigerian Senate Bukola Saraki is accused of failing to declare property and operating foreign accounts in breach of the Constitution.
Staple of Australian takeaway shops overshadowed by the kebab no more.
The beleagured Workers’ Party believes people will tire quickly of the opposition leaders.
And they get prosthetic pinkies to replace the tips of the digits they were forced to cut off.
Receptionist Letitia Diergaardt has been outed as a millionaire with links to oil barons and shady arms dealers.
Response in Rome is mixed as locals see other problems go unaddressed.
An illegal vegetarian restaurant in Paris is cooking up a storm using food past its sell-by date.
Abolitionist Harriet Tubman is set to replace former president and slave-owner Andrew Jackson as the face of the $20 bill.
The respective front-runners scored vital victories and will go into future state battles with much confidence.
Government concedes after lower house overwhelmingly backs move to remove Rousseff, who now faces vote in senate.