Freddie Gray, of Baltimore, died seven days after he was severely injured while in police custody following his arrest for an unknown reason.
Check out the best photos from the 2015 ACM Awards red carpet and show.
A new video allegedly showing the mass execution and beheading of Ethiopian Christians in Libya has been released by the Islamic State.
One Direction Louis Tomlinson’s mother Johannah “Jay” and her fiancee have been attacked by newspaper The Mirror. Louis is outraged and reacts on Twitter.
Rafael Caro Quintero, a Mexican drug kingpin that helped establish one of the country’s biggest drug cartels, was freed from prison on Friday after the court ruled that he has been improperly tried.
One Direction’s song “Just Can’t Let Her Go” has leaked online. Yet another leak for the band. Check out the lyrics and video here.
The 18-wheeler that was hit is one of many that Katy Perry commissioned to promote her upcoming album, “Prism,” painted gold and adorned in album release copy.
Bill Henningsgaard, a former Microsoft executive, was killed along with his son and two others on Friday when the plane he was flying crashed into two Connecticut houses.
See if your favorite game made it onto our Top 10 Best Android Games of August 2013.
Former Utah college basketball coach Christopher Craig, a self-proclaimed “Islamist jihadist,” was arrested after making threats against Catholic churches.
Brandon Vandenburg and three other Vanderbilt University football players have been charged with aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery in a dorm room.
Are you looking for new apps to download for your Android device? Here’s a list of our favorite Android apps of August 2013.
Female Korean Comedian Lee Choon Hong was sent to Jikdong Youth Coal Mine labor camp for making an offensive joke that the government didn’t find too funny.
Here are 10 photos of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and its aftermath, August 9, 1945. Today marks the 68th anniversary of the historic event.
President Barack Obama addressed the media today announcing an effort to “increase transparency and restore public trust,” which has been on a recent decline.
Usher is speaking on the stand in Atlanta.