Chris Hughes, the Facebook co-founder who bought "The New Republic" in 2012 and precipitated the greatest staff exodus in the magazine's history, announced Monday that he would be selling the company.
Regardless of whether North Korea really tested a hydrogen bomb, there are still serious long-term implications to what took place this week.
The ICRC's Dominik Stillhart suggests five New Year's resolutions that those fighting wars could commit to that would truly make a difference in the year ahead.
In the early 1980s until the mid- to late 1990s, HIV/AIDS was a death sentence. That is no longer the case, but laws and public attitudes have failed to keep up.
Without her help, Sean Penn says he never could have arranged a secret meeting with cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
Donald Trump intensified his criticism of Ted Cruz at two Iowa campaign rallies on Saturday, urging voters to reject the Texas senator by saying his Canadian birth raises serious questions about his eligibility to become president.
A court has ordered Tonya Couch, the mother of "affluenza teen" Ethan Couch, to undergo a mental exam.
In his latest controversial effort to dismiss media criticism, Donald Trump has labeled talk-show host and political pundit Tavis Smiley a "racist."
The telecast of Super Bowl I, a broadcasting artifact, will be unveiled for the first time since its original airing thanks to the NFL Network.