The North Korean cheerleaders at the Winter Olympics, nicknamed the "Army of Beauties," are heavily vetted and guarded to discourage defection.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told lawmakers Tuesday that the growing national debt is the biggest internal threat to US national security.
Special Prosecutor nominee Martin Amidu has asked for public support in combating corruption if approved by Parliament.
The most productive way to argue, according to psychologists who study relationships.
After years of lawsuits, unpaid bills, dwindling cash reserves, and stalled plans, the company is holding a supplier summit to showcase its vision once again.
Figure skaters often face pressure from all directions to be thinner, leading to unhealthy and sometimes harmful diets.
The Textile, Garment and Leather Employees Union (TEGLU) is demanding a 50% reduction in prices of utilities to save the sector from total collapse.
Tottenham produced a brilliant comeback to draw at Juventus after a disastrous start to their Champions League last-16 first leg in Turin.
Labour says it backs government’s position for a downward review of utility tariffs, proposing that the cost of electricity and water should be slashed by at least 20%.
Jamie Smith, CEO of the Global Blockchain Business Council, talks about blockchain's development, potential applications, and biggest challenges.
A New York Times writer and her partner sign a contract every year. Experts say the approach could work for some couples but spell disaster for others.
Real parents dish on the most surprising parts of having kids — that no one wants to talk about.
Fans celebrate in Kisumu, the hometown of star Lupita Nyong'o.
43-year-old Brian Niccol will take over as Chipotle's CEO on March 5.
The 30,000-pound GBU-57 is the largest nonnuclear weapon in the US arsenal.
CEO of Smart Valor Olga Feldmeier talks about the tokenization of everything and the future of bitcoin.
Lawmakers repeatedly attempted to urge caution on the use of tariffs, while Trump complained about unfair trade praticies by foreign countries.
The Special Prosecutor nominee has said he turned down an invitation to become a justice of the Supreme Court in 1999 stressing taking up the appointment is not about status.