Israeli TV has gone to the dogs, literally! An Israeli cable TV company has set out to solve the problem of bored pooches by launching the first ever television channel in the country primarily aimed at dogs.
The most high-profile Canadian criminal case in years lands in a Montreal court today as a former porn actor appears to face charges of slaying and dismembering a Chinese student.
Stonehenge — the world’s most famous prehistoric monument — may have started as a giant burial ground for the stone age elite as early as around 3,000 BC, a new study has found.
Neuroscience is now part of everyday talk, but much of what passes as knowledge is inaccurate
Fiji's military leader vowed to stick by his men today, dismissing international concerns about an online video that appears to show two men being tortured by officials.
The UN Security Council on Thursday imposed new sanctions against North Korea amid escalating tensions as the North threatened a pre-emptive nuclear strike against the United States.
An appeal court on Thursday backed Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom's right to sue New Zealand's foreign intelligence agency for illegally spying on him as part of a US probe into alleged online piracy.
As the Chinese celebrate their New Year with month-long festivities, we take you on a journey to top Chinatowns across the world.
A Turkish news agency says police have detained 11 people suspected of al Qaeda links and seized 25 kilograms (55 pounds) of plastic explosives.
Russia said on day it had found horse meat in a shipment of sausages imported from Europe, its first known case of horse meat contamination.
Batman's sidekick, Robin the Boy Wonder, will die battling a brutal enemy in a comic to be published on Wednesday.
Nearly half of the men surveyed in the UK placed sports at the top of things that sets their heart racing while sex was ranked second, a study says.
Let us be perfectly honest, there was no way an avowed capitalist from America intent on making money and a Socialist French minister intent on protecting workers’ rights, were going to see eye to eye.
A number of things are wrong with Italy and need immediate fixing. We take a look at some of the things that need to be top priority for the next leader of the country.
Children who watch excessive amounts of television are more likely to have criminal convictions and show aggressive personality traits as adults, a New Zealand study has found.