Imagine driving at speeds so fast that it feels like a 45 kilogram dumbbell is pressing against your head, and you're wearing so much heavy gear that you're quickly drenched in sweat.
An international aid agency has been shut down in Nigeria after army bosses accused it of "aiding and abetting" terrorists in the country's war-torn northeast region.
Jerry strengthened to a Category 2 hurricane Friday and was packing sustained winds of 105 mph in the Atlantic as it headed in the direction of the northern Leeward Islands, forecasters said.
How much is the world's most expensive horse worth? It's a question with no easy answer, but there are decades' worth of jaw-dropping sums involved.
We have all jerks in our lives, but some are grownup bullies who make our existence miserable. Here's your survival guide to the adult bullies in your life.
This weekend marks 25 years since "Friends" hit TV screens -- and Google is marking the occasion with a sparkling special feature.
Last weekend's drone attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities sent shockwaves through global energy markets and the price of crude spiking.
In person, she is tiny.
Hong Kong is headed into its sixteenth consecutive weekend of anti-government protests, as police warned the level of violence is escalating potentially beyond control, as the force faced renewed allegations of brutality.
A 14-year-old boy took a ship anchor to the head--and survived. Now, his friends call him 'Anchorman'
Caleb Bennett has always felt at home on boats. The 14-year-old from Manatee County, Florida, grew up on the water, taking fishing trips with his family.
Long before Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau got in trouble for wearing blackface, lots of politicians from all walks of life were caught in similar situations.
The 2,246 fetal remains found in the Illinois garage of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer this month are from abortions he performed between 2000 and 2002, when he operated clinics in Indiana, authorities said.
Colt, the manufacturer of the AR-15 rifle, has announced it's exiting the consumer rifle market as demand for high-powered, semi-automatic guns wanes.
The final whistle rings out around Ellis Park stadium in Johannesburg. It's June 9, 2018 and the South Africans have resurrected a lost cause against England, overturning a 24-3 deficit to secure a dramatic and try-laden 42-39 victory.
Political activist Gloria Steinem was in high school when the Korean War started. Now 85, she is urging politicians to bring it to an end.
India is slashing taxes on companies and manufacturers to try and revive its struggling economy.
From models on the runways to the influencers in the front rows, it's easy to assume that Milan's fashion scene is solely the domain of the young.