He fled his home during the Chinese occupation of Tibet and soon set up a government in exile in India. The monk has been the spiritual leader of his people and his religion since he was 15 years old.
A 5-year-old girl was killed by a jumping sturgeon on the Suwanee River in Florida on Thursday, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Jayln Rippy was killed by a leaping while
Atlanta, Ga. (WXIA) -- Two girls jumped to safety from a fire in an apartment north of Atlanta on Tuesday. At the scene, one of the girls in a third-floor window called for help after breaking the glass.
A French woman accused of suffocating eight of her newborn babies told investigators she feared they were the children of an incestuous relationship with her father. Dominique Cottrez is on trial charged
On Wednesday, police issued a felony arrest warrant, accusing him of property crimes that could land him a penalty of five years in jail and $10,000 fine. "When he returns to the area, he will be arrested
A 56-year-old homeless man who went viral in a video showing him giving away food has died in a Los Angeles alley of chronic alcoholism, with questions still circling over the authenticity of the YouTube
In 2015, I don't feel okay about holding my boyfriend's hand. When I was a kid, Queer as Folk was on TV. As a teen I binged on Will and Grace. Gay characters were all over soaps, queer celebrities graced
Short on time? Don't worry. Tuesday you'll get an extra second. A "leap second" will be added on June 30 at midnight Coordinated Universal Time (or 8 p.m. EDT). Leap seconds are added occasionally to keep
Read on HuffPost Deutschland The neighborhood of Exarcheia is different. That’s what several people told me when I first arrived in Athens. I knew that this neighborhood is Greece’s anarchist stronghold,
As a young U.S. Army soldier during World War II, Rollins Edwards knew better than to refuse an assignment. When officers led him and a dozen others into a wooden gas chamber and locked the door, he didn't
ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Toy bugs, an eighth grade Minnesota boy, and a school science project. Put the three together and you get a combination that's already being used to save hearing aid wearers big bucks.
They might cringe at you now, but they'll grow up to appreciate your faux pas. Not many teenagers on the planet think their parents are cool. In fact, most probably think dear old Dad is clueless on a