Jeane Tomas scraped all her money together to build a house where she could raise her son. She'd been renting in the favela, or shanty town, of Vila Harmonia and wanted to put down roots in the community
Ousted Ukrainian president surfaces for the first time since going on the run five days ago, as armed pro-Russian separatists take over a parliament building in the Crimea Ukraine's deposed president,
Beijing is ready to block recommendations from a United Nations warning Kim Jong-un on his regime's human rights abuses China rejected what it said was "unreasonable criticism" of Beijing in a new U.N.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said the government crossed the line between protecting its citizens and being honest with the recently revealed National Security Agency surveillance. “I think that the
A Pew Research Center report looks at the challenges of aging in 21 countries. Americans are less worried than people in other countries about the challenges posed by an increasingly aging population,
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You've heard the rant. Now, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has offered insight into his much-discussed postgame interview with Fox Sports' Erin Andrews, in which he excoriated San Francisco