Madonna Is Billboard's 2016 'Woman of the Year'
Madonna has earned another honor -- the singer has been named Billboard's 2016 "Woman of the Year." The magazine announced today that the seven-time Grammy Award winner will be honored at the 11th annual Women in Music event, to be held in New York City on Dec. 9. The awards ceremony will air on
AP Explains: Why African States Have Started Leaving the ICC
AP Explains: Why African states have started leaving the International Criminal Court
After a Month Away, Malawi Leader Home Amid Health Concerns
After a month away, Malawi's president returns home amid health concerns; a one-handed wave
Malawi Asks Where President Has Gone; Nearly a Month Away
Malawi asks where its president has gone; Mutharika takes nearly a month away
Today in History
Today in History Today is Wednesday, Oct. 12, the 286th day of 2016. There are 80 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 12, 1492 (according to the Old Style calendar), Christopher Columbus arrived with his expedition in the present-day Bahamas. On this date: In 1810, the
Prince Harry Turns 32: A Look Back at His Big Year
Prince Harry celebrates his 32nd birthday today. As he turns 32, Prince Harry has matured into a man devoting his life to the military and veterans, raising awareness on mental health and AIDS issues, and using his voice for the voiceless. 'People's Prince' His ability to connect with vulnerable
Book Excerpt: 'The ISIS Hostage: One Man’s True Story of 13 Months in Captivity'
A new book published this month is a dramatic account of the kidnapping and torture of Danish freelance photographer, Daniel Rye Ottosen, held hostage by ISIS in a Syrian oil refinery-turned-prison in one small room with Americans James Foley , Steven Sotloff and Petter Kassig and next to American
Bill Clinton Outlines Detailed Changes to Foundation if Hillary Clinton is Elected President
Not long after Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump released a statement calling the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation “the most corrupt enterprise in political history” and demanding it be shut down, former President Clinton said he will step down from the board should his wife
Christie Says the 'Magic and Mystery' of Politics is the Uncertainty
After the New Hampshire Republican Primary, the candidate is heading back to New Jersey.