US swimmers were detained at the Rio airport for more questioning about an alleged robbery, a car bomb kills three police officers in Turkey, Kanye West announces Life of Pablo pop-up stores, and more.
The State Department announced it will release all of Clinton's emails, Australia will close its offshore Manus Island detention center, Lady Gaga will star in Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born remake, and more.
This morning, US Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel made history in Rio, the Trump campaign will meet with the RNC to try and plot a turnaround, Russia launches war games in the Black Sea, and more.
It's allegedly been used as a chemical weapon and is an elephant tranquilizer—now, it's being spiked into heroin.
Michael Phelps wins his 21st gold medal in Rio, newly released emails revive questions about the Clinton Foundation's relationship to the State Department, Trump denies his gun rights remark was a veiled threat, and more.
More Republicans condemn Trump, the Department of Justice wants police to count arrest-related deaths, US swimmer Lilly King beats her Russian rival for gold, and more.
Thanks to the one-child policy men greatly outnumber women in China, giving them all the cards in dating and relationships.
Trump claims the presidential election will be "rigged," new Zika cases in Miami prompt a travel warning, Warren Buffett challenges Trump to a tax duel, and more.
The trailer for The Great Wall, starring Matt Damon, set off a firestorm of criticism about Hollywood's whitewashing problem. We spoke to writer J. Y. Yang, who's writing a novel inspired by the backlash.
Mike Pence defends Trump over Khan family comments, Tokyo elects its first female governor, Jon Stewart to return with an animated series, and more.
Michael K. Williams visits the Atlanta rapper on an all new episode of Black Market.
Our graffiti columnist linked up with XEME and YUMOH, who, by all accounts, are considered the most active and well-connected writers in the city.
Sony is trying to rename the movie Super Power Dare-to-Die Team in China to downplay the paranormal stuff.
This morning, members of the New Black Panther Party will bring arms to the Black Unity rally in Cleveland, President Obama is hosting a meeting today with civil rights activists and police, and more.
A muslim doctor was shot outside a Texas mosque, the death toll in the Baghdad bombing has risen to at least 200, China has plans for military drills in the South China Sea, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
Shady internet loan sharks are demanding nude photos, which they threaten to publish online if repayments are late.
We spoke to director Nanfu Wang about her harrowing documentary Hooligan Sparrow about the Chinese government's relentless pursuit of activist Ye Haiyan.
The gaokao, which means "big test" in Mandarin, is so stressful that China's education bureau has implemented a ban on students tearing up textbooks between exams.
There's a functional pen inside, but on the other end (where the actual tip of the pen should be), there's a sharp point, almost unnoticeable, that can be used to stab an attacker.
Thousands of Chinese entrepreneurs poured into Uganda following a trail of billions of dollars in state-led investment. Mukwano Mall is their self-sustaining universe.
On the season finale of STATES OF UNDRESS, we visit the manufacturing capital of the world to find out how China is transitioning from making goods to designing them.
We explore China's government-run fashion week, and witness a marching band rivalry in Louisiana tonight on VICELAND.
China's Ministry of Culture has put a ban on eating bananas on camera erotically, because apparently this is a thing.
Doctors at private clinics are destroying men's penises, tricking women into aborting healthy fetuses, and killing patients through negligence—so why are American companies investing millions?