Groups of monks have overtaken the world’s tourist hotspots. However, these monks are nothing more than panhandlers. They may look like monks, right down to their shaved head and orange robes, but it is all a ruse to con people out…
A Chinese host famous for giving money to improvised villagers on a popular live-streaming website has been caught staging his acts of charity.
Sixteen years ago, Zhang Liwei and his associates killed three people in a nightclub in Daqing City, Heilongjiang Province. Somehow, he evaded police capture and escaped to Anhui Province.
There have been nearly 2,000 drug-related killings since Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte took office on June 30. Not that anyone in the Philippines is surprised.
It took some slashing attacks on New York City’s subways earlier this year to get the crime fighting Guardian Angels back conducting citizen safety patrols for the system’s commuters.
Nowadays in China, some people will go to any lengths to make big money; recently one of the most popular ways is convincing people over-the-phone that they have an unpaid debt.
A 21-year-old college student from China has died after receiving ineffective treatments that he found online using China’s largest search engine, Baidu. China’s state run media is accusing the Internet giant of putting profits first.
In China, an apparent assault on a woman in a Beijing hotel is driving an online conversation about gender-based violence in the country, and — much to the suspicion of many netizens — taking the air out of the debate surrounding the Panama Papers…
One in every four women in the United States is a victim of sexual harassment or assault. So how can a female protect herself when danger occurs and there is nobody around to help?
Last year we did a story on Clay Higgins, an old-school police officer from St. Landry Parish in Louisiana. He’s a real life version of John Wayne who names and shames felons on TV with lines like they were written…