Toronto paramedic, Rahul Singh, made the TIME 100 list in 2010 for his work saving lives in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake. Now, his global team of first-responders treat thousands in Syria, the Philippines and other disaster zones.
The “Good Morning America” anchor was diagnosed with breast cancer after an on-air mammogram. Thursday, she appeared on “GMA” and updated her co-anchors on her struggle, and her new story in People Magazine.
We take a look at the top five thing Kanye West is amazing at … according to Kanye.
Ukraine’s government survived a no-confidence vote on Tuesday, earning only 186 votes of a required 226, after an unruly parliamentary session earlier in the day led to speculation that the measure could pass.
China launched a lunar probe into space on Monday.
Is John Kerry racking up more success already than Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State?
The next time Thanksgiving will overlap with Hanukkah will be 78,000 years from now. But if it wasn’t for one woman, you wouldn’t know about it.
Activist Ai-jen Poo was on the TIME 100 list in 2012 when her organization fought for the rights of nannies and house cleaners in California. Today they can claim victory in that state and they have their sites on the rest.
The image of Pope Francis kissing a disfigured man became a symbol of the Pope’s compassion for all people. For Vinicio Riva, it was a life-changing moment.
Justin Timberlake took the title for Favorite Pop/Rock Singer at the 2013 American Music Awards.