Heads up Ed Sheeran fans, he needs your healing energy.
NBC sportscaster Al Michaels apologized for making a joke about Harvey Weinstein during "Sunday Night Football."
"Happy Death Day" topped the charts, but Jackie Chan was this weekend's real winner with "The Foreigner" breaking $100M worldwide.
Drones bearing piping hot burritos are about to start swooping down on the Australian countryside.
A flier posted all over the main classroom building at Cleveland State University targets the LGBTQ community.
A Florida deputy has been fired after an investigation revealed inappropriate off-duty conduct.
A Facebook fugitive who once taunted police surrendered Monday night and even followed through on a promise to deliver a dozen donuts.
Nothing ruins lunchtime conversations more than a smartphone, and McDonald's thinks it has a way to combat our modern addiction.
In a lofty and at moments pointed speech, Sen. John McCain on Monday cautioned against the US turning toward "half-baked, spurious…
The search for a man missing after an oil platform on Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, exploded Sunday night has been suspended, according to…
Some who had power restored have since lost electricity in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
This comes in the case of Summer Zervos, a former contestant on "The Apprentice" who accused Trump of sexually assaulting her in 2007.
The country's faced U.N. sanctions since 2006, and it's unclear if the latest measures will slow down its nuclear program.
More than 20 states have advanced bills similar to the one Brown vetoed, but none of those bills has become law.
Another intraparty fight is slowing down the tax reform bill.