And Gen. James Cartwright gets a pardon.
Leslie Stein hates dancing and techno music so she went and took MDMA at a rave in the mountains in this funny and fun eight-page comic about her real life adventures.
One program documents the national division, another examines the delicate transfer of power.
The question on every single Nina Dobrev fan’s mind is whether or not she’s returning for the series finale of “The Vampire Diaries” on March 10. Well, sadly, she’s never going to tell you, you’re just going to have to watch and see. During...Show More Summary
Martin Sheen narrates a docuseries aiming to prove O.J. Simpson's innocence.
Prosecutors said Shangbo Xiangshengjie admitted that she used a cellphone charging cord and a religious sash to kill the baby.
Trump's pick for education secretary will testify in front of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions on Tuesday at 5PM EST.
A week before Christmas, I, along with other dedicated volunteers from ADFA (A Demand For Action) NGO, a group of which I am a founder, went to Lebanon again to help our sister organization, Syriac League, with its Christmas events.Show More Summary
Authorities announced last month they have launched a criminal investigation based on new information in the case of Denise Beaudin
Donald Trump is having a tough time securing performers for his inauguration. Earlier this week, the Bruce Springsteen cover band slated to play an inauguration gala nixed its plans; before that, Broadway singer Jennifer Holliday withdrew...Show More Summary
If it wasn’t already clear that everything we see Instagram is a lie, then let fitness blogger Sara Puhto remind you. The Finnish Instagrammer with over 65,000 followers posted a photo last week that proves those chiseled, model bodies you see on your feed aren’t always real. Show More Summary
"I'll believe it when I see it"
Turkey’s state-run news agency says the gunman who carried out the attack on the Istanbul nightclub was wanted in his home country of Uzbekistan for membership in a “terror organization"
Kyle Pope, the editor in chief and publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review penned an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump on behalf of the U.S. Press Corps setting some clear ground rules moving forward. “In these final days before your inauguration, we thought it might be helpful...
TRENTON — President-elect Donald Trump said during a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal that Gov. Chris Christie may end up working in his administration after all. “At some point, we’re going to do something with Chris,” Trump said in a report the newspaper...
A curved line marked the planet’s surface for four days ©Planet-C Sideways smile A temperature map of Venus reveals a curved region, shaped like a sideways smile, at a hotter temperature than its surroundings. If you’ve been complaining about windy weather this winter, don’t even...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The gunman who opened fire on Fort Lauderdale airport travelers, leaving a trail of questions about his motive for killing five people and injuring six others, told FBI agents after the violent rampage that he had been under “government mind control” and...
CNN's Jake Tapper reacted to President Obama's commutation of Chelsea Manning's sentence by pointing out how the White House has felt about Manning, WikiLeaks, and leakers in general in the past eight years.
Selena Gomez made her first appearance at the 2016 American Music Awards since taking a break from her music career and being in the spotlight. The singer shocked viewers when she showed up to accept her award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist. Show More Summary
Last year, Oxfam said the world's richest 62 people had as much money as the poorest 3.6 billion. Turns out those numbers were wrong: The richest nine people had as much wealth as half the planet.