Lisbeth Salander, the tough protagonist of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and its sequels, will return in a fourth book in August, "That Which Does Not Kill."
The Arizona Diamondbacks have a new look entering 2015, beginning with new manager Chip Hale and general manager Dave Stewart. They will look to fix the problems that plagued Arizona throughout 2014 en route to an MLB-worst record 64-98. There...Show More Summary
The Seattle Seahawks held opponents to the fewest average yards per game in the NFL during the regular season, but that doesn't seem to bother New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount.
Loosen your belt and find a comfy pair of stretchy pants.
Times' MMA ranking for January.
Karl Lagerfeld set his Chanel couture show in Paris in a garden full of mechanical flowers on Tuesday. [WWD]
Police are investigating a mysterious shooting at a Pasadena park Tuesday night. One man was found dead at the park, and a second man, with a gunshot wound, checked himself into a hospital hours later.
After three years in power, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looks set to make his first trip abroad in May.
The convictions of nine South Carolina black men who sat at a whites-only lunch counter to challenge Southern Jim Crow rules, then chose to serve a month on a chain gang rather than post bail, were thrown out on Wednesday, formally ending one of the key episodes of the civil rights era.
The Washington Nationals were already stacked with big-time pitching talent prior to Wednesday, but the rich just got richer. According to Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com, the Nats inked reliever Casey Janssen to a one-year deal: In addition...Show More Summary
If you're lucky enough to be traveling in Hawaii right now, you've likely seen humpback whales breaching and slapping the water. At this time of year, they're pretty hard to miss.
It appears at least a couple of NBA Development League players need to work on camaraderie just as much as their basketball skills.
In just an average week, Americans safely make more than 1 million trips abroad. But over the course of a year, hundreds of U.S. citizens do die abroad -- and traffic is the leading killer.
The Internet practically imploded when Steely Dan, a less-than-obvious-choice, was announced as part of the lineup for Coachella, the spring music festival in Indio, Calif.
Afghan lawmakers approved only nine of President Ashraf Ghani's Cabinet nominations in secret balloting Wednesday before going on a six-week recess.
Books may be dead, but the art book lives on.
The manufacturer of the drone that crashed on the White House grounds earlier this week plans to install software in its devices that would prevent them from flying in Washington.
Once spring training is all said and done, the Oakland A's will roll out a 25-man roster nearly 40 percent different than the 2014 version. Of course, it's hard to know exactly how an Opening Day roster in April will look two full months ahead. Show More Summary
Talk about a rock star! The luxury Seven Seas Explorer won't sail until next year, but the cruise ship already is breaking sales records for Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
White Castle mania has hit the strip. The Ohio-based fast food chain, known for its 2-inch by 2-inch steam-grilled burgers, opened its westernmost outpost Tuesday at the Best Western Plus Casino Royale.