Actor Vince Vaughn took the polar plunge Sunday, dunking into the icy cold waters of Lake Michigan to benefit the Special Olympics.
White Sox baseball icon Minnie Minoso has died, according to reports. Minoso was the first black player in the major leagues to play in Chicago.
A longtime Timberwolves fan known as “Jiggly Boy,” gave the audience a taste of his dance moves Friday night, in honor of Kevin Garnett’s return.
Seen for miles, a trash fire sparked alarm among the masses but turned out to be relatively innocuous.
Square Enix’s new game is a supernatural mystery thriller.
The former Redskins legend died in Southern California on Monday night, and already the WBC is swooping in like vultures.
Five students from the Community Christian Academy in Martin County Florida have been arrested on charges of selling stolen guns on school campus.
A 30-year-old American woman in India was gang-raped by three men early Tuesday morning after she accepted a ride from them when there were no taxis.
Something tells us this is going to be the funniest and most offensive game of 2013.
NJ Governor Chris Christie has decided to have a special election to replace Senator Lautenberg, who passed away yesterday.
Nassau County D.A. named well-known Hempstead attorney Brad Regenbogen as one of 104 men arrested for allegedly soliciting prostitution in “Flush the Johns.”
Mississippi’s Republican Governor Phil Bryant said today that the United State’s poor education stats are due to working parents, specifically mothers
Rayman Legends is landing on a multitude of consoles for this new outing.
A gas explosion at Nyack College, New York’s Christian College is being investigated by the FBI. The fire has left people injured and trapped at the seminary school.
The judge overseeing the James Holmes trial in the Colorado shooting tragedy has accepted his plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.
The Westboro Baptist Church has tweeted its intentions to picket the funeral of famed New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg, who died on Monday aged 89.
The damning footage emerges on the 15th anniversary of Jasper’s infamous racist murder.