Note to self, do not mess with Auburn softball star Haley Fagan’s family. She never forgets.
At Tuesday’s White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer told journalist April Ryan to “please stop shaking your head again.” Watch the video.
John B. McLemore (some misspell as Macklemore) is a key figure of S-Town. Learn about him, plus photos of his maze. This post has spoilers through Episode 3.
Maya, Peytie, Zachary and Samantha are the cast winners who’ve made it to the “Project Runway Junior” finale. Who won? Get the details on the winner here.
President Bill Clinton’s repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act was a talking point during Thursday’s debate.
BMX legend Dave Mirra is dead at 41, leaving behind his wife and two daughters.
A 100-foot-wide asteroid could come within 11,000 miles of Earth next month, and in 2017 the odds of its hitting us are better than of your winning Powerball.
Who did the judges pick tonight as the top 24 contestants and winners tonight on American Idol 2016? Get the cast spoilers live here.
Daquan Smith, a man suspected of posting a video to Facebook showing a pot of boiling water being dumped on a cat, was not the culprit, police say.
Police in North Carolina are investigating a Facebook video showing a man dumping a pot of boiling water on a cat, causing the wounded animal to cry out in pain.
The 1985 Chicago Bears, regarded as one of the best teams in NFL history, are the latest focus of ESPN’s 30-for-30 series. Here’s how to watch it all.
James & Jerome Taafulisia, 17 and 16, shot five people, killing two, at “The Jungle” homeless camp in Seattle over a drug debt owed to their mom, police say.
The former basketball coach of one of Indiana’s most exclusive high schools has been arrested on child porn charges.
WWE fans know her as Lana, the better half of superstar Rusev, but what is the in-ring personality like away from the sport? Get to know her here.
She all bad in the ring, but her talent is all good. Check out some of Sasha Banks’ best WWE moments here and learn about her road to success.
Democratic candidates will debate once more before the New Hampshire primary. MSNBC will televise at 9 p.m. Eastern; Rachel Maddow and Chuck Todd will moderate.
Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders get one more debate before the New Hampshire primary. Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow will moderate. Here’s how to watch for free.