Georgia police officer Sherry Hall is accused of lying that a black man shot her on duty and planting evidence.
Ted Cruz has officially announced he will vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. Read his full statement here.
Rayquan Borum was named by Charlotte police chief Kerr Putney as the man police think shot and killed protester Justin Carr during the Charlotte riots.
The Hawks are looking to put away the Wizards on the road in Game 6 Friday of their Eastern Conference semifinal series. Find out how to watch here.
The Golden State Warriors can seal a spot in the Western Conference Finals with a win over Memphis on Friday at Fed Ex Forum.
An Iowa Libertarian says he was offered teen prostitutes in exchange for letting an oil company lay pipe on his land.
With a pair of NBA games Friday night, DraftKings has created a low buy-in fantasy basketball contest with a first prize of $5,000. Find out how to sign up here.
These three movies coming in June 2015 are action-packed, must-see movies.
New novels in the Outlander and Jack Ryan series, plus a new one from James Patterson round out the list of new books coming next month.
A frat boy in North Carolina stands accused of injuring the spine of a non-member over a spilled beer.
Barcelona can clinch La Liga title with a win over Atletico Madrid on Sunday at the Vicente Calderon.
B.B. King , the legendary blues musician, has died at the age of 89 at his home in Las Vegas, his attorney says.
Teenager Katie Graham, 19, has identified herself as the college intern whose sexually explicit text messages with married Missouri House Speaker John Diehl led to his resignation.
We finally have our 1st look at the new CW live-action superhero team up series, Legends of Tomorrow.
An all-new 6-minute promo video released by CBS offers viewers the first glimpse of Glee star Melissa Benoist in action as Kara Zor-El, better known to DC Comics fans as Supergirl.
A soccer match in Argentina was abandoned on Thursday evening after some of the players were attacked by pepper-spray wielding fans as they ran through the tunnel to start the second half.
Shaquille O’Neal’s 6′ 8″ tall son, Shareef, looks like he’s following in his father’s giant footsteps.