A U.S. Army intel officer returns to Vietnam, chasing the enemy spymaster who beat him, hoping to learn more about why America lost the war.
A man watches a neighborhood burn on October 9. Wildfires fueled by powerful winds turned California’s wine country into a cauldron of ash and flames. More than 30 have died, and thousands were forced to flee as the blazes reportedly destroyed at least 1,500 homes and businesses.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
From Seth MacFarlane to Tina Fey's "30 Rock" to "Entourage," Hollywood has acknowledged the dark Harvey Weinstein secret in plain sight.
The Alex Jones crowd thinks this will ultimately lead to enslavement.
It's one of the biggest questions in science today—which means there's lots to argue about.
Exercise stemming from daily life had the most dramatic risk-reducing effects.
Disgruntled fans rejected Dylan in 1979, but a new boxed set of his live recordings reveals a new take on gospel music, fired by a rocking fervor.
A powerful project allows survivors to "answer" questions without being present. It’s like Siri if Siri were an actual human with a life story to tell.
The Chinese artist and dissident spoke to Newsweek about Trump’s policies, the Guggenheim's decision to pull artwork and how the world has failed refugees.
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The sun has belched out charged particles, which can create vibrant color that dances across the night sky, in colors ranging from icy blues to vibrant magentas and neon-glow greens.
A state representative asked the teacher if she believed her fellow educators are racist, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic.
"At this rate, McConnell and Trump could leave few, if any, vacancies open in 2021," the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee said.
President Donald Trump said it was time to recognize the Golan Heights as part of Israel, a move already rejected by Russia and likely to further isolate the U.S.'s position in the Middle East.
As many as 2.1 billion people lack safe water at home.
"I didn't bring this up. You just brought it up. You asked the question...I don't bring it up," President Donald Trump said, when asked why he continued to trash the late senator.
A representative from a toad removal company described the situation as a "toad vortex."