Fight for space or freeze on the streets: That's the chilling choice that homeless people across the United States face this week.
The U.S. Labor Department has indicated it will broaden the number of occupations that can drug test for unemployment.
The lawsuit filed against Disney alleges that the company violated the civil rights of a former employee and discriminated against him based on his Moroccan nationality.
A cousin of the teenage murder suspect's deceased mother told local news that he was a "good kid" who knew "right from wrong."
President Donald Trump's original travel ban on several majority-Muslim countries caused so much chaos in airports nationwide that the Department of Homeland Security sent a crisis action team to make sense of it, a report revealed.
To defy a New Year's drinking ban, a group of people in New Zealand built their own tiny private island and piled on it to ring in 2018 with alcohol.
Late singer Amy Winehouse's father says that she often comes to visit her parents as a ghost or in the form of a blackbird.
A patient complained to the U.K's National Health Service after receiving a transsexual nurse despite requesting a female one.
Between the total solar eclipse, the supermoon, and potential space tourism, the moon was the distraction Americans needed in 2017.
Prince Philip made a risque comment to a bodyguard on Sunday when he asked "Is that a terrorist?" in rference to a man with a long beard.
After a federal court of appeals judge announced his resignation following claims by 15 women in December, the Supreme Court has called for a review of its sexual harassment standards in 2018.
Housing and homelessness were exacerbated by natural disasters and the affordability crisis in 2017.
Uber and Lyft warn New Year's Eve party-goers that surge pricing will be in effect during the holiday, but many U.S. cities will be offering free rides to those ringing in 2018.
After arresting a drunk in Houston, police discovered a small arsenal of weapons in his top-floor hotel room in downtown Houston.
Most people join a gym to kick off their New Year's weight loss resolution, but studies show that exercise alone isn't enough to get in shape for 2018.
This year, what 43 million American renters spent is up by $4.9 billion from 2016.
Housekeeping and maintenance staff at Disney Resorts will now be required to knock and identify themselves before entering rooms where guests have hung the "Room Occupied" signs on the doorknob.
A new poll revealed that just 26 percent of people think President Trump's use of Twitter is appropriate, which is still lower than his 35 percent approval rating.
Jeff Bezos also replaced Bill Gates as the world's richest man this year.
Photos show a record-breaking four-day snow accumulation of over 5 feet in the city.
In a call with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the Russian foreign minister said that Trump's "aggressive rhetoric" towards North Korea was raising tensions in the Korean Peninsula.
Orrin Hatch tweeted that he was "grateful" for the "great Christmas honor" although the Salt Lake Tribune slammed the longtime senator.