Charlie lost sight in both of his eyes, but Maverick came to his rescue unbeknownst to everyone.
“I’ve always been very good with loans. I love loans. I love other people’s money," the president said.
Warmer temperatures, more rain than normal and snowmelt are expected to contribute to widespread flooding across most of the country.
“I guess rich people pay good money for dirty shoes. Wait, distressed shoes," one Twitter user wrote.
“We are going to burn the boats if you will and move forward with this technology,” Navy Rear Adm. Ron Boxall said
“We don't like Muslim extremists at all. We're not fans of Islam in any shape or form. Still, killing of innocent civilians is probably not cool," store owner T.J. Kirgin said in a video.
“There are so many ways to trick computers,” Turek said. “It’s a whack-a-mole.”
A report from the Overland Park police stated the battery involved a juvenile, and Hill's fiancé was also listed as "others involved."
"Wealthy individuals felt that it was OK to lie, cheat, steal and bribe their children's way into a good college," the Oakland mother wrote in her complaint.
Duterte has openly said he wished he would've raped a woman, and he's told his military to shoot rebellious women "in the vagina."
The scandal has touched each coast, Hollywood celebrities, college athletics coaches and even students who "worked hard" but didn't get into prestigious universities.
Hollywood actors, CEOs and college coaches are named in a federal lawsuit so far.
The Democratic National Committee's decision to hold its 2020 convention in the battleground state of Wisconsin offers clues to its presidential race strategy.
McGregor allegedly left the famed Fontainebleau Hotel with a fan and smashed their phone when the fan tried to take his photo.
“Cutting back on meat a little will improve New Yorkers' health and reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” de Blasio said.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, a highly-decorated SEAL and war veteran, showed the 'Captain America' actor what's beneath his eye patch.
While touring the tornado-ravaged area that took 23 lives, the president visited with people who are now in shelters.
“My grandparents probably lynched your grandparents," one patient reportedly told Dr. Curtis Okpara, an internist from Houston.
"If you are in need of sandbags, bring your own sand and shovels," the Tuolumne County Sheriff's Department wrote on social media.
“There are those who believe that we already have too many people of color in this country,” Representative Al Green of Texas told Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen during an immigration...
"I would never bet against him. We, and the entire country, are pulling for you, Alex.” wrote 'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak.