United Airlines announced new rules for pets months after a dog died in-flight.
Even better, it was Nick Foles posing like Rocky.
Police said a neighbor saw a woman "peering intensely" and holding binoculars near Meredith Chapman's home.
"I think this was John Bolton, or somebody connected to John Bolton, trying to send a message, a shot across the bow to Iran."
"We're in the money, the sky is sunny, let's send it, lend it, spend it, rolling along," the CEO sang in an unguarded moment caught on film.
"With comedy, the victim should be powerful people," Brian Kilmeade said. "They shouldn't be Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders."
"What a joke," Joe Scarborough said about Trump supporters claiming to be offended by comedian Michelle Wolf.
Domynik Lewis molested a 12-year-old girl, then opened his own private school that offers scholarships to underprivileged students.
A majority of Americans think they’ll see a woman president before they die. That doesn’t mean everyone wants it to happen.
Sitting down with Henry Winkler is surprising and fun—as is his portrayal of Gene Cousineau in "Barry."
"We have a president who will use that as fodder to do his mission that I don’t feel is in the best interests of America," Kraft reportedly said.
At least nine people were killed and another 16 were injured when the van struck pedestrians.
"[Trump] is particularly abusive to Cohen," said journalist Maggie Haberman. "And the question becomes, does that come back to haunt him?"
The NBA is a lot like reality TV. That's part of the reason it's great.
The pilot was arrested at the airport.
“I just got to a point where I had enough information on marijuana to know what we were being told was bull****,” Monroe told Newsweek a day before 4/20.
"Embrace it. Make it cool. Make it fun. Make it like a prop," Hamilton said he told the Sixers organization, when advising what Joel Embiid should think while wearing a mask in game.
It has been nearly 19 years since Columbine and some students plan to walk out on the anniversary of the tragedy
Even a significant percentage of Republicans think Trump will get the U.S. into a war.
It appears that Trump's repetitive messaging might have convinced a significant portion of Americans.