A woman will travel to the moon as part of NASA's Artemis program.
Even though it feels like we're in an eternal March, January vs. September photos show just how much of an impact the COVID lockdowns have had on everyone.
"Not only did Ellen turn my trauma, turn our traumas, into a joke, she somehow managed to make this about her," one former employee at Degeneres' talk show said.
A "Wall Street Journal" investigation finds credible evidence that Amazon limits rival device makers from advertising on its site.
We kept track of all the lobotomies, decapitations, scaldings and much, much more.
"The Masked Singer" returns to Fox with Season 4 on Wednesday.
"This story isn't about Sherlock. It's about a more unconventional detective with no one but herself to rely on."
Apple reports that all issues have been resolved.
Funimation will stream subtitled episodes the same day they release in Japan.
The 23-year-old rapper is claiming that he's been subjected to physical and mental abuse, as well as religious suppression, while serving time in a federal prison.
Currently over 410 million people use the social media platform, along with the photo sharing app, Instagram
In a post to her Instagram story, Swift linked fans to resources available for them to vote in November.
Millions of TikTok users celebrated Micah's achievement.
The name Latasha Harlins has long been associated with the 1992 Los Angeles race riots after the 15-year-old was murdered in a store over a $1.79 bottle of orange juice.
"This is human rights and it should be something that is promoted at our school," Lillian White told a Texas news outlet recently. "It's an excuse to not talk about it by saying this is politics, talk about it on your own time."
Microsoft decided to have pre-orders go live at the same time, but the experience wasn't unlike what happened to the PS5.
Meghan Markle's 'princess' status was a 'stereotype hanging over her head,' Gloria Steinem says after the pair cold-called voters together.
"Register Early," sung to the tune of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" reminds everyone to register to vote for the upcoming election.