Striking images obtained by Newsweek tell the story of what life is like for some children in a stretch of Syria once again ravaged by conflict due to a Turkey-backed attack on Kurdish-led forces.
Convicted sex offenders in Butts County, Georgia, say their 1st Amendment rights are being violated.
The measles patient was at the theme park in Anaheim, California on October 16 after visiting a Starbucks coffee shop in Los Angeles.
Buckingham pleaded guilty to paying $50,000 to have a proctor take the ACT exam for her son.
Robert Dowling has taken a 287-pound bathtub with him on endurance challenges like crossing a Bolivian desert, sailing down the Amazon and summiting Mount Kilimanjaro. Only one final adventure remains.
Model Chrissy Teigen railed against the far-right conspiracy theory group QAnon, ridiculing countless forums and posts connecting her and husband John Legend to Jeffrey Epstein.
On Monday, the 36-year-old rapper took to Instagram to share the news of her nuptials to 41-year-old fellow music industry professional Kenneth "Zoo" Petty.
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the 'Ghostbusters' with a new set of pop-culture collectibles for 2019.
The star of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and the original "God's Not Dead" film told "Fox & Friends" that he chose to work on a new "faith-based action film" in part because of its underlying pro-Second Amendment message.
"You just gotta look forward and never look back," he said.
Companies are burning forests and land year after year, with little recourse.
Joe Scarborough says GOP senators prefer to "talk about policy" and not the president's attempts to "loot the federal treasury to make hundreds of thousands of dollars" at his resorts.
"We're in trouble," Steve Schmidt said in a Monday interview. "You see America in retreat, literally."
The father and daughter were treated for their injuries in hospital following the shooting.
A Florida Christian school fired a teacher for being gay and the Trump administration's interpretation of the Civil Rights Act may back their decision.
An LDS bishop charged with possession of child pornography allegedly told investigators the children in the images were "not real."
Officers had been sent to the residence in Edgewater, Florida, for a well-being check on the three juveniles.
Mido Mourad said he called police to the TJ Maxx store in Brooklyn, New York City, after a white woman allegedly harassed his family and assaulted him.
Those who pimp out women and children under the guise of temporary marriages betray Shia values—and exacerbate Islam's worst sectarian divide.
The long-awaited Nickelodeon-themed amusement park will open its doors this Friday.
Whitehouse describes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as a "wily cat" and opines that there might already be "enough horror and resentment" in the Senate to convict Trump on impeachment articles.
Television journalist Vladimir Solovyov, often criticized for his close ties to Vladimir Putin, has been awarded a Guinness World Record for "most hours of live television presented by a host in one week"
Around 25,000 teachers staged third day of walkout as fair to reach an agreement with Chicago Public Schools.
Both affirmative action and legacy admissions policies have come under scrutiny recently.
Jake Allmendinger, 31, a father-of-three, was killed after stepping out of the car while it slid backwards on an icy road.
Mayor Giuseppe Sala of Milan said he would ask the U.S. consul to formally apologize for a World War II bombing in his city that killed almost 200 schoolchildren.
"Everyone was really excited. All the kids were asking her questions. She had a smile on the whole time," said Edgartown Public Library's Chris Look.
The legendary performer retweeted a quote from an interview Marlon Anderson gave local station News 3, writing "How can [People] Be This Disrespectful!?"