"As a first-generation college student myself, I know how intimidating it can be to take that leap and pursue your educational dreams," Obama wrote in a caption to an Instagram post announcing the show, which will follow four college freshmen from across the country as they navigate college.
On Tuesday, Houston Texans star J.J. Watt responded to a news station that referred to Kealia Ohai as his fiancée instead of using her name.
Victoria Leigh Sargento-Graham allegedly told man she asked to kill for her that the "world is cruel," while suggesting suffocation as a method.
Katie Milligan said she and Gary Jonhson have both "watched with dismay" at the reduction of fish stocks over the years following fatal shark attack.
Meanwhile, other celebrities shared emotional social media posts about the crisis.
The president should be submitted to an involuntary mental health check and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is the one to enforce it, says Bandy X. Lee.
"That's your husband!" he said, after commenting on a family dinner party.
"It's really just sad to see this company I really believed in…just completely lose its way," said Ross LaJeunesse, Google's former global head of international relations.
John McKager Stipanovich wrote in a Florida Politics op-ed that he considered himself a "never Trumper" from the day of the 2016 campaign launch.
The great white shark is a protected species in New Zealand and hunting, killing or harming one is punishable with a fine of up to 250,000 New Zealand dollars and six months in prison.
Suicides, mass shootings, murders and celebratory gunfire were among the reasons dozens of people lost their lives on the first day of the new decade, data shows.
A Kansas woman, who reportedly had a minor acting role in the film 'Captain America: The First Avenger,' is accused of stabbing her mother to death last month.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, an atheist group advocating for the separation of church and state, has asked the IRS to investigate a Florida megachurch hosting a Trump rally planned for Friday, insisting the event violates IRS rules banning political endorsement by churches.
An Ohio woman stands accused of punching another woman in the head on Christmas Day for wishing her "Merry Christmas."
After President Donald Trump tweeted that Democrats have no impeachment case against him, attorney and Trump critic George Conway asked, "Why not let all your people testify? What are you so scared of?"
Ivanka Trump has suggested she may not return to her role at the White House should her father win the 2020 election.
The former owner of Lacie the Norwegian forest cat has sued her adoptive parent because she won't let the animal sleep in her bed.
Two days after the Democrat-led House approved two articles of impeachment against Trump, Pelosi invited the president to deliver his annual SOTU address on February 4.
In the fourth episode of 'The Witcher,' two characters change the course of kingdoms by invoking something called the "Law of Surprise," but what is this custom and what does it have to do with Geralt of Rivia's future?
While some parents will try to put the admission scandal behind them after 2019, others may be gearing up for a trial.
Paytas, no stranger to controversy, openly compares herself to comedian Andy Kaufman who used subversive humor that made the audience question its factual legitimacy.
The parents of Cayden Parson, 12, thought he was asking for a magnifying glass for Christmas in order to read better. Unfortunately, the tween had other ideas.
Marking Bacon Day in the U.S., we look at the origins of the popular cured pork belly meat and where to bag some good bacon deals.
"There's a term for this 'hate'—narcissistic rage," Conway said.
Surveillance footage captured the horrific 15-minute attack by five men, including the moment one of the assailants hit the victim with a steel trash can.
Donald Trump's daughter and presidential adviser told CBS that while she is still in the White House she wants to "deliver for the forgotten men and women" she has met.
The lawyer, and husband of President Donald Trump's White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, has taken aim at the president again on Twitter.
The father of five children managed to save his wife, 11-year-old daughter and infant, before returning to the burning building to try save his remaining children.