"We have so much fun together."
A new update available now for the "Red Dead Online" beta includes new weapons, clothing, emotes and game fixes, plus a new gameplay mode called "Fool's Gold."
"And every time he lies, it goes beep. That would be the first thing," Sanders added during CNN's Town Hall with Wolf Blitzer.
A pesticide manufacturer called the proposed ban "overly conservative" and "extremely impractical."
Pedicures shouldn't be painful (or dangerous).
Single-payer fever is sweeping the Democratic Party, but many are resisting—and for good reasons.
The American Center for Law and Justice obtained hundreds of pages of emails between reporters and Department of Justice communications staff.
The selection of Barrow, a 30 year veteran diplomat, could disappoint some Brexit campaigners who would like to see a known eurosceptic in the post.
Sued by bondholders in his Atlantic City casino, the Republican nominee relied on lawyered caveats to protect himself.
Any sense of a significant economic problem in Turkey could pull an important prop out of the benign emerging market story.
A government memo stated that the spy agency "has successfully developed a technical architecture to support the new program."
A New York Times homepage visitor is potentially connected to 44 third-party servers.
The construction of Detroit's beacon of urban renewal also displaced thousands—something that must be remembered given its new National Historic Landmark designation.
We must find new ways of dealing with and talking about sex.
Safer nuclear technology is inspiring a new generation of young scientists. But government needs to lend a hand.
On the patient's first visit to the hospital Friday, he walked into the hospital presenting "non-specific symptoms" and was sent home with a prescription for antibiotic