For starters, taking the company private could take more than $55 billion in debt, a tough move to finance amid slumping stocks.
"Last Christmas" is this holiday season's big rom-com, coming to theaters this week. Here's everything you need to know about the movie including release date, cast, trailer and plot.
The Fox News host said "demographic changes" had changed Virginia from a cente-right voting bloc to a "petri dish" for radical leftism.
The Masked Singer returns from its baseball-induced hiatus to unmask two celebrities and give us a double elimination.
The College Football Playoff committee has Ohio State at No. 1 in its initial 2019 standing, and LSU-Alabama is not a 1-2 matchup anymore in the ranking that means the most.
The fictitious subject of the 1984 mockumentary "This is Spinal Tap" finally settled a lawsuit, filed in 2016, which disputes that the band hadn't been getting paid royalties for their music or merch.
The president also joked that he could stay in office for a further 21 years, prompting cheers from the crowd.
Taylor Swift will join the judges for the last knockout round before contestants go to the live finals.
What I won't forget about Elton John's "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" show was just how utterly connected this British rock star was—and still is—to the American South.
Now that the snowballing evidence of quid pro quo has become so rock solid that even Trump's most die-hard stalwarts feel political pressure to concede it, a question begs to be answered: Why hasn't the Department of Justice opened a formal criminal inquiry into Trump's conduct?
"The Affair" Season 5, Episode 11 was a finale that brought the series full circle. Showrunner Sarah Treem has spoken about all the decisions she made in the final episode of the Showtime series.
A profile on Will Rogers, who is honored in today's Google Doodle on what would have been his 140th birthday.
While less people are attending the Catholic Church, exorcisms and the training of priests for exorcist rituals have increased.
Researchers analyzed all of the GOP candidates' tweets (more than 22,000, in total) posted during the primary stages of the 2016 presidential campaign, using a topic network designed to work with big data.
Swedish police will soon be able to secretly install spyware to read encrypted messages on the computers and telephones of crime suspects. The results will be keenly watched in Washington and beyond.
"Kelly Clarkson: Invincible" will kick off at the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood in 2020.
The author Lee Smith told the "Mornings with Maria" show that he believed the impeachment inquiry was created with an aim to "protect the swamp."
Kyle Gerald Prall was sentenced to 36 months in prison after pleading guilty to mail fraud earlier this year.
Disgraced comedian Louis C.K. publicly announced a new tour Monday, about two years after admitting he had been responsible for non-consensual sexual behavior. The announcement appears to have resulted in a mostly negative response online.
Pittsburgh could keep its slim playoffs hopes alive with a win, while the Dolphins look to avoid a seventh straight loss.
If the state health department's bid to shut down a Planned Parenthood clinic is successful, the case could serve as a "template" for other states, according to abortion rights expert Mary Ziegler.
A high level of fecal chloroform bacteria found in a SODO storm drain has been blamed on illegally parked RVs, leaving Seattle wondering who should be liable to clean the mess up.
"Harvey Weinstein has NEVER BEEN to House of Yes and NEVER will be," the venue wrote in its announcement that it would not be hosting the next Actor's Hour. The venue's team also called on Actor's Hour to apologize.
"Keep getting new followers today is it because my tweets are so fire? lol," Bachman wrote Thursday, noting that it was her second-ever tweet.
Overall, the survey found that the American public is evenly split when it comes to impeachment: 49 percent support removing Trump and 49 percent are against it.
The movie producer, who stands accused of rape, was seen at an event for actors, writers and other artists.
Personal food computers developed by the Open Agricultural Initiative in MIT's Media Lab and sent to Syrian refugee camps in Amman, Jordan have been revealed to be nonfunctional.
The seven-track project titled, "Inglewood High,' was released on Thursday.