President Donald Trump will speak at a rally as part of his re-election campaign in Tupelo, Mississippi on Friday evening.
The spacewalk is expected to last more than five hours, according to NASA.
Microsoft's Surface Event streamed live on October 2 and is loaded with new product announcements and software upgrades.
The only total solar eclipse of 2019 will take place on July 2.
YouTuber King Aladdin has apologized to actor and comedian Skyler Stone after catcalling his 15-year-old daughter during a YouTube livestream.
Jorge Martinez, 18, gave the victim Oxycodone after meeting her at a party she was hosting in Miramar on Monday, police said. The victim is now in a coma.
According to Pew Research Center, 81 percent of American parents let their children watch YouTube.
Expect some "Pokémon Sword and Shield" news during the press conference.
Sunday Night, the BAFTA Awards will return with a whole new slew of nominees. The 65th British Academy Television Awards will celebrate the best England-produced shows around, which captivated viewers throughout 2018.
Fans speculate the series could debut on the streaming platform tonight.
Michael Cohen will reportedly accuse Donald Trump of engaging in criminal conduct while in office.
The parade is a more than 100-year-old tradition in Tampa, Florida.
The festival in South Africa is aimed at ending extreme poverty.
Tickets are sold out, but you can still watch the "Clash Royale" league world finals live.
Spacecraft is due to touch down at 3pm ET on November 26.
The parade will kick off at 7 p.m. from Spring Street and run up Sixth Avenue before ending at 16th Street.
Racers to watch include Galen Rupp, who is after the American record of 2 hours, 5 minutes and 38 seconds.
The race has become one of the most closely watched in the country, with polls putting O'Rourke within a margin of error of Cruz.
Jones and Rubio traded insults and nearly got into a physical altercation outside a Capitol Hill hearing on Silicon Valley's role in aiding foreign influence on U.S. elections.
NASA will launch its historic Parker Solar Probe to touch the sun at 3:33 a.m. EDT on Saturday.
It won't be visible everywhere—but there's a live stream for those who won't be able to see it in person.