It is very hard to find stars with bad bodies who frequent beaches. But we still try. Kind of.
Most conservatives are genuinely pleased with President Trump’s Supreme Court choice, but there’s a lack of excitement in some quarters.
Carlo Benetton, co-founder of the international fashion brand United Colors of Benetton, which was known for a series of controversial ads, died Tuesday at age 74 at his home in northern Italy.
Typhoon Maria injured two people in Taiwan and prompted more than 3,000 to be moved to shelters before making landfall in China, authorities said Wednesday.
A Cook County judge allegedly dropped a handgun while inside the lobby of a courthouse on Chicago’s South Side last week, and was charged with a misdemeanor after authorities caught it on video.
Increasingly in the U.S., disputes between neighbors are becoming matters of smokers versus non-smokers.
A couple and three young children were found fatally shot at their Delaware home in what police described Tuesday as a murder-suicide.
With the Taliban shrugging off the Afghan government’s latest offers of a cease-fire and negotiations, peace seems as elusive as it has been for decades in this war-battered country, both for troops on the front lines and for civilians facing frequent attacks.
Big-name Democrats will join thousands of educators in Pittsburgh this weekend when the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) holds its biennial convention
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is creating an office within the department to help the governments of Central America and Mexico get information about reunifying families following their separation by the Trump administration.