On Friday, New York Mets relief pitcher Jenrry Mejia made Major League Baseball history by becoming the first player to be permanently banned from the league for using performance-enhancing drugs.
This week's question: A U.S. startup specializing in "test-tube meats" has unveiled its first lab-grown meatball, and hopes to have a product on the market in three years.
On Friday afternoon, former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore announced the suspension of his campaign for president.
A Pennsylvania judge posted a sign outside his courtroom reminding citizens that pajama bottoms should not be worn in court.
With House Republicans still divided on how to move forward with plans to pass the budget, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) reminded lawmakers Friday that there's always the option to just skip the budget altogether.
Costumed revelers throw oranges during Carnival in Ivrea, Italy. | (AP Photo/Luca Bruno) Supporters of presidential candidate Faustin-Archange Touadera rally during a sand storm in the streets of Bangui, Central African Republic.
On Friday, Donald Trump threatened fellow GOP presidential contender Ted Cruz with a lawsuit over Cruz's eligibility to run for president: If @TedCruz doesn’t clean up his act, stop cheating, & doing negative ads, I have standing to sue him for not being a natural born citizen.
Meals on a yacht or private jet were such cheerless affairs before the Hemisphere Marine Blue Collection ($78) came along.
While there is a lot of money and research that goes into the study of relationships, a certain amount of mystery remains about why people tend to cling to the memory of their first love.
Pope Francis and the head of the Russian Orthodox church, Patriarch Kirill, sat down for a historic meeting early Friday afternoon at José Martí International Airport in Havana.
Donald Trump has pledged that his presidency would resume waterboarding "or worse" — orders that top CIA officials say would cause heavy resistance from the agency.
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The Washington City Council has approved a plan to pay convicted felons not to commit crimes. Up to 200 people a year deemed "at risk" of breaking the law would be placed in behavioral therapy, and if they avoided jail time they would get cash stipends of up to $9,000 annually.
The Tax Policy Center (TPC) released its take on Marco Rubio's tax plan on Thursday. They concluded it would overwhelmingly benefits top earners the most, largely because it greatly reduces taxes on wealth income.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough has an increasingly glowing opinion of his friend, Donald Trump — a fact that is making some at the network feel squirmy, CNN reports.
Two students, both 15-year-old girls, were shot and killed at Independence High School in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale, Arizona Friday morning, The Associated Press reports.
The Democratic National Committee quietly reversed its ban on donations by federal lobbyists and political action committees "at some point during the past couple of months," The Washington Post reported Friday.
Donald Trump is cruising into the final week ahead of South Carolina's Republican presidential primary with a comfortable 17-point lead.
If you want more affordable housing available to low-income renters, the best solution can be to build more expensive apartments.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is fine with any of the current GOP candidates becoming president — even Donald Trump.