A 26-year-old man fell to his death in China while doing pull-ups on a 62-story skyscraper. Wu Yongning, also known as the “Chinese Superman,” learned the hard way that he could not fly when he slipped off the side of a building when he failed to climb back up after completing three pull-ups on ledge.
A woman on a Southwest Airlines flight from Portland to Sacramento would have killed for the chance to smoke a cigarette Saturday.
Suspended UCLA men’s basketball player LiAngelo Ball is going to play in Lithuania after a very public feud between his father Lavar Ball and the president over his role in saving his son and two other players from imprisonment in China.
Transgender recruits will be accepted into the military starting on New Year’s Day after a federal judge dismissed the Trump administration’s claims that such recruits could hurt military readiness, according to The Washington Post.
When military branches don’t submit criminal convictions to the FBI, it impacts more than just gun purchases.
Former U.S. Secretary of State and Alabama native Condoleeza Rice weighed in on the controversial election for the U.S.
Netflix released its year-end report Monday, and it revealed some…concerning streaming habits by users.
Another link has been discovered between a senior government official and Fusion GPS, the political organization that paid for the “Trump dossier” to be produced, fueling accusations of a “deep state” biased against Trump and devoted to defeated his policies.
The New Yorker fired Ryan Lizza, the reporter who recorded an infamous vulgar rant from Anthony Scaramucci, for “improper sexual conduct” Monday.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders got into a very combative exchange with CNN’s Jim Acosta over whether the media intentionally misleads the American public when reporting on the Trump administration.
The White House on Monday announced that if President Donald Trump’s immigration policies against chain migration had been enacted, Monday’s attack at the New York City Port Authority could have been avoided.
Theatergoers in Saudi Arabia have a lot of catching up to do — the last time they could go to a public cinema, the box office hits were “E.T.,” “Tootsie,” and “Conan the Barbarian.” Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture and Information, Awwad Alawwad, announced Monday that the kingdom will lift a 35-year ban on movie theaters, starting in March.
A Christian teacher in England is suing the school that fired him for last month after he misidentified a transgender student.
An Argentinean scientist is facing criminal charges after he released a glacier report with results and methods that angered environmental activists.
The liberal mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, has an $800,000 program in place that uses taxpayer money to pay defendants with gift cards in exchange for taking a survey about the friendliness and comfort of Manhattan’s courtrooms, the New York Post reported.
In a Monday editorial, a top newspaper group in Alabama urged conservatives to consider the example of Sen.
Are the massive wildfires ravaging parts of Southern California a result of dry weather and high winds or climate change?
Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback Carson Wentz is out for the rest of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during the team’s win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, the team confirmed.
According to NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill, Monday’s explosion at the Port Authority Bus Terminal was a “terror-related incident,” and details about the alleged perpetrator have begun to pile up since his arrest.
Former President Barack Obama recorded a robocall message that urges Alabama voters to reject Republican Roy Moore by voting for Democrat Doug Jones in Tuesday’s Senate election, The Hill reported.