After former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin made it known that she didn’t appreciate Bill O’Reilly’s quip during a recent “O’Reilly Factor” promo that she, Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov.
President Barack Obama took a jab at Mitt Romney Thursday evening — and the former presidential candidate issued a blistering response online.
Astronomers are calling it “God’s Hand.” An incredible image, released Wednesday by the European Space Agency, depicts a faint nebula — cometary globule CG4 — located about 1300 light-years away form Earth in the constellation of Puppis.
Al Jazeera’s director of news sent out a company-wide email Thursday — and asked his staff to leak it.
The McKeen family was enjoying the Tampa Bay Lighting’s game against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday when they were hit with a huge surprise.
More than 100 children from across the country have been stricken with polio-like paralysis since August 2014, but doctors still haven’t been able to figure out what’s causing the outbreak.
You may start to see women upload photos online with smeared lipstick. The reason? It’s part of a new campaign called #SmearforSmear, aimed at raising awareness as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month concludes.
When his wife passed away in 2003, Stan Beaton intentionally saved one of her voicemails to remember her by.
Rap mogul Suge Knight fatally hit a man with a vehicle Thursday after a fight broke out on the set of a movie shoot in Compton, a celebrity gossip website reported.
Story by the Associated Press; curated by Oliver Darcy. — HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — A Texas man convicted of killing a 38-year-old woman nearly two decades ago while he was on parole for a triple slaying years earlier was executed Thursday evening.
Wildlife biologists in California announced Wednesday that motion-sensitive cameras had captured “one of the rarest mammals in North America”: the rare Sierra Nevada red fox.
The 11th annual Texas Muslim Capitol Day in Austin was interrupted on Thursday by an angry protester who grabbed the microphone and decried the “false prophet” Mohammad and the religion of Islam.
Bill Gates is worried about artificial intelligence. In a question and answer session on Internet-community website Reddit Wednesday, the Microsoft co-founder said he frightened about the possibility it could grow out of hand.
The Michael Bloomberg-financed Everytown for Gun Safety issued a correction to one of its reports after a Vermont gun dealer said he was considering suing over the allegation that he was selling guns online without conducting background checks, and a pro-gun website found faulty information.
For the second time in three nights, the fire alarm at the Patriots’ Arizona hotel has been set off, according to reports.
Before a St. Louis City Hall meeting on a possible police oversight civilian board turned into a shoving match Wednesday, the mood in the room reportedly turned sour when some spotted a man wearing an “I am Darren Wilson” bracelet.
San Francisco Deputy Public Defender Jami Tillotson was in a courtroom in the city’s Hall of Justice when she got the word: Police were interviewing and taking photographs of a client of hers elsewhere in the building.
The Senate passed legislation Thursday to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, a vote that will result in President Barack Obama’s first veto of legislation from the new Republican-led House and Senate.
Three American contractors were killed in a suspected insider attack at the international airport in Kabul on Thursday, according to several news reports.
A Senate staffer dropped a damaging note in the Senate Thursday that has Washington DC buzzing about who wrote it, and who that staffer works for.