Newly released documents track the day-to-day movements of a Minnesota woman who is accused of killing her husband and a woman she later met in Florida
Khloe and Tristan are in Los Angeles,TOGETHER, which means they’re still working on their relationship. The two were spotted together on their first date night post cheating scandal at Nobu.
"Our message is: Absolutely never do that." That's what Canada's Jasper National Park is trying to communicate loud and clear. The "that" it's referring to is a May 16 incident in which a man jumped onto a black bear in an attempt to rescue his dog, which had spontaneously jumped...
An Arizona man has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for his conviction in a 2015 cyberattack that interrupted communications equipment for emergency workers in Madison, Wisconsin
IBM is pitting a computer against two human debaters in the first public demonstration of artificial intelligence technology it's been working on for more than five years
A federal report says people who lived near or played in a contaminated St. Louis-area creek from the 1960s to the 1990s may have increased risk of developing cancer
A defense attorney for three members of the group MOVE says a flawed parole system kept two in prison despite having similar records and recommendations for release from new Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner's office
Khloe returns to Los Angeles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyCCs-TgRcA Tristan Thompson is back to his old, shady ways just days after Khloe makes her return to LA.
More than 120 sexual assault victims of former sports doctor Larry Nassar are demanding that Michigan State University's governing board removes interim school president John Engler
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the city of Milwaukee and its police department. Brown alleges excessive force and unlawful arrest stemming from an incident where officers used a stun gun on him.
Parents who have given marijuana-based products to their epileptic children for years are worried that possible U.S. approval of the first pot-based prescription drug could limit their options