Some of Nashville's biggest stars gathered Wednesday at the Mother Church of Country Music to celebrate behind-the-scenes stars and special honorees as part of the annual Academy of Country Music Honors.
With fewer than two weeks left in the “summer driving season" ending Labor Day weekend, you might wonder where gas prices are headed this fall. You can look forward to less pain at the pump, experts say,
WASHINGTON -- Nearly a week before the one-year anniversary of her husband Sen. John McCain's death, Cindy McCain said the current Republican Party is "not the party of Abraham Lincoln ... nor the party
The first manned dive to the Titanic in 14 years found a wreck in 'shocking' decay. The photos are spooky
For the first time in 14 years, divers traveled to the Titanic's final resting place and found the storied ship is being devoured by metal-eating bacteria and battered by corrosion and deep sea currents.
Regardless of whether or not she's a cast member on "Real Housewives," Bethenny Frankel promises her fans this: "New York City is still my playground." Frankel made the reference to the old-school opening
State is one of nation's largest contributors to mass incarceration with more long-term sentences than any other. Solution? Give prosecutors power to take back punishments. In 2003, he was given 50 years
A close call in a plane crash isn't stopping Dale Earnhardt Jr. from going ahead with his plans to get behind the wheel for next week's Xfinity race at Darlington Raceway. Earnhardt, 44, says he'll need
WASHINGTON -- Gov. Jay Inslee, who focused his presidential campaign on the threat of climate change, has ended his bid for the White House. The Democrat made the announcement Wednesday during an interview
The second round of semifinalists were revealed during Wednesday's results episode, which doubled as Howie Mandel's 10-year anniversary as a judge on the show. His gift? A massive Sunset Boulevard billboard
Enslaved Africans landed in Virginia in 1619. USA TODAY is committed to telling the story, past and present
"I wanted to show how you are living a happy, healthy life in your village, and suddenly you are taken away from your land," Sneed said. "It's the trauma, anger and loss." For our augmented reality piece,
Why are Jason Momoa and other Native Hawaiians protesting a telescope on Mauna Kea? What's at stake?
On Hawaii's Big Island, protests against the construction of a 18-story telescope atop a dormant volcano that some Native Hawaiians consider sacred have drawn thousands. The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT)
One day after losing one of their rookie wide receivers to a fracture in his hand, the Cardinals released one of the few receivers with any experience they had, cutting Kevin White on Wednesday. They added
Kyle Busch and William Byron had been trading jabs throughout the beginning of NASCAR's race at Watkins Glen International earlier this month. Not literally punches, but they made contact multiple times.
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Wednesday he is not considering tax cuts to help stimulate the economy, just one day after saying his administration was looking at a temporary reduction in payroll
Celebrated country band Alabama postponed the remainder of its 50th anniversary tour due to singer and guitarist Randy Owen's continued battle with cluster migraines and vertigo, a statement from the said
Good genes help, too. But when Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt was asked – several times, in several ways – for the secret to her longevity as she celebrated her 100th birthday Wednesday, Loyola-Chicago's
The co-owner of the publishing rights for songs by hip-hop artist Eminem sued Spotify in Nashville on Wednesday in a major copyright lawsuit that challenges the underpinnings of the landmark Music Modernization
Editor's note: This story contains graphic descriptions and images that readers may find disturbing. When police in Jeffersonville, Indiana, found Tammy Jo Blanton's dismembered body in her bathtub, it
A Yale professor sexually assaulted five students over decades, according to a report commissioned by the university, which had investigated the professor’s behavior in 1994 but failed to stop him. D.
Duchess Meghan hasn't explicitly responded to so-called "eco-hypocrite" media backlash, but she showed that she's having a "Lovely Day" away from all that noise. In an Instagram story shared Wednesday,