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
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
WASHINGTON – Speaking to reporters on the White House South Lawn on Wednesday, President Donald Trump called Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen "nasty" and "not very nice" after she rebuked discussions
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.
The Australian actor filed for divorce from his pop star wife days after announcing their split earlier this month. Hemsworth filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.
The Oscar-winning actress was beaming with pride while dropping eldest son Maddox, 18, off at Yonsei University International Campus in Incheon, South Korea. In social media videos shared Wednesday, Jolie
Naomi Campbell is breaking her silence on her association with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The supermodel shared a YouTube video Tuesday in response to a Daily Mail article that questioned ties
WASHINGTON -- South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, said at an Iowa event Wednesday that the National Rifle Association is “in charge” of President Donald Trump.
U.S. figure skating coach Richard Callaghan, who led Tara Lipinski to the 1998 Olympic gold medal and Todd Eldredge to the 1996 world championship and six national titles, Wednesday was declared “permanently
The labor market seemed to defy gravity last year, generating more than 200,000 jobs a month despite a historically low unemployment rate that made it harder for employers to find workers. Turns out job
Several environmental groups sued the U.S. Department of the Interior on Wednesday in order to block a significant rollback of the Endangered Species Act. Last week, the Trump administration announced
A court in Mexico has ordered the country's health authority to allow two unidentified people to possess, transport and use cocaine – but not to buy or sell it – advocates said Tuesday. The first-of-its-kind
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump reversed himself on firearms restrictions Wednesday, saying he supports background checks one day after saying he didn't want to go down the "slippery slope" of eroding
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A senior employee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab says he plans to resign over revelations the lab took money from Jeffrey Epstein. Ethan Zuckerman, director
DENVER – Wildfires are burning across the globe, clogging the sky with smoke from Alaska to the Amazon, and scientists say it's no coincidence that July was the warmest-ever month recorded on Earth. The
The upcoming Lionsgate movie, about the sexual misconduct allegations against late Fox News executive Roger Ailes, has dropped its first trailer, which features Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot
'Traumatizing': Police hunt gunman after 4 students shot near Clark Atlanta University before classes start
ATLANTA – Police searched for a suspect Wednesday after four college students were wounded when a gunman fired into a crowd of people near Clark Atlanta University. Atlanta police said the shooting started
In the wake of natural disasters such as hurricanes, some spider populations are becoming more aggressive. According to a peer-reviewed study published in Nature Ecology and Evolution on Monday, damage
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross removed himself from his post on the NFL's social justice committee amid backlash for his financial support of President Donald Trump. Ross, a founding member, leaves
"Dancing with the Stars" is facing backlash from its own host after ABC's competition series announced Wednesday the upcoming Season 28 cast would include former Trump aide Sean Spicer. Tom Bergeron would
Is it OK for the boss to make employees mix business with politics? Some workers and their bosses might be asking that question after employees at a Royal Dutch Shell construction site in Pennsylvania
President Trump believes that he knows how Jews should vote, or be considered stupid or disloyal. It's an incredibly ham-handed and obvious appeal. President Donald Trump suggested in a news conference