Millions of Americans will vote by mail or in person for the next president of the US. At least one vote will be cast some 200 miles above the Earth.
A schoolteacher whose body, face and tongue are covered in tattoos and who has had the whites of his eyes surgically turned black said he was prevented from teaching at a French kindergarten after a parent complained he scared their child.
A federal judge plans to rule tonight on whether downloads of TikTok may be banned in the United States.
The presidential debates for the 2020 election kick off Tuesday in Cleveland, and many Americans are uncertain about what to expect. One thing is for sure: Fox News Sunday anchor and moderator Chris Wallace will not be tasked with fact-checking the candidates in real-time.
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion is most likely feeling "All Dat" after being named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2020.
Mariah Carey is telling Oprah Winfrey everything and we are here for it.
Adeline Fagan, a second year OBGYN resident living in Houston, died early Saturday after a couple months-long battle with Covid-19, her family announced in a post on a GoFundMe page established on her behalf.
Marine experts and government officials are racing to save hundreds of pilot whales after a mass stranding in Australia, with dozens of the animals already dead.
A firefighter killed while battling a wildfire that was sparked by a gender reveal party has been identified by authorities.
While most US states head in the wrong direction with Covid-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has retracted key information about how the virus spreads.
At least 40 rounds were fired during a shooting that left two people dead and over a dozen others injured at a house party in upstate New York, authorities said.
President Donald Trump on Friday mocked an American news anchor for being shot with a rubber bullet during George Floyd protests in May, calling it a "beautiful sight" during a political rally in Minnesota.
Sub-tropical Storm Alpha, named Friday, took the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season into the Greek alphabet for only the second time in recorded history.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani had us all convinced that they were performing at the Bluebird Cafe during the ACM Awards on Wednesday night.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that coronavirus cases are surging alarmingly in Europe, as a "very serious situation" unfolds across the continent.
Satellite images show that two important glaciers in the Antarctic are sustaining rapid damage at their most vulnerable points, leading to the breaking up of vital ice shelves with major consequences for global sea level rise.
An expert who worked to protect uncontacted Amazonian tribes has been shot and killed with an arrow in Brazil, according to the government's Indigenous affairs agency, Fundação Nacional do Índio (Funai).
Serena Williams was upset by fellow mom and friend Victoria Azarenka in the US Open semifinals, temporarily halting her bid to win a record 24th Grand Slam title.
Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sébastien Jacques has resigned as the mining giant continues to face pressure from investors for blowing up a 46,000-year-old sacred indigenous site in Australia to expand an iron ore mine.
Trump told a large Michigan crowd Thursday that First Lady Melania Trump thought Joe Biden looked 'sad' when she watched him on TV before attacking his rival for his bungled answer on trade.
Two Myanmar military deserters say they were ordered to take part in the indiscriminate mass killing and rape of Rohingya Muslims in 2017, a human rights group claims, in video confessions which correspond with individual accounts given by survivors of the alleged atrocities.
Demand fears are once again rippling through the oil patch.
After leading members of Belarus' political opposition seemed to vanish on Monday, raising fears of abduction, two activists reappeared in Kiev on Tuesday with a dramatic tale.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo says President Donald Trump's efforts to appeal to his base at recent events and his bragging about crowd size amid the coronavirus pandemi...
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The US Open normally marks the end of the grand slam season. But the coronavirus pandemic changed that and having another major just around the corner could be exactly what Novak Djokovic needs to overcome the lowest point of his career.
Two people were arrested following violent clashes between President Trump supporters and counter-protesters in Salem, the Oregon State Police said in a news release.
When Boris Johnson first took over as British Prime Minister, many in his Conservative Party couldn't believe their luck. After years of watching Theresa May's government rub out red line after red line on Brexit, the man who led the triumphant march to freedom in 2016 was in charge.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in five counties late Sunday as multiple wildfires continue to burn across the state following a weekend that brought both record high heat and record acres scorched.
The truckers and transportation companies that bring food and medicine into Britain say the country is not prepared for the end of free trade with the European Union, which could mean severe disruption to supplies and another blow for the battered UK economy.
Wearing a green gown and speaking from his hospital bed, Jacob Blake delivered a message to his supporters Saturday night, warning them that everything can change in an instant.
Anna Faris, one of the stars of CBS sitcom 'Mom,' is leaving the show ahead of its eighth season.
President Trump overrode his defense secretary and vowed to continue funding Stars and Stripes, the military's editorially independent newspaper which covers issues relevant to members of the armed forces, after news the administration ordered the organization to shutter leaked to the public.
A Covid-19 vaccine developed and tested in Russia generated neutralizing antibodies in dozens of study subjects, and while the vaccine often caused side effects such as fever, those side effects were mostly mild, according to data published Friday in the medical journal The Lancet.
It's a wild day on Wall Street, where the Nasdaq Composite tumbled 4.5% and the Dow fell nearly 700 points in the early afternoon, as investors made a dash for the exits following a streak of record-setting days over the past several weeks.
The stock market has a new look!
FDA Commissioner, Dr. Stephen Hahn, told the Financial Times that the organization would consider emergency use authorization for a Covid-19 vaccine before Phase 3 trials were completed
More than 1,000 students at the University of Alabama have tested positive for Covid-19 since classes resumed on the Tuscaloosa campus less than two weeks ago, according to the University of Alabama System.
Beijing appears to have just thrown a wrench into the possibility that TikTok could be sold to an American buyer to avoid a ban on its business in the United States.
A one-year-old boy is safe and back at home with his mother after being abducted from his stroller at gunpoint Saturday, authorities said.
Lute Olson, who coached the Arizona Wildcats for 24 seasons from 1983 to 2008, passed away on Thursday at age 85, according to a statement from the University of Arizona.
New satellite images are giving a glimpse at the destruction that Hurricane Laura has waged across Louisiana.
Shinzo Abe, the longest-serving Japanese prime minister in history, has resigned, citing health reasons.
A far-right terrorist who killed 51 Muslim worshipers in New Zealand's worst mass shooting in modern history will spend the rest of his life in prison with no chance of parole, the first time such a sentence has been handed down in the country's courts.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has changed its Covid-19 testing guidelines. The agency no longer recommends testing for most people without symptoms, even if they've been in close contact with someone known to have the virus.
Two years ago, NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps was slated to fly into orbit aboard a Russian spacecraft and become the first Black astronaut to serve as a crew member of the International Space Station.
Google is trying to make WFH life a little easier for people who always have dozens of browser tabs open.
At least 64 people were arrested in Louisville, Kentucky, as crowds marched Tuesday over the death of Breonna Taylor, police said.
One of the dozens of individuals who tested positive for Covid-19 after a wedding reception in Maine has died, according to hospital officials.