The Saudis, Republican candidates and special interest groups hope to influence President Trump by spending money at his properties, says Public Citiz
Trump took the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), designed as a screening tool for the loss of clear thinking that sometimes precedes dementia.
The new editor of Vanity Fair will have to confront the slow speed of monthly print magazines, and find new ways to increase digital revenues.
Three Silicon Valley insiders, including Mark Zuckerberg's former mentor, are sounding off on what they say is Facebook's failure to protect users.
Flu is closing schools, swamping ERs and causing states of emergency across the U.S. yet Congress continues to cut preparedness funding for influenza.
The death of Cranberries' lead singer Dolores O'Riordan is not being treated as suspicious, British police said on Tuesday.
Hicks is expected to appear before the committee as early as this week as part of its probe into Russian meddling into the 2016 election.
The nation's largest drugstore chain said it would stop materially retouching models in ads for its store-brand beauty products by 2020.
Mattis called the nascent talks between North and South Korea a positive indicator, but said it was too early to determine Kim Jong Un's intent.
Sen. Lindsey Graham told a local paper his memory hasn't evolved about the meeting in which President Donald Trump allegedly insulted African countr
Social media images showed a mangled metal structure that had collapsed near the entrance to the multi-story Indonesian Stock Exchange.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle easily remained the No. 1 film in North America and is approaching $300 million domestically.
Dolors O'Riordan, who led The Cranberries to international fame, died at age 46 while in London for a recording session.
Catherine Deneuve apologized to sex assault victims who were offended by a column she signed that said the MeToo movement was driven by hatred of men
The accused range from 15 to their early 20s, according to officials in Denmark. Most shared the videos once or twice but some did so hundreds of time
Police are investigating a claim that former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer threatened to stab a man during an altercation at a New York City restaurant.
Airbus announced it outsripped rival Boeing in overall aircraft sales last year, but could abandon the double-decker A380 without a further order from
Ansari calls a sexual encounter detailed in a babe.net story completely consensual and says he was surprised the woman described it as uncomfortabl
Last week's mudslides in the Montecito area of Santa Barbara County, California, left drainage basins and channels clogged with debris, officials said
Rep. Love said Sunday that she can't defend the indefensible when it comes to the president's vulgar remarks in reference to immigration from Africa
The political landscape of an election takes shape long before votes are cast, and 2018 is not shaping up well for President Trump and the GOP.
Identity theft is about to get much worse, warns this former identity thief.
This week's mudslides in the Montecito area of Santa Barbara County left drainage basins and channels clogged with debris, officials said.
The French education minister has broached the idea of banning cellphones from schools to tackle what he described as a public health problem.
From Michael Wolff's gossipy bestseller to Oprah's could-be presidential campaign, Saturday Night Live's writers had their work cut out for them thi
Manning is running as a Democrat and will likely challenge two-term Senator Democrat Ben Cardin.
He's not flattering us, he's not creating a wave of immigration, he's just confusing us even more, said one former diplomat.
State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are primed to clash over solutions to new problems as well as old troubles that haven't been dealt with.
Wahlberg said he'll donate the money in the name of his co-star, Michelle Williams, who reportedly made less than $1,000 on the reshoots.
Freeman left an indelible mark on the U.S. legal system by trying cases that curbed segregation.
Cities mostly don't have plans, but experts say that Americans can be ready for an unthinkable nuclear attack if they know to shelter in place.
Iceland is the first country to enforce equal pay laws by placing the burden of proof on employers, not workers.
Tunney was among the youngest people elected to the U.S. Senate in the past century when he won his seat in 1970 at age 36.
Desionne Franklin says he was afraid it was all over as his Prius careened down a steep foothill street in Burbank this week.
Hillary Clinton called the president's shithole remark racist while Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said it breaks my heart.
Facebook has warned that its newly refocused news feed will negatively affect the number of video views and referral traffic brands media companies re
The Trump administration approved Kentucky's request for to add work requirements to Medicaid, making it a test case for the White House's new approac
President Donald Trump on Friday will extend waivers on Iran nuclear sanctions, keeping alive the landmark 2015 deal for at least another several mont
Arizona Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally called on the national GOP to grow a pair of ovaries as she launched her bid for the U.S. Senate on
Dr. Evan Stark and Dr. Lisa Fontes talk to Dateline NBC about coercive control, a type of abuse potentially a factor in the 'Dirty John' case.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to weigh whether states should be able to collect taxes on Internet sales, which would generate billions in revenue fo
It's a severe influenza season but so far, this year's annual flu epidemic is not a record-setter, the CDC says
Americans are hooked on debt again, and economic experts worry that our ballooning bills could pop in our faces.
How can you be a better leader right away? Try these five tips to become a better manager.
In a new interview with BBC Radio, Eric Clapton revealed he is going deaf.
How can women earn respect in male-dominated careers? Amber Blonigan, founder of LA's Gi Automotive, offers her best advice.
GM hopes to roll out by 2019 a fleet of robocabs with no steering wheel or pedals, a move that could signify the beginning of the end of personal car
Trend Micro says the group, often nicknamed Fancy Bear, whose hacking campaign scrambled the 2016 election, is still targeting U.S. organizations.
The Carrier plant in Indianapolis has a work force of 1,100 people after about 215 workers departed Thursday.
A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day
President Barack Obama says the same innovations in technology that helped his historic election are now contributing to the nation's political divide
Bannon, who left his post at the White House in August, will testify behind closed doors to the Intelligence Committee, sources said.
President Donald Trump predicted Thursday that his scheduled medical exam would go very well, one day before his first annual medical check-up as pr
Hours after Walmart announces raises and bonuses as a result of the new tax bill, it closed several of its Sam's Club stores.
Major shift as Trump opens way for Medicaid work requirement
Democratic House members are planning to invite victims of sexual assault to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address later this month.
Oprah Winfrey got a standing ovation for her acceptance speech after receiving the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement at the Golden Globe
California mom saw fire, saw rain, and thought she'd never see her husband again during frantic escape from Montecito mayhem
Four children were among 17 people killed in a massive mudslide in Santa Barbara County, California, and the search continued for 43 people reported m
Breast cancer patients with BRCA mutations survive just as well as women without them, British researchers found.
The FDA warns against giving cough syrup and other medications containing codeine or hydrocodone to kids.
A bipartisan working group of senators announced they reached an agreement on DACA, potentially moving a contentious process one step forward.
The deadly rainstorm that sent rivers of mud crashing into dozens of Southern California homes is sweeping eastward.
The Trump administration is inviting states to attach work requirements to Medicaid, but the announcement sets up a longer fight, including expected l
A Twitter battle over the size of nuclear button possessed by President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un has spiked sales of an anti-radia
Cough syrup and other medications containing codeine or hydrocodone need strict labels warning against giving them to kids, the FDA says.
Section 702, the subject of surprising criticism from President Donald Trump on Thursday that had the intelligence community in an uproar, is a part o
Franco has been dogged by allegations and rumors in the wake of the Golden Globes, during which a wore a lapel pin honoring the fight against sexual m
Donegan wrote that the document was intended to be private and said it spread much further and much faster than I ever anticipated.
Motörhead said on its Facebook page that Clarke died Wednesday in a hospital while being treated for pneumonia.
A cyberattack could lead to false information being passed to decision makers during a nuclear security crisis, the think tank Chatham House warned.
Greitens admitted he'd been unfaithful in his marriage after reports emerged alleging he had an affair with his hairdresser before he became governo
Less than 300 days out before Election Day 2018, the environment seems to be getting worse for Republicans.
A cyberattack could lead to false information being passed to decision-makers during a nuclear security crisis, think tank Chatham House warned Thursd
Eat happier with foods and recipes that are proven to boost your mood.
Even one woman in a top management role can make a difference, say experts.
The decision comes after Paul shared a YouTube video of a suicide victim in Japan. YouTube responded that 'suicide is not a joke.'
Diminishing sea ice and more temperate weather have made traveling through the Arctic Circle a vacation rather than an exploration.
You know it's bad when they break out the Gatorade. Hospitals are scrambling to cope with a shortage of saline just as flu season threatens to flood E
It's too soon to blame romaine lettuce for an outbreak of E. coli that's made 64 people sick and killed one, the CDC says.
In a teaser clip released by Netflix on Twitter, former President Barack Obama talks about dancing and dad moves with David Letterman on Letterman's
The worst of the rain is over, but Montecito is grappling with the deaths of at least 17 people and trying to find 24 others who can't be accounted fo
President Donald Trump said Wednesday it seems unlikely that he'll have to meet with Special Counsel Robert Mueller regarding allegations his 2016 c
Exempting Florida — but not other states — appears to be the kind of transactional favoritism that many worried about when Trump became president.
A group of bipartisan senators say they are increasingly optimistic about a deal to provide a permanent fix to Dreamers
A telemarketing company that fundraises for politicians, charities and corporations has settled a complaint over allegedly false and misleading tact
CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, hit a snag when the lights went out in one of its exhibition halls.
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