An appeals court overturned a ruling claiming Jesse Ventura was owed $1.85 million for being defamed by Chris Kyle in "American Sniper."
Forty-nine were killed, along with the shooter, in a mass shooting at gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando.
Donald Trump announced Monday that his campaign will revoke the press credentials for the "phony and dishonest" Washington Post.
It has been called the "Mount Everest of Shipwrecks."
A gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Orlando killing 49 people. Here are the victims' stories.
A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. allows broadband internet to be regulated like a utility.
Shark Week came early for a charter fishing boat crew that caught a great white shark off the coast of Ocean City, MD, and released it.
Jessie Maher was in a Torrington, CT Target store doing what millions of moms do everyday when a man nastily objected. What would you do?
The child was pulled into water at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Tuesday evening. His body was found Wednesday afternoon.
A recent Washington Post-ABC poll reveals that 70 percent of Americans view Trump unfavorably. Clinton's ratings also hit a new low.
Senators said that there will be a vote on universal background checks and preventing suspected terrorists from buying firearms.
U.S. Senate poised to at least vote on two gun control measures after a 15-hour filibuster, but Republicans refusing support.
The AFL-CIO endorsed Hillary Clinton for president Thursday, drawing the ire of Donald Trump.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer dampens fears of coffee drinking but warns against excessively hot drinks.
Jack Aiello wowed the crowd during Thomas Middle School's graduation ceremony with his election-themed speech.
Mayor Buddy Dyer says the OneOrlando Fund has raised more than $7 million while Equality Florida's campaign has broken GoFundMe records.
Shorley, a young manatee sickened by red tide, was returned to Bay area waters after recovering at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo.
The company released images of the signage being installed on Friday following the death of a 2-year-old boy on the resort's property.
Angel Colon wanted to meet the man who helped save his life. Eatonville Police Office Omar Delgado obliged the request.
The movement for LGBT pride grew as a response to violent attacks on the community.