The voice behind "Careless Whisper" and "Faith" has died at the age of 53.
Know the store return policies for Kohl's, Nordstrom, Walmart, Old Navy, Victoria's Secret and more before you try to return a gift.
Trooper being treated for life-threatening injuries. Suspect is a former Beaverton Police Cadet and had legal issues.
Politico reports team anticipates several battles. Publication quotes Republican Senate aide saying "sophomoric mistakes" have been made.
"If I had run again...I could've mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it," Obama told an interviewer.
Vera Rubin, the pioneering astronomer who changed the way we see the universe, died Sunday at age 88.
Southwest Florida's famous eagles Harriet and M15 are expected to become parents before the holidays pass.
Fights and unfounded reports of shootings caused chaos among shoppers the day after Christmas all the way from Arizona to New York.
The actress was best known for her role as Princess Leia in the "Star Wars" franchise. She was 60.
Versace has denied the allegations which were made by a former employee at an East Bay outlet store.
Outside of Manhattan, cities have to get a bit more creative than dropping a simple ball to draw attention to their year-end celebrations.
Pamela Taylor has been removed from her position at the Clay County Development Corporation, West Virginia Gov. Earl Tomblin's office said.
The 8-year-old – born a girl but who identifies as a boy – was allegedly asked to leave his Cub Scout pack due to his gender identity.
The director of Los Angeles' Council of American-Islamic Relations has since taken down the tweet.
Reports indicate the legendary actress died one day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, died.
Saluting Craig Sager and battling cancer, mourning the Carnegie Deli and the Thursday agenda.
One of two Florida eaglets has begun hatching out of its shell.
The Northfield resident was president and CEO of the Solo Cup Company for years and also developed the Traveller Lid.
The Marist Poll surveyed Americans about their resolutions for the New Year.
After serving more than 16 years in jail, the former Woodlawn High School student will remain behind bars as his case is appealed.