Jun 29, 2016
Many Brits who voted for their nation to leave the European Union, in fact, may have thought the move would
It's been a brutal two months for LendingClub, but new CEO Scott Sanborn says that debt investors are
America's biggest companies are sitting on a $1.45 trillion mountain of cash
Khloé Kardashian may have just lost 40 pounds (and is feeling and looking better than ever) but don’t expect to see her in a bikini anytime soon. We thought her two-piece aversion was pegged to her fear of belly buttons (yes, she has a belly button phobia) but as it turns out, she will just never be “a bikini girl.”
"If you would do something like this over straws and ketchup, I'd hate to see what you would do to somebody if you were really upset," her mom said.
Good lord. Here's Lindsey Vonn ... turning heads in Hollywood Monday night in an outfit that baaaaarely kept her top situation in check. #SmokeShow
A Yale Medical School professor's two dogs are being euthanized after they mauled a Connecticut woman to death
Perhaps a lawyer’s epic text messaging screw-up and public shaming from his father drove Johnny Manziel to seek a quiet getaway in Cabo.
On Monday night, the Associated Press published a piece noting the release of an additional 165 pages of emails Hillary Clinton sent from her private email address while serving as secretary of state. These were emails that had never been previously released and only were made public because of a court order in response to a request from a conservative group. And yet again, the emails poke holes in Clinton's initial explanation for why she decided to exclusively use a private email server for her electronic correspondence while serving as the nation's top diplomat. Let's start with this from the AP story: "The emails were not among the 55,000 pages of work-related messages that Clinton turned
**Warning, major spoilers for the books and show ahead.** The incredible sixth season of Game of Thrones just ended, but there are still a…
Donald Trump just delivered a major economic policy speech at a factory in Pennsylvania. But...
Civil rights leader and former congressional delegate Walter Fauntroy was released from jail after being arrested at Dulles International Airport on June 27, his first day in the U.S. in four years. He will face a bad-check charge in Maryland in July.
D.C. police officers fatally shot a man in Northeast Washington late on June 27 who refused commands to drop a gun and then raised the weapon toward them. After the incident, the weapon was identified as a pellet gun.
The criminal prosecution of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell may have all been for naught, but the gift scandal that led to federal charges against him reshaped Virginia's political culture.
The following list represents the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared
NEW YORK (AP) — The great comedian W.C. Fields is credited with the line, "Never work with children or
App Store Official Charts for the week ending November 3, 2014:
CDN network Akamai published today its quarterly “State of the Internet” report for the
Does Facebook suggest new friends based on your location? The answer seems to change day by day
New technology is emerging at ever-increasing speeds, transforming how we communicate, collaborate
Evidence is “insufficient” to assess the balance of benefits and harms of the pelvic exam, a panel of
The university and a federal investigation discovered a series of violations in the study of an
The ultramarathoner will be following the Silk Road for a 12-day, 326-mile journey through the desert and