New York Times reported that President Donald Trump asked Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker to put a Trump-supporting, recused US attorney in charge of the investigation into Michael Cohen. CNN's Erin Burnett reports on the "explosive charges."
Police in Florida are looking for the vandal who painted "#MeToo" on the leg of the nurse in the "Unconditional Surrender" statue.
New York City has subpoenaed Airbnb for data on roughly 20,000 listings in the area to make sure hosts aren't breaking local laws about short-term rentals.
"Oh, we're not planning to vaccinate." These are the words a friend says to me in the midst of a conversation about their impending child.
Supporters of Liverpool and Bayern Munich cast rivalry aside during their high octane Champions League clash Tuesday to protest against the rising cost of ticket prices.
The White House is moving forward with plans to shift existing federal funds to pay for construction of a wall on the southern border, a senior administration official said.
Why does the US President work so hard to stop investigations if he isn't worried about what they'll find?
The New York Times published a 4,536-word opus on President Donald Trump's two-year-long (and running!) attempt to thwart the multiple investigations into his 2016 presidential campaign and its ties to Russia.
Virgin Galactic will attempt one of its highest and fastest test flights ever on Wednesday, and it could bring the company closer to its goal of launching paying customers to space this year.
A volunteer citizen scientist working with a NASA project has found the coldest, oldest-known white dwarf, and it's surrounded by rings of dust and debris, according to a study published Tuesday in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. Researchers believe it may be the first white dwarf known to have multiple rings.
There were more cameras at his first summit with Kim Jong Un than the Academy Awards, President Donald Trump likes to boast to fellow foreign leaders.
President Donald Trump asked then-acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker if a US attorney he appointed could oversee an investigation tied to himself after the US attorney in question had already recused himself from the probe, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
British teenager Shamima Begum, who left the UK to join ISIS in 2015 and has expressed a wish to return home, is to be stripped of her UK citizenship, her family's lawyer said Tuesday.
Protesters are gathering Tuesday night in cities across France to march against anti-Semitism after a rise in such incidents in the country.
Mandy Moore is speaking out about her former marriage to singer Ryan Adams.
Wannabe vampires, beware: The US Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday against using plasma infusions from young blood donors to ward off the effects of normal aging as well as other more serious conditions. Plasma, the liquid portion of the blood, contains proteins that help clot blood.
Indiana may have been the 19th state to enter the United States, but it took until 2019 for the Hoosier State to get its first national park.
The brothers arrested and released in connection with the attack on actor Jussie Smollett are no longer suspects at this time, Chicago police said Monday.
The risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women, according to a new study, and researchers are trying to figure out why.
She retired as the greatest female ski racer of all time, but Lindsey Vonn believes fellow American Mikaela Shiffrin is "in a league of her own" and will shatter all records as long as she stays healthy.