Dozens of Brazilian lawmakers from the socialist Workers' Party, the PT, have requested to change their names to include "Lula."
Country music star Carrie Underwood will do something astounding Sunday night, and it has nothing to do with her new album, "Cry Pretty."
A Chicago location shoot for a FOX television pilot starring Katie Holmes raised concerns for parents of students at an adjacent school. WBBM has more.
Sandra Bullock's Debbie Ocean is out of prison and is ready to scheme again in the new trailer for "Ocean's 8."
Nasa released a virtual tour of the Moon in 4k resolution, based on data provided by their Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft.
As part of sweeping new internet regulations, the Tanzanian government has introduced a $930 fee for those wanting to have an online blog, giving the authorities unprecedented control over the internet.
At the height of Beatlemania, fans would scream so loud that Liverpool's most famous exports could no longer hear themselves play.
The US and its partners are bombing Syria. They have been since 2014. And they are not the only ones.
When it comes to the Commonwealth Games, Kenya's record on the track speaks for itself.
At least 30 people have died and 893 are ill in a cholera outbreak in Malawi, the health ministry said Thursday.
About seven months after the British Virgin Islands were ravaged by a pair of hurricanes, Kyron McMaster made history for the tiny Caribbean island when he landed its first Commonwealth Games medal -- and it was gold too -- Thursday in the 400m hurdles on Australia's Gold Coast.
Six minutes. Six classic cocktails. In a Mexican wrestling ring.
An Australian river turtle with a distinctive green punk-rock hairstyle, two spikes under its chin and the ability to breathe through its genitals is on a new list of endangered reptiles.
The struggle for racial equality in South Africa was not necessarily fought on Robben Island where Nelson Mandela and other prominent political activists spent the better part of 27 years.
Over three dozen people -- including athletes and journalists -- have inquired about staying in Australia after the end of the Commonwealth Games, according to a migration agency on the Gold Coast.
President Donald Trump on Thursday attempted to cloud the timing of potential airstrikes on Syria, a day after indicating they were imminent.