During a Fox News town hall, President Trump gave a non-answer when asked about his priorities for a possible second term.
Vice President Mike Pence was pressed on the wisdom of holding campaign rallies, even as the administration's own public health experts continue to warn against large public gatherings and as coronavirus cases surge.
Facebook Watch's "Unfiltered: Paris Jackson & Gabriel Glenn" takes viewers on a journey through music and life with Michael Jackson's daughter Paris.
Mexico City's secretary of public security, Omar Garcia Harfuch, was wounded and three others were killed during a shooting early Friday morning, said Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum on Twitter moments after the attack.
Arthur Conan Doyle's estate is suing Netflix, among others, over its upcoming film "Enola Holmes" -- arguing that the show's depiction of Sherlock Holmes as kind, caring and respectful of women is a violation of the author's copyright.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta breaks down the White House coronavirus task force briefing in which Vice President Mike Pence said that the reopening economy was encouraging news as cases hit an all-time record in the US.
Justin Bieber has filed a $20 million defamation lawsuit against two women who accused him earlier this week of sexual assault.
Three-time Paralympian Angela Madsen died earlier this week while attempting a solo row from Los Angeles to Honolulu.
The Trump administration doesn't have the authority to divert Pentagon funds to construct additional barriers on the US-Mexico border, a federal appeals court ruled Friday, days after President Donald Trump's visit to a section of the wall in Arizona.
A group of Whole Foods employees in a Boston-area store walked out to protest the company's policy that prevented them from wearing Black Lives Matter paraphernalia.
Witness in the Mueller investigation and informal Trump adviser gets 10 years in prison in child sex case
George Nader, who was a key witness in the Russia investigation and informally advised President Donald Trump's team on foreign policy, was sentenced on Friday to 10 years in prison by a federal judge in Virginia, stemming from his convictions on child sex charges.
The White House's plan to withdraw thousands of US troops from Germany is emerging as a new point of tension between the President and top Pentagon leaders, including Defense Secretary Mark Esper, who has avoided criticizing the move publicly but has significant concerns about it, multiple current and former officials tell CNN.
Video shows the moment police in Valdosta, Georgia slammed a man to the ground and broke his wrist before it turned out that he was not the person they were looking for.
NASA wants you to help put the loo in lunar, so it's offering $35,000 in prizes to design a toilet that can be used on the moon.
The Trump administration has announced visa restrictions on current and former Chinese officials who it says "were responsible for eviscerating Hong Kong's freedoms," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement on Friday.
Siya Kakkar, a teenage TikTok influencer with a significant fanbase on the video-sharing platform, has died, her manager has said.
Shares of both Facebook and Twitter were down more than 7% in mid-day trading Friday after Unilever said it would pull its advertising from the social media companies for the rest of the year.
People are calling for museums to be abolished. Can whitewashed American history finally be rewritten?
After years of resisting calls for its removal, New York's American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) has asked the city to dislodge from its front steps an equestrian monument to Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth US president, which depicts him charging forward, and towering over two mostly nude figures, one Black and one Indigenous.