The First Lady presented two awards at Sunday’s music event
‘What are you filming me for?!’ singer says in TikTok clip
’The Last of Us’ fans are offering new context to the fact that the Oscar-winning actor has never publicly dated a woman over 25
The Uncut Gems star, 33, stepped out in the revealing outfit in New York on Tuesday.
There's one line her critics agreed with — but probably not in the way she was hoping.
President Joe Biden came out with vim and vigor in the State of the Union address and mopped the House floor with the Republican Party's remains.
Sarah McLachlan's Super Bowl ad for Busch Light is being called a "masterpiece." Watch it here.
With Russia back on the offensive after significant Ukrainian combat successes around Kharkiv and Kherson in the second half of 2022, the past few weeks have been the bloodiest so far of an already bloody war, with both sides taking extraordinarily heavy casualties. Expect it to get worse.
Trump's new lawyer in the case brought by E. Jean Carroll asked for a six-week delay to the trial. The judge agreed to push it one week.
Ukraine claims the last 24 hours were the deadliest of the war for Russian troops, as Moscow hurls tens of thousands of freshly mobilised soldiers and mercenaries into relentless winter assaults in the east.
Samson Price, 48, attacked an 18-year-old man who was previously arrested in connection with his son's drowning in Wigan.
The reality star showed off her curves in a barely-there swimsuit covered in sparkly studs
An overhead "sky cop" camera offered the most thorough visual accounting of Tyre Nichols' beating; this time the criminals they stopped were cops.
The man admitted his guilt and is being held without bail while an investigation into him is underway.
The Blue Jays and star shortstop Bo Bichette have reportedly come to terms on a multi-year deal.
Critics took the serial fabulist Republican's four-word review and threw it right back at him.
‘You ought to be embarrassed’, Sen Mitt Romney appears to tell embattled Republican congressman
The U.S. Navy on Tuesday released the first close-up photos of operations to recover parts of the Chinese surveillance balloon shot down on Saturday. The photos show debris recovery efforts on Sunday off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the Navy said. Divers were working to retrieve other parts of the balloon's payload assembly -- estimated to be the size of three buses -- that likely sunk to the bottom in about 45 feet of water in the area.
It seems another Oscar winner will be replacing him
‘The Trump administration was a national security nightmare’