Louisiana State Police and a black Indiana man who was handcuffed and detained in New Orleans' French Quarter when he was a teenager in 2015 have settled a federal lawsuit
Liev Schreiber is denying allegations that he attacked a local New York photographer while he was in town filming the popular Showtime series "Ray Donovan."
In a news conference Tuesday, Maryland president Wallace Loh said, "the university accepts legal and moral responsibility" for the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair.
Climate and weather scientists say hailstorms inflict billions of dollars in damage each year, and the cost will rise as the growing population builds more homes, offices and factories
"The face lies on a surgical tray, eyes empty and unseeing, mouth agape, as if exclaiming, 'Oh!'" It's a line from Joanna Connors' National Geographic September cover story, which follows 21-year-old Katie Stubblefield as she becomes the youngest person on the planet to receive a face transplant. A photo...
Tesla's board is preparing to evaluate CEO Elon Musk's brewing buyout bid with a three-member committee that includes a director whose objectivity has been recently questioned
Investor Warren Buffett's company added to its stakes in Apple and Israeli drugmaker Teva Pharmaceuticals in the second quarter while tweaking several of its other stock investments
The commander of Louisiana State Police says the department stands behind troopers who faced a lawsuit over the handcuffing of a black Indiana teenager in the French Quarter in 2015
A woman charged with child abuse in a raid on a makeshift living compound in northern New Mexico has been turned over to federal immigration authorities
Vienna Austria has been named the most liveable city in the world and I assure you it has nothing to do with canned sausage. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
For a second consecutive year, Cristiano Ronaldo will front standard edition of EA Sports' FIFA 19. Except for this year he'll be joined by Neymar on some editions of the game.
It's going to take "weeks, not days" for an MLB player to recuperate from what's now being revealed as a dangerous bacterial infection that went after his organs—but Cleveland Indians President Chris Antonetti said the worst appears to be over for Leonys Martin. ESPN and the AP report that,...