A photo showing a group of male, mostly white Wisconsin high school students with their arms raised in what appear to be Nazi salutes has sparked an investigation by police and the school district, along with criticism from a Holocaust memorial group.
The owner of the Thousand Oaks bar where 12 people died is unsure if reopening 'is going to feel right'
As Thousand Oaks comes to grips with the dual traumas of a deadly mass shooting and destructive wildfires, Brian Hynes will have to decide whether to reopen the Southern California bar where 12 people were killed.
When Amazon arrives in the northern Virginia suburb of Crystal City, eventually bringing 25,000 jobs as part of its vaunted headquarters expansion, the tech behemoth will quickly become one of the region's biggest employers.
The Premier League has confirmed Susanna Dinnage will take over as the organization's chief executive.
Federal authorities are investigating after an air traffic controller on an overnight shift at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas repeatedly gave incoherent directions and responses to pilots.
A renewed ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza has brought an end to the most severe round of fighting between the two sides since the 2014 war.
'Time is running out': Former Hill staffers urge Congress to pass stalled sexual harassment legislation
As lawmakers return to Washington after the midterms, a group of former Capitol Hill staffers is calling for the passage of long-stalled sexual harassment legislation before the current session of Congress ends and warning that "time is running out" to enact reform.
It's all been leading up to this. HBO has announced that the final season of "Game of Thrones" will premiere in April 2019.
Chip and Joanna Gaines fans rejoice! Months after the series finale of their wildly popular HGTV renovation show, "Fixer Upper," the couple announced they are coming back -- with their own network.
Turns out Drake's 30th birthday party caused John Mayer to get in his feelings.