12 U.S. Service Members Killed in Attack at Kabul Airport; 15 Others Injured
At least 12 service members were killed in the suicide bombings in Afghanistan earlier today, U.S. officials just confirmed. That includes 11 Marines and one Navy medic.
Bill Cosby to Be Released From Prison; Sentence Overturned
Bill Cosby will be released from a Pennsylvania prison soon.
Las Vegas Raiders Lineman Carl Nassib Makes History: ‘…I’m Gay’
Las Vegas Raiders' lineman Carl Nassib announced via a video on his Instagram account Monday evening that he is gay.
Is Walmart Going Bagless on July 1? Yes & No
Don't expect a bagless shopping experience at all U.S. Walmarts just yet.
Mr. Potato Head Is Not Going Gender Neutral
It's been a very confusing week for the entire Potato Head family -- and the rest of us.
See the Photos That Perfectly Capture the Year That Was 2020
2020 was so iconic that it got its own hashtag - #2020. Use it in a sentence, a tweet or a meme and everyone knows exactly what you mean.
NEVER FORGET: 9/11 and the Days After in Images
2020 has been a year that will not be forgotten and for many people that has brought back memories of the horrific events of 2001, perhaps more so than in years past.
Photos Show How the Coronavirus Has Changed Sports Worldwide
From Olympians training in backyard sheds to kayakers in swimming pools, it's truly remarkable to see how our active lifestyles are whole new ballgame.
PHOTOS: Eerily Empty Public Spaces Worldwide
With the COVID-19 pandemic now a global situation, these spaces -- some iconic, some not -- are now currently void of most human activity.
Inspiring Stories From the Coronavirus Pandemic
When the world is in crisis, it is human nature to find the bright spots. Whether it's natural disaster, warfare or the coronavirus pandemic, people will "look for the helpers" as Fred Rogers now famously said.