A small Massachusetts town wants to see all tobacco sales go up in smoke.
A small, chicken-like bird is threatening economies across the American West as the feds weigh new regulations to protect it.
Kenny Chesney is not shy about his current thoughts on the state of country music.
Move over, Kim K.
In "The Filthy Truth," Andrew "Dice" Clay chronicles his incredible rise, fall and triumphant return.
What are the stars up to today?
ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber said “seniors do a terrible job choosing” their own public health care plans, according to presentation slides Gruber wrote that were obtained by The Daily Caller.
Police have released surveillance footage of a man suspected of shoving a stranger off a subway platform to his death in New York City as they hunt for the unidentified assailant.
Karl Stefanovic wore the same blue suit every day for a year on Channel Nine's "Today" program. And no one noticed until he went public with his hidden-in-plain-sight experiment.
President blows off ObamaCare 'architect' who attended 2009 oval office meeting to help salvage the health law as 'some adviser.'
A north Florida sheriff's deputy fatally shot a woman who had grabbed his stun gun during an altercation and pointed it at him.
Jennifer Lawrence says she knew being a movie star would bring with it a certain loss of privacy.
Promising “a night of inspiration,” dedicated “in loving memory” to pic’s subject Louis Zamperini, director-producer Angelina Jolie presented the world premiere of her second film as director, Universal’s “Unbroken,” to a packed State Theatre in downtown Sydney, Australia, Monday evening local time.
History in the making again?
Shockey gets hateful Facebook comments
Chris Pratt likes guns, and he doesn't like coyotes. Which is bad news for coyotes.
Because there is no motivation like celebrity motivation.
What began as a routine tire test became a journey through a maze of deception, finger-pointing, and a lack of accountability that in itself could prove dangerous if the product should prove to b...
Hundreds of people briefly blocked a major intersection in St. Louis Sunday to protest that August killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in the 100th day of demonstrations.
A surgeon who contracted the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone died at a Nebraska hospital where he was transported for treatment.