The debate over the crowded field of candidates jostling for the Oval Office emerged as the hottest topic on Facebook this year.
Jackie Collins lost her battle with breast cancer Sept. 19 at age 77.
Music icon John Lennon was shot and killed Dec. 8, 1980 outside of his New York City apartment.
MouseMingle.com has gained thousands of users since debuting last week.
President Barack Obama cancelled his appearance at the Honors.
Scott Weiland passed away in his sleep while on a tour stop in Bloomington, Minnesota.
The Super Bowl is set for Feb. 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Jenner and singer Taylor Swift dominated the photo-sharing platform’s list of the top 10 most liked images of 2015.
Letterman graduated from Ball State in 1969.
Bono is a launching an all-star campaign featuring “once-in-a-lifetime experiences” that can be won after donating at least $10 to his organ…
With only a reported $35 million budget, “Creed” is already likely to turn a tidy profit.
The wrongful death lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court accuses Jean Kasem of elder abuse.
Nielsen Music said Monday that Adele will almost certainly break the one-week record for album sales.
The candidates will get the time on each of the 18 NBC stations in those three states.
The option is designed for people who don’t want to risk offending a former husband, wife, girlfriend or boyfriend.
the former “Two and a Half Men” star appeared on NBC’s “Today” to say he tested positive for the virus four years ago.
He said he was diagnosed about four years ago.
The plan has angered some who lost loved ones or survived the fire.
A federal jury reached the surprising verdict at a Brooklyn racketeering trial.
Braxton asked to withdraw from the ABC TV dance contest for medical reasons.