He became a fan favorite thanks to his story of making it to college football despite an unstable childhood.
The officers are under fire after witnesses used their cell phones to capture footage of them.
The seven minute short movie is called ‘Frozen Fever.’
It’s all thanks to those black glasses he is wearing.
It took more than a plumber to flush this clog in a drainpipe. What rescuers had to do to save the mammals.
In that instant — captured on a police cruiser’s dashboard camera — 15 people were injured, two of them critically.
A study showed that there are more than 46 million cars and trucks on U.S. roads with unrepaired safety recalls.
President Barack Obama officially designated Honouliuli Internment Camp as a national monument during a signing ceremony at the White House.
A number of the tiny cartoon people are now available in six different skin tones.
Alaska Native leaders worry that legalization will bring new temptations to communities already confronting high rates of drug and alcohol a…
Keith Sheldon was taking photos last Friday when he made a startling discovery: an elderly woman frozen to the ground.
A team of 12 surgeons, six anesthesiologists and eight surgical nurses worked to separate the girls.
Lenovo has been shipping laptops prepackaged with malware that makes you more vulnerable to hackers — all for the sake of serving you adver…
Work at all the ports had slowed significantly over a months-long contract dispute, causing huge backups
A measles outbreak last month linked to its Southern California theme parks hasn’t hurt attendance.
Bobby Brown has consistently denied Nick Gordon permission to visit her hospital room.
Could late season buzz around “American Sniper” mean Bradley Cooper wins best actor?
Katayama, a former president of Nissan’s U.S. unit who built the Z sports car into a powerful global brand in the 1970s, has died.
Mariota was clocked at 4.52 seconds in his first run, the fastest of the quarterbacks.
The breakthrough comes after nine months of negotiations and must be approved by the 13,000-member union’s management and rank-and-file.