The U.S. landscape is filled with myriad objects that are easily visible from the sky, and, while the purpose or source of many is widely known, others are tougher to explain. Take, for example, the giant concrete arrows that dot a number of the nation’s otherwise undeveloped expanses.
A former student at one of the nation’s most elite prep schools, Owen Labrie, is asking for a new trial. Labrie, who was convicted of sexually assaulting an underage student, says his legal team dropped the ball in the original trial.
The Ohio Supreme Court says it will hear a dispute over releasing copies of final autopsy reports in the unsolved slayings of eight family members
Paris Jackson has been raised in a musical dynasty. With her recent appearance at the Grammys, many are wondering if and when we'll see Michael's daughter on the stage. Paris loves music, and has stated that she does write, but will the public ever get the chance to hear it? Heather is joined by the two Mads to discuss. Are you interested to hear what Paris Jackson could bring to the music scene? What do you think it will sound like? Give us your thoughts in the comments section down below.
The mom of a Ohio girl who messaged police on Facebook for help with equations in her homework says the responding officer's engaging approach is what counts, though his math was a little off.
Sports Illustrated's Colin Becht and Pete Mundo discuss the biggest storylines surrounding the Clemson Tigers, Texas Longhorns and more programs that have some big questions to answer when they open their spring practices.
Italy's unstable government was put on notice Wednesday that it may face a possible fine from the European Union for not getting the country's debt levels down to prescribed levels