A white former Oklahoma police officer on trial for the fourth time in the 2014 killing of his daughter's black boyfriend has told jurors he had no choice but to shoot the young man.
Kylie Jenner made a now-rare appearance with her sister Kendall for a double-date night with Travis Scott and Blake Griffin. Also, Demi Lovato opened up like not many celebs do in her latest documentary 'Simply Complicated.' Plus, the latest chapter in the Rob Kardashian vs Blac Chyna saga reveals some messy details from the past. Find out what you missed in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
An appeals court has rejected an attempt to revive a Massachusetts defamation lawsuit filed against Bill Cosby by a woman who says he raped her in a Detroit hotel decades ago
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck suffered a setback while rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgery after practicing with the team over the last two weeks, and will be shut down until further notice.
Tech giant Google has briefed the House and Senate intelligence committees ahead of two Nov. 1 hearings that will examine Russian efforts to influence U.S. elections through social media
Nineteen top state government lawyers are asking a U.S. judge in California to force the Trump administration to make health care subsidy payments that the president abruptly cut off last week
Judge halts execution of man known as Houston area's 'Tourniquet Killer' so authorities can investigate alleged scheme in which the inmate says a fellow prisoner asked him to confess to another killing
Kendall Jenner is at a high point in her modeling career, and it seems she feels it's the right time to go full throttle in her industry. Reports have surfaced that Kendall is looking to be phased out of the long-running KUWTK series as soon as possible, and worries about the potential damage being associated with the show could bring. Do you think this is a good move if the rumors are true? Let us know in the comments below.
On this week's #WellActually, Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson explain how Jalen Ramsey, Marshon Lattimore, and Tre'Davious White are bucking the trend of young cornerbacks struggling early in their careers.