Shooting has begun on the untitled Han Solo 'Star Wars' movie.
For the second time in two weeks, members of a church on the south side of Indianapolis have found their Jesus statue vandalized, giving it the appearance of being beheaded.
Prosecutors say two teenage boys charged with shooting a 14-year-old girl in the head lured her to a ditch in a small Utah town with a plan to rob and kill her
Former Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee is defending Republican President Donald Trump against what he calls a tiresome "full onslaught" by the "mainstream media" _ and says he can relate to the commander-in-chief's struggles
Andrew Jackson's triumph in 1828 over President John Quincy Adams bears striking similarities to Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton last year
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.
It was a week of problematic statements from President Donald Trump _perhaps none more striking than his contention that his new administration, beset by stumbles, is running like a "fine-tuned machine."
The Los Angeles Lakers have swung their first deal of the Magic Johnson era, agreeing to send Lou Williams to the Houston Rockets for Corey Brewer and a future draft pick
Four weeks in, the man who says he inherited "a mess" at home and abroad is presiding over a White House that is widely described as itself being a mess
In statehouses across the country, lawmakers with loved ones who fell victim to drugs are leading the fight against the nation's deadly opioid-abuse crisis, drawing on sad personal experience to attack the problem
A federal appeals court plans to consider arguments over the constitutionality of Ohio's lethal injection process as the state hopes to start carrying out executions once again