A University of Kentucky basketball player is apologizing for the "poor choice of words" he muttered under his breath following the team's stunning loss to Wisconsin on Saturday.
Blinky and Pinky on the Champs Elysees? Inky and Clyde running down Broadway? Power pellets on the Embarcadero?
Gov. Mike Pence unleashed a firestorm on Indiana last week when he signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
President Barack Obama will visit Kenya this summer, the White House announced Monday, his first visit to the country since being elected President.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a major shot at Hillary Clinton on Sunday, saying the country needs a "new perspective" and "new leadership" in the 2016 election.
Police are on the scene following an incident at NSA headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
This short film takes you into the world of this up-and-coming model, whose life has not always been picture perfect.
Two men tried to ram the main gate to enter the headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland on Monday, according to a federal law enforcement official briefed on the probe.
'The Rock' plays Obama on 'SNL'
A building collapsed in a heavy traveled section of New York's East Village. The cause is under investigation.
Two reports released within moments of each other have served to highlight how African-Americans and Latinos have overcome many obstacles in order to strive toward success.
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced that legendary songwriter Diane Warren has written a new original song titled “You Will” for Oprah Winfrey and it will serve as the anthem for the network.
As "Empire" airs it's season finale, Don Lemon asks a collection of guests to respond to the controversy surrounding the wildly successful tv show
It has been five years since I started Let's Move!, an initiative to address childhood obesity and help all our kids grow up healthy. And as we mark this fifth anniversary, we're celebrating how far we've come, we're challenging ourselves ...
A Justice Department report found "serious deficiencies" in the Philadelphia Police Department's use of force, finding nearly half of officer-involved shootings were of unarmed suspects who were mistaken for being armed.