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Daniels' manager says Trump's lawyer invalidated a nondisclosure agreement, allowing her to speak out.
SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy on Tuesday; it's the world's most powerful rocket.
Former Trump associate Paul Manafort was reportedly put under surveillance following a probe into his business dealings in 2014.
A new documentary about the rise of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg comes out in select theaters Friday, May 4.
Authorities have a few options for getting the boys out of the cave, but expected monsoon rains could complicate things.
The Academy Awards are full of uncertainties and toss-ups. Are there any strategies that might improve predictions?
The song "1-800-273-8255" is named after the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Vice President Mike Pence will be joined by Fred Warmbier, the father of the college student who was in custody in North Korea and later died.
Prepare to spend more time in Hawkins, Indiana. The creators of "Stranger Things" have confirmed they're working on season three.
From everyday problems to unjust policies, we're highlighting obstacles often faced by the gay community.
These women are redefining what womanhood means by paving their own way in what people think is a man's world.
Exploring foreign policy and international affairs in a new way.
Trump Tweets About Firing Flynn, Democratic Outrage Over Pace Of Tax Bill Passage, Supermoon Coming Sunday
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said the company discovered that information from up to 57 million user accounts may have been compromised.
The president outlined the four pillars of his immigration and border security plan.
Japanese engineers think their two new humanoid creations can help forge a new way of making robots move more like humans.
The winner was decided by drawing a name out of a bowl after a recount declared a tie.
President Trump reportedly used a vulgar slur to describe some African nations back in January. But it wasn't discussed with the Nigerian president.
Labor unions took off in the 1800s as a way to bridge the gap between employers and workers. But now they're in decline.
Six months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, one family of evacuees has resettled in Chicago's Puerto Rican community.