This year's Video Music Awards brought in more than 860,000 viewers — up about 37% from last year. Is MTV having a moment?
A year after dozens of migrants arrived on the island of Martha's Vineyard in what was widely seen as a political stunt, their unusual arrival has proven a significant legal advantage.
Forecasters say to expect potentially heavy rains, flooding and high winds Friday and Saturday — as Hurricane Lee churns through the northern Caribbean and takes aim at the Northeast.
Climate change is making insuring crops more risky, but the federally subsidized crop insurance program's payouts are up 500%. With a new Farm Bill coming, critics want to rethink the program.
Newly disclosed evidence revealed an apparent conflict of interest for Biden adviser Anita Dunn, when she consulted for an Illinois politician facing #MeToo related allegations in 2018.
Bipartisan negotiators like Romney are rare, and his departure could lead to a more divisive Senate. He's the only Senate Republican to twice vote to convict ex-president Trump in impeachment trials.
Capitol Hill saw a historic gathering of tech industry leaders — all in the name of AI. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer explains why he's still hopeful they can pull off a plan to regulate AI.
Authorities in Pennsylvania have caught an escaped convict who had been on the run for two weeks after fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend.
Animal rights activists on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are advocating for a giraffe named Benito who's living in a park in Juarez, Mexico to be moved to a proper zoo or wildlife sanctuary.