The White House released the Trump family's first official Christmas portrait on Thursday -- capturing the president and first lady holding hands and smiling as they posed nestled between flags and Christmas trees.
NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports on new developments in the investigation of allegations against Matt Lauer. Lauer’s first accuser’s attorney criticizes NBC’s protection of his client’s anonymity, as another woman is accusing Lauer of inappropriate behavior.
In September 2012, researchers put a tracking device on a 3,456-pound great white shark and named her Mary Lee. Now, after five years of tracking, the signal has gone silent. No one has heard from the animal in six months. Has the 50-year-old shark bit the dust? Probably not, says Chris Fischer, who leads ocean research expeditions and was part of the team that caught and tagged her. “She’s fine,” Fischer tweeted. “Just batteries done in her tag. She’s been amazing for sharks, science and the future. Now time to let her be.” He later said that they might see a response from her tag at a later date, but they might not. Ocean research organization “OCEARCH” has tagged and tracked dozens of animals
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) on Thursday tried to mock supporters of net neutrality, the rule repealed by the FCC that had required Internet service providers to treat all traffic equally.
Star Wars fans were fuming after a screening of "The Last Jedi" at a theater in Burbank had audio issues.
Way to churn up some intrigue, Kaley Cuoco. “The Big Bang Theory” star Cuoco teased viewers of the CBS comedy on Thursday with a mysterious photo of herself on the set of the show, and a challenge to her fans. The photo depicted Cuoco gripping the handle of a wooden instrument, as her castmate Johnny Galecki looked on with a puzzled expression on his face.
Twitter doesn't agree with Matt Damon's thoughts on sexual misconduct.