The Powerball lottery jackpot has reached $700 million, the second-highest jackpot in US history...
On “America's Got Talent,” an “insanely dangerous” stunt goes completely wrong, and in the aftermath, Mel B storms off the set.
There are few true crime cases that captivated the nation like the murder and disappearance of Laci Peterson. With the new A&E documentary series, The Murder of Laci Peterson, there’s a renewed interest in the case - and it appears that a new generation is learning the chilling details of the murder. One of the most common questions about the case is what was the pregnant 27-year-old's official cause of death when her body was found in 2003 - it turns out, the answer isn’t a simple one. According to Laci’s autopsy, by the time the body was discovered in April (more than four months after her disappearance), it had been so far along in the process of decomposition, it was impossible for the coroner
Meghan McCain isn't keeping quiet about the hateful and hurtful comments being directed at her dad, Sen. John McCain, who is currently battling an aggressive type of brain cancer. Well, that didn't sit well with Meghan McCain, who took to Twitter, writing, "I wouldn't wish seeing this about your own father on my worst enemy. Anti-McCain sentiments among Trump and his supporters increased after McCain voted against legislation aimed at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.
Renowned body builder, Dallas McCarver, has died at the age of 26, the Boca Raton Police Department confirms to PEOPLE
Two black students who were with the girls in MAGA hats say they advised them to take them off before entering the HBCU. Students who were on a school trip with a pair of teens who caused controversy by wearing Make America Great Again hats to Washington, DC's Howard University said they advised the Trump supporters against wearing the paraphernalia to the historically black college. Allie Vandee and Sarah Applequist sparked anger when they walked onto the campus Saturday wearing MAGA hats and other Trump gear, inflaming tensions that had already been stoked by President Trump's response to the neo-Nazi and white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. In interviews with BuzzFeed News, the Trump-supporting
"Me, personally, I think she was on meth," said Bullock County Sherrif Raymond Rodgers.