Remember the Hobo Hill House? The ball-playing ghost children? The glowing Dobby creature? We have the latest updates from people whose true-life ghostly encounters went viral in 2019.
The Supreme Court will weigh in on whether transgender and LGBTQ employees are safe from discrimination under a federal law.
A pregnant mom-to-be had to miss her maternity shoot after she was put on bedrest. Then her husband stepped in.
"Friends" was beloved for its themes of unconditional love and life as twentysomethings. But there were some problems with the iconic television show.
Bstroy's line of sweatshirts printed with the schools affected by gun violence, upset many on social media.
Jessie Au and Guil Wientjes, retired pharmaceutics professors, were allegedly removed from a United Airlines flight for "threatening" behavior.
Walt Disney World reportedly banned an intoxicated woman for slapping a cab driver, who refused to give her a cigarette, and kicking a police officer.
The organizers behind "Storm Area 51" Facebook event canceled AlienStock for a "top-secret" event in Las Vegas.
The pregnant Denver teacher had no choice but to lie down on the sidewalk in front of school.
A new Instagram account called Brown Skin Matters, started by a mom, helps families of color identify pediatric skin conditions — and possibly save lives.
Chanel Miller has revealed herself as Brock Turner's sexual assault victim, in a new interview and upcoming memoir.
Disney Cruise Line came under scrutiny for allegedly ditching employees on Castaway Caye during Hurricane Dorian.
Tupi Saravia, a travel influencer in Argenina, admitted to adding the clouds after someone called her out on social media.
Joseph McKinney of Leander, Texas, didn't enjoy his stay at the Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront Hotel in Florida last week.
Oklahoma City TV news anchor Alex Housden apologized to her black coworker Jason Hackett for joking that he resembles a gorilla.
The View co-host is swearing off social media one day before the one-year anniversary of his death.