These bullet-ridden storage containers and pickup trucks are all that remains after three days of mayhem.
The actress’ co-star in the 2002 film, Shane West, offered some kind words about his longtime friend at the ceremony.
Europe has approved new copyright laws that will change the internet. The problem is that nobody knows exactly how.
OPIS' Tom Kloza believes the real motivation behind President Trump's recent tweet isn't oil — it's rising gasoline prices.
Beware children. April Fools’ Day is nearly upon us. It’s arguably the worst day of the year, but one we stubbornly cling to because of tradition. Tech companies certainly aren’t immune from the draw of building up and instantly crushing the dreams of millions of users, and pranks have become
Donald Trump has said the FBI and justice department will review the case after city prosecutors abruptly dropped charges Chicago city officials on Thursday ordered the Empire actor Jussie Smollett to pay $130,000 to cover the cost of the investigation into his report of a street attack that police say
"Senator McConnell has already indicated that he doesn't intend to bring it up," a Democratic aide familiar with the legislation told CNBC.
The Worcester and Scotland forward will return to action on Saturday seven months after a fractured larynx left him unable to talk and considering retirement Cornell du Preez’s determination to continue his career never dimmed. Not when the doctors told him his throat injury was the kind sustained by car
“The thought that I would, in a way, offend them was not my intention,” the actress said.
When Chanel Reynolds found out her husband, Jose, had been hit by a car while out cycling, she says she was caught unprepared. Here's her checklist to be prepared for life's emergencies.
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Monica Lewinsky said Wednesday she wishes President Bill Clinton’s attorney general treated the independent counsel’s investigation into the Democrat’s administration the same way Attorney General William Barr treated special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.