"Girls" star and creator Lena Dunham walked the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, for the premiere of her mother Laurie Simmons' debut movie, "My Art." (April 24)
Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday that the United States will honor a refugee resettlement deal with Australia that President Donald Trump once dubbed "dumb." (April 22)
President to congratulate her record-breaking stay on the International Space Station.
Deputy pressed into service helping to corral a 6- to 7-foot injured alligator.
Michigan utilities, industries, farmers use ground and surface water essentially for free.
Here are the top stories for Sunday, April 23: French presidential candidates Le Pen and Macron expected to advance in election; Islamic State militants have attacked an Iraqi police base; Pirates return off Somalia; Britain's royals cheer on runners.
The nation's oldest presidential library is bundling all of its Holocaust materials.
Her death remains surrounded by questions, rumors and wild speculation.
An American Airlines flight attendant has been suspended after video of an incident between him and several passengers surfaced online.
56-year-old Erin Moran, who was best known as 'Joanie' from 'Happy Days, has passed away in Harrison County, Indiana.
From the half pipe to stairs, this puppy and his skateboard can handle it all!
More musicians are using new ways of shooting music videos to reach smart phone users. Country newcomer Bailey Bryan’s vertical music video for “Own It” tells her story through the lens of her phone apps.
At least three people were detained and two injured in election night protests in Paris on Sunday, as protesters burned cars and dodged riot police. Demonstrators protested far-right leader Marine Le Pen advancing to the May 7 runoff election.
“This is a devastation of a family,” the city's mayor said of the Queens blaze.
Patsy Lisak knows what it's like have your life shattered by a brutal sexual assault.
Elvis Presley bought the Memphis house in 1956 and lived there a little over a year.
A new study sounds the alarm on whales being struck by boats, ships, and other vessels. It suggests the number of collisions are much higher than you'd think.
CDC says at least 500,000 females in U.S. have undergone genital mutilation.
Two accusers provided testimony in March against a priest accused of child sexual abuse.
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry cheered on thousands of London marathon runners from the sidelines of the race on Sunday. (April 23)
Most parents flip their child's car seat forward-facing too early, and loved ones who know better often don't speak up.
Sheryl Sandberg's new book, "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy," recounts the death of her husband, her grief, and how she recovered from it, including returning to work at Facebook.
Highlights of this day in history: An aborted mission to free American hostages in Iran ends in disaster; Ireland's 'Easter Rising' begins; Armenians face mass deportation during World War I; Singer Barbra Streisand born.
Some say Williams died at the hotel, but in fact, he may have been inadvertently killed.
Experts share what a community or family can do to prevent children from becoming victims.
While they ponder the sentencing of a convicted killer, jurors are learning about the life of a slain Pennsylvania state trooper.
Partial official results from France's first-round presidential election show far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron leading. The two will advance to the May 7 runoff, after most rivals conceded defeat.
Partial official results from France's first-round presidential election show far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron leading. The two will advance to the May 7 runoff, after rivals conceded defeat.
Three more prisoners face lethal injections as the Supreme Court weighs the death penalty.
The 5,531-acre fire that has torn through Golden Gate Estates is now 20 percent contained.