st off a three-week vacation in the Hamptons, Hillary Clinton used her first day back on the speaking circuit Thursday to address the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, applauding President Obama for his response to the protests and calling for a nationwide effort to improve racial inequalities that she said still persist in the American justice system.
Joan Rivers is "resting comfortably" after she was hospitalized Thursday, her daughter said.
For the second time this week, clashes over shrinking legroom on a commercial airplane made tempers so hot that a flight had to be diverted from its intended destination.
CNN and cnn.com reported that actor and comedian Robin Williams has been found dead.
Earlier today, actress Kristin Chenoweth updated fans on her mysterious injury that she had been tweeting about this week.
An Emmy-winning TV reporter in California is drawing her own headlines, accused of shoplifting thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.
An American flag hangs outside the Falls Church, Virginia, home of Maj. Gen. Harold Greene. Two stars are visible in the window, reflecting his rank.
Nancy Writebol, an American nurse with Ebola, has landed in Maine, a stop on her trip from Liberia to Georgia for treatment.
Kim Kardashian's trip to Thailand earlier this year was eye-opening. However, it could have been even more life-changing than it actually was: The reality TV star briefly contemplated adopting a local orphan named Pink.
Fired Ohio State University marching band director Jon Waters says the findings of an internal investigation into the band’s culture were inaccurate -- and that he worked to improve the program’s culture before the investigation began.