Simon & Schuster's own workers are rejecting what they call the legitimising of white supremacy.
She's playing Bonnaroo with U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Weeknd.
George Lucas will open a US$1 billion Museum of Narrative Art in LA.
Donald Trump isn't ruling out a meeting with Tsai Ing-wen in the US.
A rescue operation is underway to help the stranded riders down.
The shocking moment a man's e-cigarette exploded was captured on CCTV.
Researchers in the US say they've found the exact spot where the first pilgrims arrived and settled almost 400 years ago.
If there was a 'Grandpa of the Year' award, it would have to go to Paul Gregg - who built a rollercoaster park in his backyard for his grandkids.
Rudolph Giuliani stated that in the "eight years, before Obama came along, we didn't have any successful radical Islamic terrorist attack in the United States".
A New York pizzeria owner and his son have been found guilty of importing more than 50kg of cocaine into the US from Costa Rica, in a case born out of a probe into an Italian organised crime group's drug trafficking activities.
The former US Marine who shot dead three police officers released a series of videos in recent weeks that offer insight into his motives.
Scientists urge conservation efforts to save bird species across North America that are in danger of declining to the point of extinction.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe torture can be justified to extract information from suspected terrorists, according to a new poll.
Good news: cutting down use of aerosols saved the ozone layer. Bad news: it might have made global warming worse.
There is new evidence ships and planes lost at sea in mysterious circumstances were caught in massive methane burps rising from the bottom of the ocean.
Amazon says it plans to restore an encryption feature on its Fire tablets after customers and privacy advocates criticised the company for quietly removing the security option when it released its latest operating system.
The Zika virus is discouraging many Americans from travelling to Latin America and the Caribbean, with 41 percent of those aware of the disease less likely to take such a trip.
More than 3100 pregnant Colombian women are infected with the mosquito-borne Zika virus, President Juan Manuel Santos says.