President Barack Obama’s eight years in office will come to an end in January.
Major League Baseball’s World Series begins Tuesday night.
American singer and songwriter Bob Dylan won the Nobel Literature Prize on Thursday.
What the United States apparently needed in this election campaign season was an undecided voter who had a question.
Maria Sharapova will be able to return to competitive tennis next April, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport reduced her doping ban from 24 months to 15 months.
Elizabeth Murphy and Ryan Barclay were posing for wedding photos along a path in New York City’s Central Park.
American Arnold Palmer, known as “The King” of professional golf, died on Sunday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A popular travel blogger is being criticized for writing only good comments and posting fun videos from a trip to North Korea.
People continue to react to reports that Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie has asked her husband, actor Brad Pitt, for a divorce.
Hollywood honored its televisions stars Sunday night in Los Angeles.