Frank Sinatra Jr., who carried on his famous father’s legacy with his own music career, has died. He was 72.
One of the guns that found at the hideout of “El Chapo” is associated with Fast and Furious.
Justin Bieber has settled a lawsuit by a photographer who accused the singer of kicking and punching him outside a Southern California .
“Indiana Jones” is swinging back into theaters with Harrison Ford reprising the iconic role and Steven Spielberg directing.
Wichita State won the First Four game of the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament Tuesday.
An arrest report details what was seized from the home of reality TV star “Chumlee.”
Bill Cosby’s wife says she shouldn’t be subjected to “outrageous questions” about her sex life.
The maker of an upcoming PBS miniseries about groundbreaking pop music says the show is reconsidering scenes with Dr. Luke.
Sarah Palin has given more details on the injuries her husband suffered in a snowmobile accident in Alaska.
Widespread flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi has damaged thousands of homes.
Michael Jackson’s estate has agreed to sell its remaining stake in a lucrative music catalog to Sony Corp. for $750 million.
Todd Palin, husband of Sarah Palin, has been “in a bad snow machine accident” Sunday night and is hospitalized.
PlayStation Vue, which had been limited to major cities during its first year, will start at $30 a month in the new regions.
An Amtrak statement says the train was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago early Monday when it derailed.
Moviegoers didn’t have much to go on with the mysterious “10 Cloverfield Lane,” but the words “Cloverfield” and “J.J. Abrams” were enough.