That one-liner pushed one business owner, Quentin Carter, to capitalize on the president’s popular phrase.
One Harlem Globetrotter takes trick shots to dizzying new heights.
McDonald’s worker fired after refusing to serve off-duty Texas police officer and his family.
Daniel Rushing probably won’t be eating Krispy Kreme doughnuts in his car any more.
Could the popularity of Pokémon Go mean Pokémoms and Pokédads are bringing more Pokébabies in the world?
Former Kansas City Royals player and scout Jerry Terrell has been reunited with the 1985 World Series ring he lost nearly a year ago.
Police say the suspect boasted on Facebook that he was going “140 in a 35 mph” zone.
Florida police officer buys new bicycle for 6-year-old girl who lost her treasured wheels to a thief.
Patients of Tennessee dentist urged to undergo testing for HIV and Hepatitis after dental clinic was shut down for “filthy” conditions.
A gunman and his underage driver tried to rob a group of people playing the popular Pokemon Go game.
The auditions are over and the acts that have made the cut take the stage live tonight in Hollywood.
Ethan Dean was living his dream on Tuesday.
Overall, attendance, button and food and beverage sales increased.
Alexandra Harris was given the chance of a lifetime to be a roadie for the band.
The video shows the mother slapping and punching her daughter and berating her for posting provocative pictures online.
Japanese electronics maker Funai Electric Co. says it’s yanking the plug on the world’s last video cassette recorder.
A man admitted he surreptitiously took cellphone video up a woman’s skirt, but a Georgia court said he didn’t break the law.
Newly released footage shows police officers helping survivors flee Orlando nightclub while shooting continues inside.
Authorities say two paramedics engaged in a “selfie war” by taking pictures with incapacitated patients.
State Department spokesman points out reporter playing “Pokemon Go” during Thursday briefing on ISIS.