The fall TV season officially kicks off tonight and for NBC, that means the return of “The Voice”.
New government data shows that in most states, the rate of adult obesity is not moving.
Television’s annual celebration of itself is always a big night, but performers and shows this time could be setting records.
A New York auction house says it has sold the first recording contract ever signed by the Beatles for over $90,000.
A Washington state animal shelter says a dog dutifully stood guard for a nearly a week to protect another dog that had fallen in a cistern.
When Pope Francis asks you to make you some coffee, you make him some coffee.
A Michigan boy’s birthday wishes are about to make national headlines because he’s throwing someone else a party.
The Hollywood Reporter surveyed close to 3,000 people in the entertainment industry to complete the list.
Two Texas high school football players say a coach told them to strike a referee during a game.
Witnesses dive into Florida pond after terrifying school bus crash.
There’s a new challenge hitting social media. It’s called “show us your pucker face”.
More than 20 high school students who were suspended Thursday for wearing clothing with the Confederate Flag
The Atlanta Braves’ “Kiss Cam” at Turner Field featured a famous couple Thursday night: former President Jimmy Carter and wife Rosalynn.
An estimated 22.9 million people tuned in for Wednesday’s second presidential primary debate on CNN.
A Utah family was shocked when their soon-to-be 1-year-old received a “Happy 101st Birthday” greeting from President Obama.