Edward Albee ushered in a new era of American drama with “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Three Tall Women.”
Matthew Apperson, 37, is convicted of attempted second-degree murder for firing at the ex-neighborhood watch volunteer.
The retired U.S. Army general discussed the Jewish state’s nuclear weapons capability with a friend, saying it has 200 warheads.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus were outraged, and one called the GOP nominee a “cheap racist.”
At an event, the GOP candidate said, "President Barack Obama was born in the United States, period."
Shortly after Trump called him "not smart enough," Mark Cuban said be would pay the candidate in exchange for a four-hour interview.
The Democratic candidate slams her opponent for his role in the birther controversy that sparked questions over the president’s birthplace.
The biggest song of Céline Dion’s career, “My Heart Will Go On,” almost didn’t, in fact, go on, the superstar explains.
He came into office in 2009 promising "the most transparent administration in history."
The Republican nominee remains unwilling to say that President Obama was born in the United States.
Megan Rapinoe continues her Colin Kaepernick-inspired protest before a U.S. national team match.
A group of lawmakers paints the former NSA contractor as a disgruntled employee who compromised our national security.
U.S. regulators step in on a formal recall following reports that a few dozen devices exploded or caught fire.
The Democratic nominee says she is "doing great" after taking three days off to battle pneumonia.
The GOP candidate says his economic plan would create 25 million new jobs over the next 10 years.
The Democratic nominee has kept at the theme, even as Donald Trump uses it to criticize her.
The GOP candidate's target growth rate echoes the one once offered by former rival Jeb Bush.
The candidate’s son accuses the press of being Clinton’s “No. 1 surrogate,” warning what it would do if Republicans acted the way she does.
New factors are creating risks in the markets that regulators didn’t foresee when addressing the 2008 wipeout, experts say.