Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter of Donald Trump’s bestselling book, 'The Art of the Deal,' has claimed in a recent interview on MSNBC’s show AM Joy that the Republican nominee has a “200-word vocabulary.”
Infants should sleep in the same room as their parents for at least the first six months of their life to prevent sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), according to new pediatrics guidelines.
Nintendo Switch won't be able to play your library of Wii U discs or 3DS cartridges, as Nintendo has confirmed that its upcoming console doesn't feature physical backwards compatibility.
The "Fantasy" singer, ex-husband Nick Cannon and Dem Babies get into the Halloween spirit with a big bash--but Mariah's sexy devil costume steals the show!
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady commented on the NFL's growing problem with domestic violence and its polices, saying he doesn't condone that kind of behavior.
CNET's Shara Tibken gives us the inside scoop on what to expect from the new MacBook ahead of the October 27 event, and what Apple's quarterly earnings report may say about iPhone sales.
More than 200 students and activists opposed to plans to expand a crude oil pipeline rallied outside the Canadian Parliament on Monday, October 24.The protesters oppose proposals from Kinder Morgan, a Texas-based oil and gas company, to expand the Trans-Mountain Pipeline System, which carries crude oil extracted from tar sands in Alberta to British Columbia. Dozens of people were arrested during the relatively peaceful protest, reported CBC. Detained protesters said they trespassed intentionally to bring attention to the issue. Police said those who crossed a security barrier in front of the Parliament building were detained and ticketed but not arrested. Local reports estimated around 100 people were detained. Credit: Instagram/mkehudema
Over the weekend, adult film actress Jessica Drake joined the many women saying Donald Trump made unwelcome sexual advances towards them. On Monday, Trump responded to her allegations.
Giants kicker Josh Brown will not appeal the NFL’s decision to place him on the commissioner’s exempt list as the league reopens its investigation, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.