The White House will keep funding the cost-sharing reduction subsidies that help support the Obamacare insurance markets — at least for another month.
President Trump is being called out for announcing the end of two business-related councils even though the members of one had already agreed to disband the group and the other was experiencing a mass defection.
A new report from the Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness in New York says one in seven children will be homeless at some point in their elementary school years.
We all know a certain amount of production goes into even the most authentic of reality TV shows, but how genuine are the ones we love the most? Are shows like 'Life of Kylie' or The Bachelor completely staged, or is there still a certain amount of realness to them? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
In wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Milwaukee Bucks guard and NBA Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon gave a wide-ranging interview to SI Now about Confederate statues in America, the 'stick to sports' sentiment and national anthem protests.
Variety reports the actor may have broken his ankle in two places and hurt his hip after failing to leap across a building gap. Sources have estimated a pause in production to Variety of between six weeks to three months.
Jason McDougall, 17, was 16-years-old when he says police officers body-slammed him, sprayed him in the face with mace and repeatedly hit him. He graduated from high school today and then stood beside his attorney for a press conference to announce a federal civil lawsuit against the Maplewood Police Department.
Today's biggest tech stories include Amazon's Insant Pickup service, a massive charitable donation from Bill Gates and Uber's agreement with the FTC to relasease audits for up to 20 years.
September is almost here, which means it is time for major fashion magazines to be debuting some of their most important issues. However…it looks like Vogue Arabia’s covergirl choice of Bella Hadid is causing mixed emotions. What did you think of Bella as Vogue Arabia's cover girl? Let us know down in the comments section!
The phone calls to escort services that led to the removal of former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze came while he was traveling on recruiting trips in the school’s plane, the Wall Street Journal reports.
You can now see a movie a day in theaters for under $10 a month. But the new subscription price point from the MoviePass service has caused one of the company's partners to consider opting out of the program.
We Happy Few is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial in the city of Wellington Wells.