There were highs and lows during Week 12 of the college football seasons. A look at the winners and losers, led by Michigan, Georgia and Alabama.
"Saturday Night Live" combined the Trump impeachment hearings and "Days of Our Lives" hiatus into a drama-filled cold open.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards will remain the only Democratic governor in the Deep South despite an all-out effort by President Donald Trump.
Pete Buttigieg's rise from 1% in the Register's March poll to the top of it reflects the selling point of Iowa's system, pollster J. Ann Selzer said.
The way Saturday unfolded was good for Colin Kaepernick the celebrity and activist, but it probably won't help him earn another NFL job.
New Disney+ live-action remake of "Lady and the Tramp" re-creates the famed Tony's spaghetti scene and reveals the challenges, and joys, of dog stars.
Colin Kaepernick was unhappy with set-up of an NFL-organized workout, so he held his own. He threw for about 45 minutes and later spoke to reporters.
Britain's Prince Andrew sat down with the BBC's Emily Maitlis to discuss his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and accusations of sexual misconduct.
Transcripts released provided more evidence Trump's July 25 phone call with the Ukrainian president caused concern throughout his administration.
A video shows Pima County Deputy Manuel Van Santen tackling and cursing at a 15-year-old ward of the state who has no limbs.