Mickey Rooney “wore out” the casting couch by lining up young aspiring actresses for “auditions” that didn’t exist, according to the explosive claims of a new book on the Hollywood legend.
President Trump on Wednesday said Democrats have largely given up on the south and are deliberately stalling relief efforts for Georgia farmers and other residents who were impacted by Hurricane Michael in October.
President Trump on Wednesday said he agreed with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that the Department of Veteran Affairs doesn’t need fixing, but qualified that his administration was responsible for making it better.
A San Francisco man was hospitalized early Tuesday after two women broke into his home, assaulted him, then fled the scene with a BB gun and a Rolex watch, police said.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived by an armored train in Russia on Wednesday ahead of a highly-anticipated summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and amid deadlocked negotiations with the U.S. over the North’s nuclear program.
A California man was arrested on Monday after several construction workers told police they were handcuffed and robbed by a suspect who claimed to be an ICE agent, according to a press release from the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office.
A U.S. judge in Oregon said Tuesday that he intends to grant a preliminary injunction against rule changes by the Trump administration that could cut federal funding from family funding clinics who refer patients to abortion providers.
The U.S. Embassy in Sri Lanka said early Wednesday that the FBI has arrived to help assist the country in investigating the Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 350 people.
An attempt by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, on Tuesday to shame his challenger for associating with the vulgarities of actor Patton Oswalt appeared to backfire after Twitter users accused him of “pearl clutching.”
Sri Lankan’s defense minister on Tuesday said a ‘preliminary investigation’ indicated that the Easter Sunday church bombings by the radical Islamist group were retaliation for the New Zealand mosque attacks last month.
Water from a rooftop pool was seen cascading 600 feet down a Manila skyscraper on Monday as a powerful earthquake ripped through the northern Philippines, damaging multiple buildings and causing at least 11 deaths.
A United Airlines employee who allegedly hurled racial insults at a customer earlier this year faces a charge of disorderly conduct, according to a Monday report that cited court documents.
Sri Lanka took drastic steps Monday to crack down on new potential terror threats by blocking social media and arresting more than dozen after a series of suicide bombings ripped through its capital on Easter Sunday.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Friday said that President Trump’s supporters were similar Bernie Sanders’ supporters because they both feel marginalized and want to tear down the system.
A Michigan father intentionally shot his 2-year-old son in the face during a heated argument with the boy’s mother last Tuesday, prosecutors said.
It turns out that potholes may be good for something after all, like saving lives.
Volume 2 of the Mueller report is a 200-page, $35 million op-ed that amounts to an “impeachment report” for the liberal media and Democrats in the House of Representatives, argued Mark Levin on his Sunday program, “Life, Liberty & Levin.”
An Ohio man who falsely claimed on Wednesday to be Timmothy Pitzen, the Illinois boy who went missing in 2011 at age 6, has a criminal history and was once psychologically evaluated, authorities said on Thursday.
Five members of the brutal Gangster Disciples street gang were found guilty Monday of raping, torturing, and killing a police informant and then stuffing his body into the trunk of car that was left at an Atlanta rail station in the fall of 2016.
A hostile exchange unfolded inside a gas station’s convenience store in San Jose, Calif.Ã‚Â last week between a customer and a storeÃ‚Â employee who demanded that the woman speak English. The confrontation was caught on video.