CUCUTA, Colombia -- A few days before Sunday's presidential election in Colombia, several dozen Venezuelans huddled in a small church in the capital of Bogota to pray that voters "wouldn't make a mistake."
They were ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge says he hopes to rule by July 1 on whether Kentucky can carry out its controversial overhaul of the state's Medicaid program that would require some recipients to find jobs, volunteer or lose ...Read more
ATHENS, Greece -- Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces a no-confidence vote Saturday over a landmark agreement he made in a decadeslong name row with Macedonia.
The conservative opposition New Democracy party is ...Read more
LOS ANGELES--The Los Angeles Police Department has not taken basic measures to prevent suicides in its jails, even after more than 100 inmates tried to kill themselves in a five-year span, the department's inspector ...Read more
The California economy cooled a bit in May as employers added just 5,500 net jobs. The unemployment rate held steady at a record low of 4.2 percent, according to data released Friday by the state's Employment Development ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Texas Sen. Ted Cruz leads Democrat Beto O'Rourke 49 to 43 percent in a new poll conducted for one of O'Rourke's Democratic allies.
The new poll was conducted by the Democratic polling firm Greenberg Quinlan ...Read more
Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes and former company Chief Operating Officer Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani have been charged by a federal grand jury of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, the Justice Department ...Read more
Google's latest diversity report, its first since the company's controversial firing of employee James Damore, shows continued struggles in its goal to make its workforce more diverse: The number of women, black and Latinx...Read more
Chris Hardwick's name no longer adorns the Nerdist website he founded, after abuse accusations were levied against an unnamed person by his former girlfriend Chloe Dykstra.
Legendary Entertainment, which acquired Nerdist ...Read more
Does drinking a single serving of alcohol each day reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease or diabetes?
Several observational studies suggest that it could. These reports have found that people who drink ...Read more
D.J. Fontana accomplished more with a snare drum, cymbal and sticks than the Who's Keith Moon did with a 20-piece kit.
With snaps, thumps and pows that six decades later are a standard foundation of pop music, he help ...Read more
"E! News" will soon welcome a familiar face: Giuliana Rancic is coming back this fall as a co-host.
Rancic, who did the job from 2005 to 2015, is the first new host since Maria Menounos was diagnosed with a brain tumor ...Read more
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A U.S. drone strike killed the leader of the Pakistani Taliban, Mullah Fazlullah, the elusive militant who ordered the assassination attempt on then-schoolgirl and future Nobel Peace Prize winner ...Read more
Unions that represent workers at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., are one step closer to requiring the theme park to pay its employees a "living wage."
The Orange County Registrar of Voters has certified that a ...Read more
Apple Inc. has struck a multiyear deal with Oprah Winfrey to produce original content, the technology giant announced Friday.
The iPhone maker has been looking to diversify its revenue beyond the devices it makes and apps...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, will be jailed after being accused of witness tampering, a federal judge ruled after a hearing Friday.
Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III ...Read more
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- The buzz was enthusiastic verging on ecstatic. The tracking suggested a potentially record-breaking opening. But days before the release of the long-awaited Pixar sequel "Incredibles 2," writer-...Read more
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iraq helped fight Islamic State and became a strategic U.S. partner in the Middle East. North Korea, of course, has just refreshed relations with the U.S., or at least with President Donald Trump, after a ...Read more
GLENDALE, Calif. -- Adam Carolla is a comedian, carpenter, podcaster, filmmaker, best-selling author, race car driver and entrepreneur. He also owns more cars raced by the late actor-driver Paul Newman than anyone else.
LOS ANGELES -- Livestreaming from a showroom in Los Angeles' fashion district, Simi Wu enticed an audience half a world away in China with an offer: The bubbly host said she'd give a discount to anyone who could correctly ...Read more
- Chaos in Venezuela may influence who becomes president of Colombia
- Immigrant family separations draw Democrats to the Mexican border
- Greek leader survives no-confidence vote over Macedonia name-change deal
- Greek PM faces no-confidence vote over Macedonia name deal
- Judge plans to rule by July 1 on Kentucky's Medicaid overhaul