Orlando police say there was a break-in at the Pulse nightclub just hours after law enforcement released the Orlando nightclub to its owner.
Some small Missouri and Kansas towns that’ll offer the best views of next year’s total solar eclipse are trying to prepare for the event.
A 1st Infantry Division soldier was found dead on Friday after an apparent motorcycle accident near Vinita, Oklahoma.
On Thursday, July 21, the President will welcome the Kansas City Royals to the White House to honor the team and their 2015 World Series vic…
A political group in swing-state Ohio is using the game “Pokemon Go” for a purpose beyond catching cute Pikachu: registering voters.
Phil Mickelson is heartbroken, even after one of the greatest rounds in major championship history.
The former chairman of the agency that controls New York City-area airports pleaded guilty Thursday to using his post to get United Airlines…
Dad jokes erupt on Twitter as reports broke of Donald Trump tapping Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) as his 2016 running mate.
“Game of Thrones,” which won a record 12 Emmys last fall including best drama, gets the chance to claim its second top award.
‘I have a gun’ is not the way to say you have a gun on you.”
If you have fond memories of battling King Koopa or tossing barrels as Donkey Kong, you can relive them this fall.
Donald Trump is on the verge of picking his vice presidential running mate, with top contenders told to expect a decision as early as Thursd…
Republican and Democratic national conventions undergo radical transformation from smoke-filled rooms to glitzy, glamorous affairs.
A federal appeals court will hear arguments in September in an appeal that could affect the voting rights of thousands in Kansas.
And, yes, we do discuss the ketchup conflict.
ATLANTA (MEDIA GENERAL) — Video of Royce Mann reading his poem “White Boy Privilege” for a school competition has gone viral this week and t…
A transgender peeper was arrested in Idaho for taking pictures of another woman in a Target dressing room.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she regrets her “ill-advised” public criticism of Donald Trump.