This Monday, instead of celebrating Christopher Columbus, some cities and schools are honoring the people he encountered in the New World and their descendants.
The stock market seems to have finally stabilized after a pretty rough patch. But are investors really in the mood to take on more risk?
A Fox News contributor with a history of inflammatory and racially charged analysis has generated a new uproar with his defense of Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson's recent comments on the Holocaust.
Hillary Clinton said she felt "drained" after tearing up on the campaign trail in 2008 when a woman asked her a game-changing question: "How do you do it?"
Jim Carrey's former girlfriend Cathriona White was laid to rest Saturday morning, and Carrey came to pay his respects.
Singing and dancing as she performs in a school assembly, Younis looks for all the world like a typical Kenyan teenager, with a beaming smile and a grey and maroon uniform.
The last secretary of state to accede to the presidency was James Buchanan, and that was 158 years ago. And there's a reason for that.
Rep. Tom Cole and Rep. Raul Labrador speak exclusively with Dana Bash about the House Republican's Benghazi investigation and the race for House Speaker.
Most series don't even get discussed much in their sixth season, but The Walking Dead, as one of television's most popular shows, isn't like many others. It's not a sitcom on autopilot. It's not a procedural solving a crime of the week. In many ways, despite its lack of Emmy prestige and the dismissiveness in some corners over the fact that it's a genre series, The Walking Dead is an elite, top-tier series.