At the end of his Comedy Central roast Saturday, Bruce Willis ended the night by declaring that “Die Hard” is not a Christmas movie, ending one of the biggest ongoing debates in pop culture. Fans say otherwise.
Dessandra Thomas, 7, was hit and killed on I-94 in Romulus while going to get help after her dad crashed while allegedly driving drunk, the Michigan State Police said. The girl thought her dad was killed, but he’s now in jail.
Conservative groups have long wanted to restrict the latitude of the EPA and other federal agencies. They will get a chance in the fall, with a Supreme Court case that Brett Kavanaugh could help decide.
Trump voters support President Donald Trump’s decision to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday in Helsinki, Finland even after Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election. It marks the leaders’ first formal summit.
Workers in Powell, Wyoming found marijuana plants growing in the city’s large public planters. Officials had unknowingly tended to the plants for weeks. Police do not know who may have planted the sprouts as a prank.
A City Council candidate in St. Paul, Minnesota, has been arrested on suspicion of violating the state's revenge porn law after a topless picture of his estranged wife was posted to his campaign website.
The controversial fishing practice of catching large sharks from shore could be banned from many of Florida's public beaches, restricted to nighttime hours or subjected to other limits, under options being considered to protect both swimmers and the sharks.
A Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Wisconsin on Monday called his parents' decision to support his Democratic opponent "an intentional personal blow" and a "true representation" of political intolerance.
A federal magistrate judge says a football coach should be allowed to pursue his legal claim that a private Baptist college in Louisiana racially discriminated against him because of his Jewish heritage.