Highlights of Today in History: Iran releases American hostages; Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy innaugurated as President. (Jan. 20)
Democrats opposed a House-passed spending bill that wouldn't protect immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from being deported.
The nonfatal incident occurred after a pedestrian tried to beat an oncoming train in Fort Lauderdale.
Our TV reporter just got back from two weeks of TV panels and previews. From Rose McGowan's reality show to the 'Grey's' spinoff, we've got your 411.
Ray Evernham, Ken Squier and Ron Hornaday Jr. are the living members inducted Friday. Bob Yates and Red Byron were posthumously elected.
The plan would make New York the first city in the nation to have a congestion-pricing plan as a way to raise revenue to pay for its transit system and encourage less driving.
On Friday, his family said Petty suffered from "unbearable pain" from a fractured hip prior to his death, plus emphysema and knee problems.
The Oscar-winning actress won hearts of 1960s television viewers as the long-suffering mother in the nighttime soap 'Peyton Place.'
University of Texas first D-I public-school athletics program to have at least $200 million in both operating revenues and expenses in same year.
New Tigers AD Allen Greene has big decisions to make regarding a men's hoops program that has made big strides on court despite FBI investigation.
Court documents claim Paul was mowing his yard on Nov. 3 and wearing headphones when Rene Boucher, his neighbor, attacked him.
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney wasn't optimistic Friday evening about the chances of Democrats and Republicans reaching a deal on a spending bill before midnight. Still, he said there's a "good chance" they find a solution by Monday. (Jan. 19)
While both parties point fingers at each other, polls suggest congressional Republicans and Trump would be hurt the most.
ancarlos Mendez's deportation case is now being heard by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. He wants to marry the mother of a paraplegic boy.
The body of Roy Halladay showed evidence of morphine and the sleeping medication Ambien when it was examined after his fatal plane crash.