The literary legend discusses political subtext, working with his son and the occasional crisis of confidence.
Guam is home to about 7,000 U.S. military personnel, strategic bombers and Navy ships within striking range of the Korean Peninsula.
Taylor Swift's mother, Andrea, takes stand, testifies ex-DJ "sexually assaulted" her daughter, but she didn't see it.
I hold them close now when they hurt. I wrap their necks with my arm as I kiss them goodnight. But hugging does not come naturally or easily to me.
The acclaimed writer-director siblings tackle their first TV project, a six-episode Western anthology series called 'The Battle of Buster Scruggs'
For most of us, getting photos of the sun with our tiny smartphones just won’t cut it. But you know what will? A cool time-lapse of the scene on Aug. 21.
Johnson suggests in radio interview that McCain’s cancer and the very late hour might have played role in his dramatic and decisive vote.
Charles Barkley doesn't understand why Kyrie Irving doesn't want to play with a player like LeBron James.
The 'Avengers' actress stars in two very different movies this summer, playing a detective in 'Wind River' and Instagram celeb in 'Ingrid Goes West.'
The nuclear arsenal is plenty robust but probably no more powerful than the day Trump was inaugurated.
In Nashville performance, John Mayer played some new and old tunes, in addition to a song dedicated to Glen Campbell.
Even on a good day, the administration’s foreign policy is characterized by disarray at best and incoherence at worst. That needs to change.
Experts are mixed on whether the North's missiles can reach Guam, and on how much damage they could do.
Dan Scavino Jr. was responding to McConnell blaming Trump for setting “early timelines” as one of the reasons that people believe Congress is getting nothing done.