Delta Air Lines developed its own rules restricting emotional-support animals to reduce disturbances on flights, for lack of federal regulations.
The country singer, who is celebrating her 72nd birthday, is recognized for Smoky Mountains Rise telethon and breaking two Guinness records.
As the 22nd minute approached, the crowd rose to pay homage to a teammate who'd passed away. No one would forget the unplanned tribute that unfolded on the field.
A year after President Trump moved into the White House, many of the Christian conservatives who helped put him there are counting their blessings.
The pope’s remarks on Thursday drew shock from Chileans and immediate rebuke from victims and their advocates.
As I look back a year later, the inauguration seems like the first drop of rain in Noah’s flood — a flood of divisiveness that could drown us all.
This is not 'armchair psychiatry.' It's a call for a responsible, thorough and accurate assessment that prevents irresponsible conclusions.
A double tanker hauling gasoline and diesel fuel exploded on Interstate 15 in Salt Lake City, temporarily stopping traffic in both directions on Thursday. Officials say no one was hurt. The driver told police he believes his brakes caught fire. (Jan. 19)
Four-time Olympic medalist Julia Mancuso has announced she will retire after a goodbye run in a World Cup downhill Friday
Dylan O'Brien: 'Maze Runner' no longer 'tainted' by set injury after completing 'Death Cure'
Dylan O'Brien expresses relief and gratitude after completing 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' following his 2016 set injury.
Josh McSwiggan drilled four from long range to total 15 points as Portland held on for a 55-49 win over San Diego to halt a six-game losing streak and garner its first West Coast Conference win
As the 2018 Women's March and sister marches converge on Saturday and Sunday has anything changed for marginalized women?
"It's everything," promises singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard's long-awaited digital offering. "We didn't want it coming out in dribs and drabs."
Yancarlos 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.