Less than a year after "Lover," Taylor Swift surprised fans Thursday with news that her eighth studio album, "Folklore," will be released at midnight.
Just two days after Antonio Brown seemingly teased retirement, he urged the league to complete its investigation into him so he can talk to teams.
Hotels have rolled out a slew of cleaning and safety programs, and the hotel industry's major trade group released a checklist for guests
The New York State Liquor Authority issued a Q&A Tuesday that offers more clarity on what is and is not allowed at bars in the COVID-19 era.
Lane Bryant, Ann Taylor owner files for bankruptcy protection due to COVID-19, closing all Catherines stores
Ascena Retail Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and plans to close all Catherines stores and a significant number of Justice stores.
Derek Chauvin, ex-Minneapolis officer charged with killing George Floyd, is now facing tax evasion charges
Derek Chauvin and his wife allegedly underreported their income for years in Minnesota and also didn't file state taxes some years.
FBI believes Chinese researcher with links to Beijing's military in hiding in consulate in San Francisco
The FBI believes that a Chinese scientist with links to Beijing's military is hiding out in China's consulate in San Francisco to evade arrest.
Early success of COVID-19 vaccine candidates fuels optimism, but experts warn 'a lot has to go right'
USA TODAY created a panel of experts to estimate how far we are from when a COVID-19 vaccine will be available to all Americans.
During his homecoming football game at The Citadel, Tereis Drayton's dad, Staff Sgt. Demond Drayton, sneaked up behind him for a homecoming surprise.
Katie Ledecky would have been in Tokyo this week, where she likely would have added to her trove of Olympic swimming medals.
Southwest said the customer reaction to its seating policy has been "very positive.'' Delta has said it plans to extend its policy beyond Sept. 30, too.
Thursday marks 10 years since British-Irish band One Direction came together on "The X Factor U.K." We rank the best songs from their five albums.
The NFL is pressing on to have a "full" season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Players who bear brunt of risk were right to push back in labor talks.
Major League Baseball's opening day has been delayed, for obvious reasons, but here's who will be kicking off the season.
In search for COVID face masks, PPE and supplies, the government turned to rookie middlemen. Lawsuits, canceled orders and finger pointing followed.
Start dates for back-to-school are quickly approaching, and most major U.S. school districts are choosing to reopen fall 2020 with online learning.
Many colleges still are planning for an in-person, masks-on, socially distant fall semester. But what if students contract COVID-19 outside of class?
Teachers don't need Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos to lecture us about how children should be in school. We know it. But we also have to keep them safe.
Portland mayor tear-gassed by federal officers, warns 'somebody's going to die' during chaotic protests
"President Trump needs to focus on coronavirus and get his troops out of the city," the Portland mayor told activists Wednesday.