A 9-year-old Pensacola boy is being lauded as a hero by his family after helping to pull his father out of the water after a serious diving accident at Quietwater Beach.
Facebook took down post from President Trump's personal page of a Fox News interview in which he said that children are "almost immune" from COVID-19.
Daisy Coleman, focus of 'Audrie & Daisy,' a Netflix documentary about sexual assault, has died at 23. The activist was planning a new documentary.
In a conversation with Gwyneth Paltrow, which streamed live on YouTube Wednesday, Cameron Diaz discussed why she stepped back from her acting career.
Our View: Extending $600 a week may be too much, but under the Republican plan, states would have to calculate 70% of lost income for every applicant.
Opposing view: Congressional negotiators debating whether to extend federal unemployment benefits should support the Senate Republicans' plan.
Returning to our roots: Black Americans are redefining relationship to the land with gardening, farming
For these Black gardeners and farmers, part of the appeal of tending to the soil is a sense of pride and empowerment.
Reports of Dr Pepper shortages across the country have made their way to social media. High demand for aluminum cans could be to blame.
The Trump campaign has asked to move up the last debate to the first week in September if the election commission denies their request to add a fourth debate.
The U.S. wants "untrusted" Chinese apps removed from U.S. app stores, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday, calling out TikTok and WeChat.
Visitors and residents violating Chicago's 14-day quarantine after travel to COVID-19 hot spots are subject to fines of $100 to $500 a day.
The White House's lead negotiators said they might halt talks on a stimulus package if a deal is not reached by Friday.
Sea ice affects Arctic wildlife and helps regulate the planet's temperature. July's totals hit a record low, scientists say.
Approval of the Supreme Court increased four percentage points since September 2019 and seven percentage points since September 2018.
The vote virtually assures Missouri will be the 38th state to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper contradicted President Trump on the cause of the blast that killed at 135 people and wounded 5,000.
Celebrities, such as Salma Hayek, Halsey and Ariana Grande, are using their platforms to raise awareness about the tragic explosion in Lebanon.
NCAA releases requirements for schools hoping to play fall sports, leading Division III to cancel fall championships
The NCAA on Wednesday released a set of requirements for all schools wishing to complete fall sports competition during the coronavirus pandemic.
Clay had held the seat since 2001 after succeeding his father, former Rep. William Lacy Clay, Sr., who won it in 1968.
Journalist Nadia al-Faour was at the vet when the Beirut explosion struck: "I will miss Loulou as I walk the streets of a broken city."