The label became a viral phenomena back in spring 2015 when a blogger mom shared she gifted it to her son’s daycare teacher. We totally see why.
"I would do it again," the former DNC chairwoman said about not immediately firing an IT worker who was arrested on bank fraud charges.
One legal expert said Michelle Carter's sentence in the texting manslaughter case was lenient, but another said she should have received no time.
McCain is in a more reflective place in his long Senate career as he faces a serious health challenge and undergoes chemotherapy for brain cancer.
Sea turtles have been roaming the oceans for the past 100 million years. Now, their future is uncertain. Six of the world’s seven species of sea turtles are classified as endangered.
Back pain affects millions of lives, but Vanderbilt University engineers are developing something that might prevent it: smart underwear.
Statistics show 700 to 900 women die in the U.S. from pregnancy or childbirth-related causes, 65,000 almost die
Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda will build a new $1.6 billion vehicle assembly plant in the U.S. with 4,000 jobs by 2021.
Death Valley set record for hottest month in U.S. history with average temperature of 107.39 degrees
With an average temperature of 107.4 degrees in July, Death Valley set the record for hottest month at a single location in U.S. history.
Fire is engulfing a high-rise residential tower in Dubai in the middle of the night, sending plumes of smoke into the air and debris falling below.
The move would give Mueller, a former FBI director, enormous power to subpoena documents and compel witnesses to testify under oath.
ABC has postponed the second high-profile TV musical, 'The Little Mermaid,' following NBC's decision to table 'Bye, Bye Birdie'
Facebook pledged to do a better job of distinguishing between the people spreading hate speech and the people condemning it.