The U.S. 7th Fleet said the aircraft was on the way to the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier when it crashed.
The young stars of Netflix's "Stranger Things" are unfazed by screaming crowds of autograph seekers and global fame. (Nov. 21)
Dozens of sculptures rendered in sugar and flour vyed for first place in the 25th Annual National Gingerbread House Competition.
Walking in, we have two perfect scores and one just shy of perfection (you’re perfect nonetheless, Frankie). So it all comes down to America’s vote.
A quiet and frugal man left $13 million in a scholarship fund that covers up to half the tuition for needy Milwaukee students.
Three Army service members allegedly broke curfew and made improper conduct with women during Trump's stop in Vietnam.
Collin Sexton scored 29 points and No. 25 Alabama beat UT-Arlington 77-76 in a come-from-behind victory
If Dan Hartley and Wisconsin's 500,000-plus deer hunters are able to hunt for another 40 years, it will be hard to top what this season brought him.
David Cassidy had retired from touring earlier this year and revealed he was diagnosed with dementia.
After news spread that the 'Partridge Family' star had died, fellow actors and musicians remembered Cassidy on social media.
We reached out to three experts for their tips on reducing the risk of food-borne illnesses during the holidays. Here's their advice.
The parents of Darren Drake, killed in the terrorist attack on Halloween, plan to sue New York City departments citing an unsafe environment.
Going through the list of baseball's banned for life list reveals a mix of transgressions from gambling to PEDs to speaking out against baseball.
A new report finds a 13% rise in sexual misconduct at the Pentagon against military brass and senior civilian officials.
After quietly getting engaged, the TV personality and daughter of Sen. John McCain has married conservative writer Ben Domenech.
The company was legally obliged to report the breach but instead paid the hackers $100,000 to delete the information.
Huffington said a "New York Post" story that Al Franken groped her in a 2000 photo shoot "trivializes sexual harassment."