Relive the best moments of this year’s NCAA tournament with the classic "One Shining Moment" montage.
Broward County sheriff's deputies were called to a popular teen meet-up area, a McDonald's parking lot, Thursday afternoon. The police were there ostensibly to breakup a fight, not start one.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough cracked up laughing — and co-host Mika Brzezinski was left speechless — after watching video of Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) flop during his attempt to trip up John Kerry during a congressional hearing. The Kentucky Republican grilled Kerry, a longtime senator and former Secretary of State, on his credentials, and Massie was widely mocked online after his efforts to undermine Kerry’s credibility fell well short of their mark. “Oh, my,” Brzezinski finally
A SoftBank managing director and a “Rise of the Rest” investment fund executive are among the keynote speakers at this year’s eMerge Americas tech conference, April 29-30, at the Miami
Some of these miiiight be worth skipping! The NFL’s schedule was released Wednesday night, and for a second consecutive year, Thursday Night Football games seem not so poopfest-y anymore. That’s great!
Who will advance to Monday’s title game?
Now that the schedule has been released, let's look at how we'll be spending our Thursday nights this fall
YouGov poll finds Americans consider the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament as the third-most exciting events on the calendar.
The 19th Democrat to announce his 2020 White House bid picked ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos for his announcement cycle’s first sit-down. Massachusetts Sen. Seth Moulton broke the Monday news on Good Morning America, getting out ahead of former Veep Joe Biden, who this week will formally announce the worst kept secret of this [