Alec Baldwin and Gabrielle Union's new movie, "The Public," tackles many things, including "fake news."
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit over whether the Commerce Department can add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census.
Fans are crossing their fingers that Dr. Jane Foster is returning to save the world once again.
A bitter personal dispute over a city's deficit in Connecticut devolved into a challenge between a city councilman and a Board of Education member to take drug tests and publicly post the results.
The Interior Department's Inspector General has opened an investigation into potential ethics violations of several senior executives at the department, according to a letter obtained by CNN.
It's hard to even imagine President Donald Trump's Twitter addiction getting worse, but we may be living through just that right now.
A subsidiary of Google's parent company has become the first drone-delivery company to receive a critical Federal Aviation Administration certification.
The US successfully used the threat of its veto power on the UN Security Council to demand significant changes to a resolution on sexual violence.
There were five Democratic candidates, back-to-back on the same stage at CNN's epic youth-centered town hall in New Hampshire, and all five candidates had to answer the same question: What do you think of Elizabeth's Warren policies?
Things haven't been going terribly well in the UK of late.