HBO's Last Week Tonight ended with a surprising display of how, as they put it, "any idiot" can buy and sell other people's debts.
Maya de Vitry's powerhouse of a voice shines in this gospel-inspired ode to dreaming of what seems unattainable.
Lifetime's UnREAL brings its fictional reality-show producers back for another season of take-no-prisoners television.
Beekeepers make money renting out hives to pollinate crops. But in California, thefts are on the rise. That's led to a hive shortage that is driving up demand, costs — and more thefts.
Interpreter Zabihullah Tamanna was killed Sunday along with photojournalist David Gilkey. "Zabi," as he was known, was hired by Philip Reeves, who calls the Afghan "a lovely man" with "deep wisdom."
Also: Jordan says terrorists have killed 5 people near the capital, Amman; the U.S. and China are holding their annual diplomatic meeting in Beijing; and today's the start of Ramadan.
Citing the attack's timing to coincide with the first day of the holy month of Ramadan, a Jordanian spokesman calls it "a clear evidence of those terrorists' criminal behavior and extremism."
Threats of 3-5 inches of rain — and the possibility of 8 inches in some places — have people in northwest Florida bracing for floods.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has said he will contest every last vote. But does anyone think he will command as much attention next weekend as he did this past weekend?
During princess day at her dance class, Ainsley Turner wore a weenie costume. And in a lineup next to all the sparkling dresses, she stood straight, beaming with pride.
A seizure caused by fever is frightening, even though they don't harm long term. And a few vaccines do slightly raise the risk of a febrile seizure. But not being vaccinated poses a greater risk.
The political evolution Rep. Renee Ellmers has undergone since 2010 could cost the North Carolina Republican her job in Tuesday's special GOP congressional primary.
A gold and crystal dagger that's in Tut's crypt has been found to have a blade composed of iron, nickel and cobalt. A material so valued, that at the time it was dubbed "iron from the sky."