The South Carolina governor says she did have Donald Trump in mind when she criticized the "angriest voices" within the GOP in her State of the Union response.
An intimate track from the long-awaited new album by Los Angeles singer-rapper who stole the show on Dr. Dre's Compton.
Aravena, 48, is known for his socially conscious, sustainable design, often executed at staggering speed and on minuscule budgets.
In a new web series, Jeremy Arambulo presents his illustrated take on an epic — and real — showdown between the Hollywood star and another noted martial artist.
A Los Angeles-based clothing company has identified Joaquin Guzmán's flashy shirt, as seen in his photo with Sean Penn, as one of theirs — and they're seizing the moment of fame with a splashy ad.
Doctors are experimenting with direct primary care, a lower-cost version of cash-only concierge care. Patients pay a flat monthly free for primary care, including email and phone contact.
The band's latest song, "Memory," has the playful quirkiness, infectious beats and jittery observations of the band's earliest work.
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Recorded in early 1993, Buckley's Bob Dylan cover rambles swoonily for six and a half minutes, capturing both a gift for interpretation and a willingness to let songs unfurl slowly and delicately.
FIFA had previously banned both Valcke, its secretary general, and Sepp Blatter, its president, for 90 days, citing an inquiry into allegations of improper payments and mismanagement of funds.
Michelle Obama was trending on Twitter. The orange/yellowish dress by designer Narciso Rodriguez was bought on sale for $628. Neiman Marcus was selling it — the dress is already sold out.
Alex Ovechkin is deep into a pro hockey contract that pays $124 million. That means he has a little extra cash for Powerball tickets. The $1.5 billion jackpot would be more than 10 times his contract.
"There are no indications that the sailors were harmed during their brief detention," the Department of Defense says, confirming the release of nine men and one woman.
Elizabeth Strout's new novel, about an estranged mother and daughter reconnecting during the daughter's illness, is a marvel of quiet simplicity. Reviewer Annalisa Quinn calls it "a true novel."