Former NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Kills Himself in Prison
Aaron Hernandez, the onetime star tight end for the New England Patriots, hanged himself in his prison cell, according to the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
Donald Trump Wins Election, Defeats Hillary Clinton [UPDATED 2:45 a.m. ET]
It's finally over, and it might be the biggest upset in American political history.
Distracted Driver Playing Pokemon Go Sideswipes Police Car in Baltimore [VIDEO]
As the teen said moments later after getting out of his car, "That's what I get for playing this dumb-*** game."
Donald Trump Makes His V.P. Selection of Mike Pence Official Via Twitter
The news leaked yesterday. Today it became official.
Scores Dead in France as Truck Runs Over Crowds of People During Celebration
A man drove a truck through a huge crowd of people at a beach in Nice, France, killing at least 73 and injuring many more. The driver has been killed by police.
Police Call UCLA Campus Shooting a Murder-Suicide; No Gunman at Large [UPDATED]
A gunman shot and killed two people on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles at about 10 a.m. Wednesday (local time), according to university officials. Police, FBI and other law-enforcement agencies are on the scene trying to locate the shooter, who remains at large.
President Obama Nominates Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court
President Obama introduced Merrick Garland in a press conference outside the White House, listing his professional achievements, years of public service and highly respected status in the legal community.
Peyton Manning to Announce Retirement
Peyton Manning, the two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, is expected to announce his retirement on Monday in Denver.
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders Win New Hampshire Primaries
In a major statement against the current political establishment, businessman Donald Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont have won the first primaries of the 2016 election season.
Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
On Wednesday evening, the Baseball Hall of Fame announced its newest members: Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza. Griffey set a record by being named on 99.3 percent of all ballots, surpassing the mark set by Tom Seaver in 1992.