The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which presents the Golden Globe Awards for film and TV, has announced plans for what it calls "transformational change."
Singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette said she has tried to find an upside to the past year, which included a pandemic and widespread discord.
On March 7, 1945, the U.S. 1st Army crossed the Rhine at Remagen, Germany after capturing the strategically important, Ludendorff Bridge.
A federal district judge ruled Friday that the deadline to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment "expired long ago" and that that three states' recent ratifications of the amendment do not count.
Attorneys for former President Donald Trump have sent cease-and-desist letters asking that three Republican organizations stop using his name in fundraising materials.
Arizona announced this week it's found a supplier of pentobarbital, a sedative used in lethal injections, and is prepared to resume executions after a nearly seven-year hiatus.
Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, joined other world leaders in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine Saturday.
A U.S. military program to disinter hundreds of unknown remains buried at a national cemetery in Hawaii has identified Army Chaplain Capt. Emil J. Kapaun 70 years after his death in the Korean War.
Jennifer Tilly has announced she is reprising her role of Tiffany on the upcoming Syfy/USA Network horror show, "Chucky."
After multiple one-day teases of springlike warmth amidst an overall chilly end to meteorological winter, good news is in store for many fans of warm weather across the central and eastern United States.