This story is confusing, exhausting and beneath the dignity of the White House, but here's what's going on.
Turns out, trying to prevent homeless people from using public bathrooms is not such a great idea.
These famous actresses want you to know that sexual harassement and abuse aren't just a Harvey Weinstein problem. They're horrifyingly widespread in Hollywood.
A viral archaeology story has been largely debunked — but that doesn't mean Vikings didn't interact with Muslims.
On Monday, astronomers announced a hugely exciting new discovery: For the first time ever, they've observed two neutron stars colliding — and creating gravitational waves.
At least dozens and possibly hundreds have died. More than a third of Puerto Ricans have no clean drinking water. And FEMA has only enough meals to serve one-tenth of the people who need them.
Twitter says she posted someone's phone number.
NBC News says Farrow didn't have the goods. Farrow's team says the story was just as strong when he was working on it with NBC. Weinstein has a long business relationship with NBC Universal. Here's what we know.
Now that we know more about Harvey Weinstein's actions, it's pretty strange to hear old, lighthearted ribs about something so ugly.
Articles of impeachment were first introduced after Trump fired James Comey.
You may not have heard of Cyrus Vance if you don't live in Manhattan — or even if you do — but he's having a very bad week.
The conversation between Weinstein and a woman he had groped the previous day — as he pressures her to come to his hotel room while he showers — is difficult to listen to.
If you hopped online at all this weekend, you may have heard about a "Rick and Morty McDonald's Sauce Riot." If that sounds like a dumb phrase, it's because a lot of dumb stuff happened. Here's what's going on.
The hurricane killed at least 25 people in Central America and is currently closing in on the northern Gulf Coast. Here's what you need to know about Hurricane Nate.
Here's what you need to know about this mind-blowingly hypocritical company.
The Las Vegas gunman used bump stocks to make semi-automatic rifles fire as quickly as machine guns. Now even the NRA says bump stocks should be more heavily regulated. Here's what's going on.
Justices heard oral arguments on Tuesday.
On Sunday, Spanish police brutally cracked down on Catalans attempting to vote on whether to remain in Spain or form an independent country. Catalans have responded with massive protests against the central government's suppression.
More facts are emerging about the man who killed over 50 people in Las Vegas earlier this week.
Gibson gained followers by claiming to have survived cancer by eschewing conventional medicine and eating a restrictive diet — none of which turned out to be true.
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