• NBC dumps Trump after incendiary remarks on Mexicans

    NBCUniversal announced Monday that it would no longer be working with Donald Trump, including on his hit reality show "The Apprentice."
  • Global markets fall as Greece closes banks and twin defaults loom

    U.S. stock markets slid more than 1 percent on Monday after a global sell-off as investors grew increasingly skittish over the prospects of twin debt defaults by Greece and Puerto Rico.
  • How Martha Stewart lost her $2 billion empire

    Martha Stewart Living set the agenda for homemaking for decades.
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  • Reader photos: Epic travel selfies

    Love 'em or hate 'em, June's photo competition highlights one of travel's most controversial photo styles. Explore the finalists!
  • Ten books to read in July

    From stories of the American West and the Space Age to a Scottish detective hunting a mass murderer, these are the best reads for your shelf, writes Jane Ciabattari.
  • Tunisia attack: Tributes for dead as British tourists fly home - BBC News

    Tributes are being paid to victims of the Tunisia beach attack which left 38 dead, including at least 15 Britons. No British victims have been officially identified but the names of some were confirmed by friends and family. It comes as the relatives of others still missing since the gun attack near Sousse desperately await any news of their loved ones.
  • Caitlyn Jenner: The Full Story

    Few recent stories have gripped the public imagination as much as Bruce Jenner's journey from Olympic icon to transgender woman. And no one has had the unfettered access that Jenner and her family gave Buzz Bissinger, who chronicles the fears and doubts, love and courage, and tensions and traumas involved in the transition.
  • The Best Song of the Week is ...Janet Jackson's No sleep

    Here's what was in heavy rotation this week: Selena Gomez teamed up with A$AP Rocky for "Good for You" a track that is almost too steamy for the long hot days of summer. Lianne La Havas proved that a sophomore slump is just a myth for mere mortals with "What You Don't Do."
  • Terror Rampage: Dozens Dead in Attacks Across 5 Countries

    Terrorists launched simultaneous attacks in five countries from Thursday into Friday morning, hitting separate targets in Tunisia, France, Kuwait, Syria, and Iraq within hours of each other. It was not immediately clear whether the attacks were coordinated.
  • Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Had Tea with Prince William And Kate Middleton

    There's only one possible opening line for this article, so we're just going to go for it: Hollywood royalty met British royalty on Friday when Angelina Jolie Pitt and husband Brad Pitt had tea with Prince William and Princess Kate at Kensington Palace on Friday.
  • Why Are So Many Shark Attacks Happening in North Carolina?

    The state has had an unusual rash of incidents, though experts say the water is still safe.
  • Two Nations Show Good News, Bad News for Africa's Elephants

    Visits to Gabon and Tanzania shows the head of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that commitment from the top makes all the difference.
  • Of course Sofia Vergara is the hottest bridesmaid ever

    While nothing can take the spotlight away from a bride, when you ask Sofia Vergara to be your bridesmaid, you are one very brave bride indeed.
  • Donald Trump to Sue Univision Over Miss USA Contract

    Univision has severed its professional relationship with Donald Trump and the Miss Universe organization over remarks made Trump made about Mexican immigrants.
  • American Pharoah vs. Secretariat: Who Would Win?

    The 2015 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah ran the sixth-fastest Belmont Stakes ever, but if he were racing against Secretariat's record time in 1973, he would have been a distant second. Watch the two races side-by-side.
  • Arnold's Back! Five Things to Know About the Terminator

    Making good on his promise, Arnold Schwarzenegger returns for the latest installment of the Terminator franchise, "Terminator Genisys". WSJ's Lee Hawkins goes over five things we learned about Arnold from a recent WSJ interview. Photo: AP
  • It Only Took 5 Months For Billionaire Donors To Set New Records

    WASHINGTON -- It only took five months before the top donor to candidates, political party committees and political action committees in 2015 surpassed the giving of all top donors from the previous election cycle.
  • He's Been Named The 'World's Ugliest Dog,' But We Think He's Beautiful

    If you have to be ugly, you might as well be the best at it.
  • GREEK CRISIS: ATMS RUN DRY

    Greek parliament approves PM's motion to hold referendum on creditors' fiscal reform proposal.
  • Ewa Kopacz i turysci z Kanady. Zobacz jak M. Kaminski tlumaczy..

    Co uslyszeli Kanadyjczycy od polskiej premier? By przekonali Polakow... ze Polska jest piekna.
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  • Podkarpackie po naszej mysli

    Prezentujemy nowy spot wojewodztwa. "Podkarpackie po naszej mysli", to film pokazujacy zmiany jakie zaszly w naszym regionie.
  • Lines form at Greek banks as PM Tsipras calls historic bailout vote

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced an unexpected referendum early Saturday morning, giving the indebted country's people a chance to accept or refuse the bailout deal offered by international creditors Thursday.
  • Woman climbs pole, pulls down South Carolina Confederate flag, gets arrested

    Bree Newsome takes down the Confederate Battle Flag at the South Carolina State Capitol
  • Michael Kors Fall 2015 Ad Campaign

    The American ready-to-wear brand has unveiled the first two images from its Michael Kors Collection and MICHAEL Michael Kors fall 2015 campaigns.
  • Throw Your Teen the Most Epic, MTV-Approved Coming-of-Age Party for $2M

    In Hispanic cultures, many celebrate the coming-of-age of their daughters with a quinceañera on her 15th birthday.
  • Helipads Are Passé: Russian Billionaire Designs Yacht With Its Own Private Jet

    Up until now the real measure of a superyacht’s desirability has been whether or not it’s capable of carrying a helicopter.
  • Historic marriage ruling opens new chapter for America

    Rachel Maddow reviews the profound and historic news events of the past week, leading up to the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality and the subsequent bureaucratic announcements and celebrations across the United States.
  • Why Civic Tech Is The Next Big Thing

    As recently as ten years ago, government was seen as the black plague of the tech world. Bureaucracies move slowly.