Police say 6-year-old James Robert Hutchinson was killed and thrown into the Ohio River. His mother, Brittany Gosney, and her boyfriend are charged.
The long march to Oscar night is already heating up. Here's who's soaring (Sacha Baron Cohen) and sinking (Tom Holland) in this year's race.
Virginia was poised Sunday to become the first southern state to legalize marijuana after lawmakers approved a bill to permit possession in 2024.
An American Airlines flight from Texas to Los Angeles was diverted to Phoenix after an in-flight passenger altercation. Two women were later arrested.
Sia's "Music" has outraged the autism community, for both the casting of neurotypical actress Maddie Ziegler and for scenes showing use of restraint.
White nationalists across the U.S. are using Christian symbols to spread a message of hate and violence, experts warn. Pastors are pushing back.
Heavy rains pounded Kentucky on Sunday and Monday, sending rivers over their banks and leading to multiple water rescues, mudslides and road closures.
On the final day of the Workday Championship, PGA golfers (and random fans) are donning Tiger Woods' customary red and black to honor the golf legend.
U.S. airstrikes targeted "Shia militants that conducted the strikes," referring to a Feb. 15 rocket attack in Iraq that killed one civilian contractor and wounded a U.S. service member.
Lee Isaac Chung's awards-season sensation "Minari" is an authentically American story, even though the Golden Globe Awards consider it a foreign film.