The Bahamas banned flights from the US and other hard-hit countries in effort to contain coronavirus spread
The Bahamian government is banning travelers from the US and other countries where coronavirus cases are surging in an effort to prevent further spread of the virus in the Caribbean nation.
Coldplay have marked the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Parachutes," by releasing never-before-seen footage from the shoot for their famous "Yellow" music video.
The fired Minneapolis police officer seen in a video with his knee on George Floyd's neck has been arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter, according to Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman.
Joe Biden is marching to the Democratic presidential nomination. The former vice president handily defeated Bernie Sanders on Tuesday in Michigan's primary -- halting the Vermont senator's hopes of a comeback in the state where he'd stunned Hillary Clinton four years ago.
All Spike Lee wants is to use the employee entrance at Madison Square Garden.
A Texas man said he waited for "a lit bit over six hours" at a polling center to participate in Super Tuesday, holding that although the long line deterred other voters, he felt it was his duty to cast a ballot in the Democratic nominating process.
Katherine Johnson, famed NASA mathematician and inspiration for the film 'Hidden Figures,' is dead at 101
For almost her entire life, her seminal work in American space travel went unnoticed. Only recently has Johnson's genius received national recognition.
Pelosi Tells Democrats: Trump 'shredded the truth, so I shredded his speech' After State of the Union
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told House Democrats in a closed-door caucus meeting on Wednesday morning that she "shredded" the President's State of the Union speech Tuesday night because Trump "shredded the truth" in his address, according to one person in the room.
It's hard to believe NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, whose prodigious talent and fiery, win-at-all-costs spirit made him one of the most famous and decorated athletes in history, is gone.
The most diverse field of Democratic presidential candidates in history is now boiled down to a debate stage that lacks black or Latino candidates.