Entertainer Bill Cosby, once known as "America's Dad," was sentenced Tuesday to three to 10 years in a state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home 14 years ago.
Michael Avenatti said Monday night that he has new information regarding allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Avenatti, the lawyer also representing adult film star Stormy Daniels who is suing President Donald Trump, said on CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time" that he has multiple clients and "at least one" is prepared to come forward publicly within the next 48 hours.
Police hope a missing autistic boy will respond to his mother and father's voices, and they're pumping prerecorded messages from his parents into the woods of a sprawling park in Gastonia, North Carolina, in hopes of drawing out the youngster.
Ebola virus disease has sickened 150 people and caused the deaths of at least 69 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo's northeastern region, the nation's Ministry of Health reported Monday.
A goal of drinking 100 beer kegs by the end of senior year. A party with a stripper. A student falling through ceilings at house parties. These are new details coming to light in Mark Judge's descriptions of his days as a Georgetown Prep student.
Matthias Katsch says he was 13 years old when a priest at his Jesuit school in Berlin first molested him. His grades suffered and the priest pushed him to have extra tutoring with his teaching colleague, another priest.
Converging crises are compounding the risk that Republicans could suffer historic 2018 losses in suburban communities that could harden a starkly polarized alignment in American politics.
President Donald Trump stepped up to the iconic dais at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday on the heels of a year during which his presidency has shaped and shaken the world.
The White House would be open to having Deborah Ramirez, the second woman to publicly accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
Pope Francis told a crowd of young people in the Estonian capital Tallinn on Tuesday that he understood that many of them were "upset" by the sexual abuse scandals rocking the Catholic Church and that the institution had lost credibility as a result.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley sat down for an interview with Fox News' Martha McCallum Monday in an attempt to reclaim momentum for a bid badly hamstrung by two allegations of sexually inappropriate conduct.
Tanzania's government directive to suspend family planning commercials in the country has generated concerns about birth control policies in the country.
A new report from Germany's Catholic Church admits to "at least" 3,677 cases of child sex abuse by the clergy between 1946 and 2014, according to local publications Die Zeit and Spiegel Online who have seen a leaked copy.
Since its debut nearly three decades ago, The Monaco Yacht Show has become one of the most prestigious event in the yachting calendar.
In 2018, Beyoncé fans can register to vote at the On The Run II Tour, high schoolers can register from their classrooms and shoppers can register at a participating Levi Strauss location.
An ancient retrovirus that predates modern humans may explain why people suffer from addiction, scientists have said.
Food photographers and brand ambassadors, move aside: Goldman Sachs is joining Instagram. The investment bank's official account, launching Tuesday, will feature content designed to endear the Goldman brand to a new generation.
The US Coast Guard plans to transfer two former 110-foot Coast Guard ships to Ukraine during a ceremony on Thursday in Baltimore.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh claimed in an interview Monday night with Fox News' Martha MacCallum that he was a virgin through high school and for many years after. He also said he wants a fair process through which he can defend himself against allegations of sexual assault and other sexually inappropriate behavior that have been made against him.
Women visiting friends, family, and loved ones incarcerated in Virginia prisons will no longer be allowed to wear a tampon during that visit once a new Virginia Department of Corrections policy goes into effect next month.
Should students get half credit for an assignment they didn’t even turn in? A former St. Lucie County teacher doesn’t think so.
A senior center in Madison was evacuated on Monday after a white powder was found in a packet in the parking lot.
Scrabble players might find themselves twerking their way to victory soon, as hundreds of new words have been added to the game.
A Bellevue Police Officer who worked with a K-9 officer for two years tattooed a picture of her furry colleague as a tribute. Officer Holly Mcquaid was assigned her K-9 companion over two years ago when the dog was 13 months.
A 74-year-old man has been discovered alive five days after his senior living apartment complex in Washington, DC, caught fire -- but nobody knew he was missing.
A protest was held after a priest on the city's North Side burned an LGBTQ flag outside his Avondale church last week, against the wishes of Cardinal Blase Cupich.
Michael Kors might be about to snap up Versace. The US handbag maker is close to buying Versace in a deal that values the Italian fashion house at around $2 billion, according to Bloomberg. The deal could be announced as soon as this week.
The Hapeville Police Department announced a major bust involving marijuana, cocaine and several pills that looked like the heads of popular cartoon characters.
A visiting couple has their dream wedding on Maui turn into a nightmare. The newlywed bride ends up partially paralyzed during their Hawaii honeymoon.
Papa John's is considering a sleek, boxy new logo that turns Papa John's into Papa Johns. The company filed a trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office in late August, but a company representative said that there are no immediate plans to start using the new logo.
A tiny new device is offering hope of a better life for people with severe heart failure, reducing hospitalization rates and improving mortality risk within two years of treatment, a new study finds.
Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok told CNN on Monday he will press the UN Security Council to expand the list of those who should face international sanctions for human trafficking.
The trial of the jailed Rwandan opposition leader Diane Rwigara and her mother was postponed at Kigali's High Court on Monday.
Tiger Woods' first victory in five years on Sunday came with a huge ratings boost. NBC's coverage of the Tour Championship earned a 5.2 overnight rating. That's a spike of 206% over last year's tournament.
Protests at the US Capitol and ads on TV in her home state have surrounded Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins, pushing her to oppose embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the high court.
Weight Watchers really wants to let you know that it's not just a diet company -- so much so that it's changing its name to WW.
Former first lady Michelle Obama on Sunday delivered a message to potential voters in the midterm elections, telling them "democracy continues with or without you.
More Americans believe Christine Blasey Ford's claim of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh than believe his denials, but it's nowhere near a majority.
The potential departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein from the Justice Department would mean that oversight and management of the sensitive Russia probe would fall to a longtime conservative lawyer with ties to the White House, Noel Francisco.
Authorities in Georgetown County, South Carolina, are urging thousands of people to evacuate ahead of historic flooding in an area where multiple swollen rivers converge.
Amber Guyger, the police officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting of a man inside his Dallas apartment, has been fired from the department, according to a statement Dallas Police Chief Ulysha Renee Hall.
Kanye West has a message for Nick Cannon, Drake and Tyson Beckford: Keep my wife's name out of your mouths.
The news has been filled with stories of prominent men accused of sexual misconduct -- many of the alleged misdeeds going back decades.
Research has already shown a link between breastfeeding and lower obesity risk for babies. But a new study finds another association: "Breast is best" for them even compared with giving babies breast milk out of the bottle.
This is a smear, plain and simple," Brett Kavanaugh says. That's his response to the new allegation of sexual misconduct against him -- published by The New Yorker on Sunday night -- in a story co-bylined by Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer.
The White House and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh denied an allegation Sunday made by a second woman accusing him of inappropriate sexual behavior.
Taiwan is preparing for the impact of Typhoon Trami, which could be among the strongest storms of the year by the time it hits the island later this week.
The LGBTQ experience is being contemplated through an intriguing filter -- the social mores and homophobia that characterized the end of the 19th century -- via a trio of independent films devoted to historical figures opening in a three-week span.
Korean boy band BTS will make history this week as the first ever K-Pop group to speak at the United Nations.
Democrats are demanding an immediate halt to Brett Kavanaugh's nomination process after his increasingly troubled hopes of reaching the Supreme Court were hit by a new allegation of sexual misconduct as a young man.