A suspected burglar of a Chinese restaurant is lucky to be alive after getting stuck in the grease vent for about two days. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.
A new service called Papa is giving grandparents a chance to order a grandkid on demand! It starts at $20 dollars an hour.
One of the most controversial baseball players of all time wants to be President Trump’s new chief of staff. Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story.
Trump vowed Mexico will pay for a border wall , but now threatens to shut down the government unless Congress approves $5 billion to build it.
Russian state TV praised the “hi-tech robot” featured at an annual technology event for children. Turns out, it wasn't a robot at all.
Coaches who have been banned for sexual misconduct are still coaching kids, taking advantage of gaping holes in a system the USOC has vowed to fix.
There are a few steps that must be taken to start the process of making sure sexual abusers are caught and never again allowed near another child.
My wedding dress has forced me to confront a past of calorie counting, obsessive exercise and never feeling good enough.
The tech giant says the new campus in Austin will start with 5,000 employees and provide jobs covering engineering, research and development, operations, finance, sales and customer support.
“We don’t want to send the message that if you're being bullied, it's inevitable that you will suffer and think about killing self,” psychologist John Ackerman says.
Jacob Anderson, accused of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old student, has been banned from University of Texas at Dallas, but will receive a degree.
While there’s been much attention on this election’s “Year of the Woman,” there’s been less focus on the diminished ranks of Republican women.
Accused Russian agent Maria Butina set to plead guilty in conspiracy case, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announces its 2019 class and more things to start your Thursday morning.
The Trump team pulled Cohen and Manafort close instead of limiting risk and damage. Now Cohen, best self or not, may have the goods for Mueller.
Nearly 18 months after Steve Bannon was fired from the White House he insists he's as relevant as ever. The evidence is hard to see.