Mitt Romney is expected to strongly criticize potential 2016 presidential opponent Hillary Clinton at Mississippi State University tonight.
The man who loaned Argentinean prosecutor Alberto Nisman the gun that killed him spoke out in a press conference.
Cook, who became Maryland's first female Episcopal bishop last year, reportedly had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit.
Cuba's Raul Castro said "diplomatic rapprochement" would be of no value if the embargo wasn't lifted and Guantanamo Bay wasn't returned.
Bolstering Apple's recording-breaking earnings was China, where the iPhone 6 is in high demand among urban professionals.
After years of lackluster performance by Hollywood films in Japan, Disney's "Frozen" blew life into foreign movie ticket sales again.