First lady Melania Trump provided many controversial moments while in office. Take a look back on some of those moments.
The holiday offers several interesting matchups.
Jessica Simpson signed a TV deal with Amazon and will perform in multiple projects for the tech conglomerate.
Darnella Frazier, the teen that recorded George Floyd's death with her cell phone received the 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage Award.
Three Tenakee Springs residents saved a humpback whale after being entangled in fishing debris on Thanksgiving.
Josh Hall, a 21-year-old Trump supporter, made fake Twitter accounts and fooled the president into believing he was his sister.
Alfred Molina, Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield other former actors from the "Spider-Man" franchise are all expected to be in the new MCU movie.
An Ohio nightclub was in violation of COVID-19 protocols after hosting an indoor Trey Songz concert where 500 patrons were in attendance.
Brenton Tarrant, the Australian terrorist who massacred 51 people in two mosques, may have been motivated to do so by YouTube content.
Howard Stern announced a multi-year contract extension with SiriusXM Tuesday morning, which added on to his lucrative net worth.
The Office of Special Counsel found that White House trade advisor Peter Navarro violated the Hatch Act on multiple occasions.
Another stimulus package is expected to pass early this week, but it will not include another personal check.
Chick-fil-A is suing 17 different poultry providers for allegedly jacking up chicken prices.
Dollar Tree is recalling over 142,000 candles after the product presented fire safety issues.
Experts believe that Sasha Obama could become an overnight social media sensation if she chose to download the apps.
Retailers such as Target and Amazon seem to be offering customers a buy now, pay later alternative for shopping.
The U.S. Justice Department is suing Facebook for claims it refused to consider American candidates for open positions.
As Donald Trump's presidency comes to a close, North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is hesitant to provoke the new Biden administration.
Disney will be shutting down Radio Disney and Radio Disney Country as the company looks to focus more on streaming.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles had a wedding for the ages. The ceremony cost the royal couple $48 million however after inflation the ceremony is estimated to be worth closer to $137 million today.
In just under four years President Trump has made 23,035 false or misleading comments. Trump's fraudulent claims have risen every year.
The NBA superstar has seen his career earning boom.
Business software maker Salesforce acquired the messenger app Slack for $27.7 billion in an attempt to compete against Microsoft. Microsoft added a team messaging app to Office 365 as it continues to play catch up.
The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team reached a settlement Tuesday with the U.S. Soccer Federation. However, the settlement does not address equal pay.
The United Kingdom approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine early Wednesday. It's anticipated that the U.S. will soon follow suit and start vaccinating people in mid-December.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he will step down from his role once President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on Jan. 20.
Elizabeth Smart, who was kidnapped in 2002, never told her parents that
Kendall Hinton, an undrafted free agent, played quarterback for the Denver Broncos Sunday and was applauded on social media after being thrown into a crazy situation.
Super Nintendo World will open on February 4, 2021, in Osaka, Japan.
In 2020, theater box office revenue plummeted 65.6%, but hope is on the horizon as a vaccine is expected to revive the media industry.