First, John McCain called Kim Jong Un a "crazy fat kid." Then he called him out on Twitter.
Cummins and Elizabeth vanished March 13, a month after a student saw them kissing at school and a week after the man searched the internet for "teen marriage."
Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Bernie Sanders have all come out against President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
The current podcast buzz may center around "S-Town," but "Serial" subject Adnan Syed's case is still unfolding.
A Gallup poll released Monday found 36 percent of the American public approved of the job Trump was doing.
It caused storm surge and dropped rain on areas like Airlie Beach and Bowen, ultimately killing one person.
In the Princeton Review's College Hopes and Worries Survey, 98 percent of student and parents said they were experiencing some level of anxiety about the application process.
It was Volusia County's first shark bite of the season.
UNC's Luke Maye attended his 8 a.m. EDT lecture on Monday, just hours after he helped land the Tar Heels in the Final Four.
The first lady was reportedly set to appear at Wednesday's International Women of Courage Award ceremony as a special guest.
"I am not myself; I am not an actress; I am just one of the many people that theater uses as a conduit to exist," French movie star Isabelle Huppert wrote in a message for the occasion.
He will start in September.
More than 18,000 people have signed a petition asking Cracker Barrel for answers about the newest meme.
Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Ab Aziz Kaprawi announced Thursday that Malaysia intended to create a laboratory with the capability to analyze flight recorders.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told attendees at an Axios event Friday that the president doesn't eat fast food from KFC and McDonald's anymore.
"The president intends to be here this weekend," White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters during a Thursday briefing in Washington, D.C.
Earlier this week, Ukraine — this year's Eurovision host — announced it would ban Russian contestant Julia Samoilova from participating
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he was wanted Thursday to be "the last anniversary Americans will have to endure Obamacare."
So far, the jackpot is estimated at $40 million.
Sherri Papini wasn't the only California woman who was reported missing Nov. 2.