Obama Vacation Costs To Exceed $85 Million With Final Hawaii Trip For First Family
The first family's total personal travel expenses during the president's eight-year tenure could climb to nearly $90 million, according to a report from a conservative watchdog organization.
Christmas Quotes 2016: 22 Festive, Funny Sayings To Share For The Holidays
Charles Schulz once said, "Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone."
Hanukkah Recipes 2016: Easy Latkes, Sufganiyot, Noodle Kugel And More
Here's how to make latkes and other dishes associated with the Jewish holiday.
Kaheem Saves DC Photos: Make-A-Wish Superhero Visits Capitol, Helps Santa And Captures Hearts
Kaheem, a 5-year-old from Maryland fighting leukemia, reportedly told the Make-A-Wish Foundation he wanted to help people.
Mount Vernon Shooting: Updates On Officer, Suspect Arrests And Everything Else We Know About Washington Standoff
An officer was shot, and three people were taken into custody after a standoff that lasted for more than six hours.
Donald Trump Pennsylvania Rally Live Stream: Watch President-Elect's Hershey Speech Thanking Voters
The Republican Trump-Pence ticket won Pennsylvania on Election Day last month, scoring about 48.2 percent of the vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton's 47.5 percent.
'Super Mario Run' Tips And Tricks: How To Get Pink Challenge Coins, Unlock Toad And More
Get out your wallet and limber up your fingers.
Sherri Papini Latest Update: California Mom's Kidnapping Case Still 'A Top Priority' For Police
Papini, 34, vanished Nov. 2 while running in her neighborhood and turned up on Thanksgiving Day.
With MH370 Debris Search Ending, Victims' Families Ask Mauritians To Watch For Plane Wreckage
A group of MH370 passengers' relatives held a news conference on the Indian Ocean island to beg residents and tourists to keep an eye out for items that may wash up on shore.
Bill Of Rights Day 2016: 8 Interesting Facts About The First 10 Amendments To The Constitution
"On Bill of Rights Day, we celebrate the long arc of progress that transformed our Nation from a fledgling and fragile democracy to one in which civil rights are the birthright of all Americans," President Barack Obama wrote in a proclamation.
What Are Ze, Hir And Xe? Gender Neutral Pronouns Growing Popular At Colleges
There are a variety of words you can use to avoid gendered pronouns.
Sherri Papini Case Different From Jessica Roggenkamp's Disappearance Nearby In California, Police Say
Police say that, unlike Sherri Papini's case, the disappearance is believed to be voluntary.
Alan Thicke Net Worth 2016: After 'Growing Pains' Actor's Death, Who Gets His Money?
He died of a heart attack Tuesday, leaving behind not only a legacy but also a nest egg for his surviving family members.
Crime In Germany: Munich Forbids Alcohol At Central Train Station After 'Screaming,' 'Dancing' And Robberies
The ban, which is scheduled to take effect in January, will forbid the obvious carrying or open consumption of alcoholic beverages 10 p.m.-6 a.m., local time. daily.
Donald Trump Wisconsin Rally Live Stream: Watch President-Elect's West Allis Speech After Recount Results
The president-elect and his vice president-elect were scheduled to appear at 7 p.m. local time Tuesday at the Wisconsin State Fair Exposition Center. Here's how to tune in.
Dolly Parton's Smoky Mountains Rise Live Stream: Watch The Telethon For Gatlinburg Fires Online
The country star will put on "Smoky Mountains Rise: A Benefit for the My People Fund" Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST.
Who Is Ryan Zinke? Trump Picks Montana Congressman To Be Interior Secretary: Report
The Montana native has only served in the House of Representatives since 2015.
Christmas Poems 2016: 5 Verses For Kids And Holiday Cards
Here are some writings to share with your kids or add to your holiday cards.
The Murder Of JonBenét Ramsey: 8 Things To Know About The Cold Case Ahead Of CNN Special
A 20-year-old cold case will again get air time on CNN Tuesday night with the premiere of "The Murder of JonBenét," a special report airing at 9 p.m. EST.
How To Help Aleppo Victims: 5 Charities Where You Can Donate Money For Syria Relief Projects
You can donate money to organizations like the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations or the United Nations human rights office.
Christmas Jokes 2016: 23 Funny Puns And Holiday One-Liners For Kids And Adults
Here are 20 funny jokes to get you through Christmas with your family.
Who To Follow On Twitter In 2017: Best Accounts For News, Jokes And Weird Facts
The social media service has more than 300 million monthly active users. Here's the cream of the crop.
How To Make Gingerbread Cookies: Recipes, Tips And Decorating Ideas For Christmas 2016
Here's a recipe for the Christmas cookie — and some great ideas for how to decorate it.
Christmas Crime 2016: Loud Music Lawsuit, Missing Baby Jesus And Light-Stealing Squirrel Plague Revelers
A New York City lawyer recently decided to sue his neighbor for playing Christmas music too loudly.
Who Is Gen. John Kelly? 7 Fast Facts About Trump's Cabinet Choice For Department Of Homeland Security Secretary
The president-elect announced in a news release Monday that he planned to nominate Gen. John Kelly to be secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
Christmas Songs Playlist 2016: Ultimate Music Lineup For Your Holiday Party
Check out "Silver Bells" by Bing Crosby or "Mistletoe" by Justin Bieber for a festive soundtrack to your holiday shopping.
Christmas Songs Lyrics: Words To 'Silent Night,' 'Winter Wonderland' And Other Carols
Here are the lyrics to "Deck the Halls," "Silver Bells" and more.
Mandatory Chess In Russian Schools? Senator Proposes Board Game Lessons Instead Of Physical Education
Senator Vadim Tyulpanov suggested Thursday that the Education and Science Ministry swap physical education classes for chess lessons in secondary school.
Is Donald Trump 'Corrupt AF'? Former Clinton Staffer's Website Compiles President-Elect's Possible Conflicts Of Interest
An ex-Hillary Clinton campaign staffer recently started a website detailing the new president-elect's possible conflicts of interest.
Sherri Papini Update: Anti-Latino Post Written By 'Some Punks,' Not California Mother, Her Dad Says
Richard Graeff recently told People exclusively that "some punks" penned the years-old message.