"America's Newsroom" co-anchor Bill Hemmer will be taking over the time slot previously held by Shepard Smith before his departure in October.
Breaking with recent policy, WWE has granted releases for four of its wrestlers.
A Florida middle school student has been arrested for posting a "death list" of her classmates on Snapchat.
One of the most active volcanoes in New Zealand has erupted, leaving 5 dead and many missing.
"Frozen 2" continued its domination of the North American box office for the third week in a row, while "Playmobil: The Movie" crashed and burned in historic fashion.
An Arkansas police officer was shot and killed at point-blank range on Saturday.
Mike Horn and Borge Ousland have successfully completed an 1,800-kilometer journey across the North Pole, despite numerous hazards and setbacks.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has pledged that company will continue to support the Pentagon's initiatives to modernize its technology amid conversation surrounding the ethics of such contracts.
Fire officials in Savannah, Georgia, are calling a pet dog a hero after it saved them from a house fire on Friday.
The next Mega Millions and Powerball drawings are coming soon with major jackpots.
Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein's sickly appearance at a recent court date has been blamed on several worsening health conditions.
Fuji Foods has issued a recall for several types of ready-to-eat foods, including sushi and salad.
A woman has been sentenced to prison for using a fake resume to apply for a job in the Australian government.
Students from a West Virginia High School were sent to the hospital after displaying adverse reactions to prescription drugs.
Martin Hyde of Sarasota, Florida, has been accused of making bigoted remarks towards a Hispanic teen at a country club.
A Connecticut man killed his girlfriend's children and then himself over an argument about his smoking.
A new report has found that YouTube and Google pulled over 300 Trump ads over the summer for violating policies.
Police in Aurora, Colorado, reported a missing teen early Tuesday before announcing they found her in the early afternoon.
The President of UEFA has accused British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of contributing the recent trend of racist chants at soccer games.
Charges against a suspect in the disappearance and death of a UFC fighter's stepdaughter have been upgraded from kidnapping to murder.