Three people were found dead, including a suspected gunman, at a New Jersey home Tuesday and a second possible shooter was believed to be at-large, sources said.
The day's biggest tech stories include an ugly set of allegations for Oculus, Google's impressive image technology and Nintendo of America's president tells us how the Switch and 3DS can coexist.
Mark this down as one of the comfiest birthday parties ever. Jessica Alba threw hubby Cash Warren a Pajama themed birthday party this past weekend. The Honest Co. founder posted a video of her kissing Cash in his birthday pajama suit and captioned it: “Love you babe! Last Night’s pajama jammy jam was a blast!” The alcohol was flowing, good times were definitely rolling and Alba even tried her hand at beer pong. Her long list of A-list friends who attended the party include Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, Kourtney Kardashian, Nicole Richie to name a few. Cash and Jessica will celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary this May and they have two daughters together.
Nothing suspicious was found after a pilot of a United Airlines flight from San Diego to Denver International Airport reported a threatening note was found in a bathroom.
When Vice President-elect Mike Pence is sworn in on Friday, he will be using two Bibles - one of his own and another belonging to late President Ronald Reagan.
President Obama welcomed his final sports team to the White House on Monday as the Cubs' celebrated their first World Series championship in 108 years.
Britain’s Cabinet minister for Northern Ireland says the territory’s unraveling unity government must be dissolved and an early election will be held on March 2.
Quentin Peel, associate fellow with the Europe Programme at Chatham House, says Theresa May's Brexit speech shows she still plans to cherry pick during Brexit negotiations.
Fifth Harmony is gearing up for the group's first performance without Camila Cabello. Many fans are anticipating how the show will go as a foursome. Camila has moved on to greener pastures, ready to take on a solo career, leaving the rest of the ladies with some still unanswered questions. Will they eventually add a replacement? Will they change their name if it remains just four girls? What do you think? Give us your thoughts in the comments below.
It did not take long for President-elect Donald Trump to respond on Twitter Tuesday morning after a CNN poll showing a historically low approval rating.