Venus is one seriously hot planet, but it appears that is not its only claim to fame. It also holds the title of producing one of the largest waves ever observed in our solar system.
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.
Acting Samsung President Jay Y. Lee may be arrested in connection with a multi million dollar government bribery allegation. Also in today's tech news Nintendo says the 3DS will still be supported after the Switch is released and the Chinese government tightens grip on Android app stores.
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.
Astronaut Eugene “Gene” Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, died on January 16 aged 82. Cernan was the commander in the three-man Apollo 17 crew that landed on the moon on December 19, 1972.Paying tribute to Cernan, NASA said he held “the distinction of being the second American to walk in space and the last human to leave his footprints on the lunar surface.” The video here shows moments throughout the Apollo 17 mission, as well as clips of Cernan reflecting on his experiences. Credit: YouTube/NASA via Storyful
Readers of the television listings printed in Scotland’s Sunday Herald were treated to an expanded description of Donald Trump’s upcoming inauguration.
Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott says he hopes that the NFL's investigation into domestic violence allegations made against him end soon.
Barack Obama faced numerous sensitive issues regarding race relations during his tenure as America's first black president. CNN's Athena Jones takes a look back at those defining moments.
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.
Jan.16 -- Shares of mid-cap oil and gas company, Canadian Energy Services have soared 120 percent over the last 12 months. Nearly every analyst covering the stock is optimistic about the company's outlook, including Cormark Securities, which maintained its top pick rating on the stock. Tom Simons, President and CEO Canadian Energy Services speaks on The Daily Brief.
Christina does not want to return to rehab. Counselor Mackenzie Phillips joins Christina on stage to talk about her own recovery process, which landed Mackenzie in treatment a total of 11 times.