Chelsea has canceled a planned parade celebrating the club's Premier League title following the terrorist attack in Manchester earlier this week that killed 22 people.
Pope Francis gave President Donald Trump a copy of his landmark 2015 encyclical on climate change when the two leaders met at the Vatican on Wednesday.
Today major tech news headlines include Microsoft's update of the Surface Pro flagship laptop, Uber pays its drivers owed wages and reports of Nest working on a 4K camera.
Justin Bieber is actually scheduled to play several shows in the UK this simmer, including in London - but his fans want him to cancel the concerts for their safety and for his. Ironically, Justin promised those shows on twitter just hours before the attack. His fans responded with please to nix the dates.
Economist Michael Hudson explains that even though housing prices are back up at 2008 levels homeownership is at a much lower level and banks have their loans guaranteed by the US government
Bullfighting can be a dangerous and sometimes deadly sport and bullfighter Antonio found out just how scary it can be when he was gored. The Doctors weigh in on the extent of his severe injuries.
James Comey has agreed to speak at an open Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. Benjamin Wittes, a friend of the former FBI director, says Trump should be concerned about that event.
Free-agent Colin Kaepernick is expected to be part of a group of quarterbacks that will workout for the Seattle Seahawks, reports NFL.com Ian Rapoport.
A beloved pet cat named Romeo has taken over an entire Los Angeles neighborhood and no one seems to mind. The adorable feline is not your typical house cat.
Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei did NOT take home the mirrorball trophy on last night’s DWTS finale - but she has enjoyed a surge in her career. So, what does this mean for the girl group?
Nike has re-signed New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to a footwear and apparel contract that could be worth about $5 million a year for five years, according to NiceKicks.com
Almost two thousand holders of the Order’s awards, from Knights and Dames to those who have received a CBE, OBE or MBE, will attend the service at St Paul’s cathedral