Naturally, all us Kendall fans were hoping to see Kendall and her boo A$AP Rocky hit the red carpet together before the BET Awards. That would have been their red carpet debut as a couple.
Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd possibly violated his house arrest after failing three self-administered breathalyzer tests and sleeping through a fourth. Floyd claims drinking kombucha tea caused the positive tests.
Thanks to the success of Nintendo Switch and Pokemon Go, Nintendo's market value has climbed considerably, eclipsing Sony's entire electronics and entertainment divisions.
Jun.26 -- Dhruva Jaishankar, fellow in foreign policy studies at Brookings India, discusses Narendra Modi's meeting with President Trump, what they accomplished and what was left on the table. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
White House press secretary Sean Spicer has said that President Trump’s call for Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails during the campaign should be viewed as a joke.
A man is facing possible charges after he turned himself in for breaking in Mizzou Arena in a vehicle early Sunday morning, causing a reported $100,000 in damages.
The Senate’s version of the Obamacare repeal bill would result in an additional 22 million people losing insurance by 2026, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office said in its analysis on Monday.
A North Hollywood Uber driver suspected of sexually assaulting an unconscious 24-year-old passenger has been arrested, and investigators think he may have more victims.
We asked the hosts of Spike TV's Ink Master to review celebrity tattoos. From Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, to Rihanna and Nicki Minaj, Chris Nunez and Oliver Peck comment on the artisanship that went into these tattoos. Ink Master Season 9 airs on Tuesdays at 10pm ET/PT on Spike.
In a statement provided to IGN, a Nintendo representative confirmed the Super NES Classic's controller cord is approximately five feet long, "which is about 2 ft. longer than the cord on the NES Classic Controller."
Jun.26 -- The Obamacare replacement plan put forward by Senate Republicans would increase the number of uninsured Americans by 22 million while slashing funding for Medicaid, according to an estimate by the Congressional Budget Office. Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on "What'd You Miss?"