Sen. Angus King (I-ME) is silent when asked which version of the GOP Senate health care plan he is going to vote on, saying he knows almost nothing about the bill.
A 29-year-old pregnant woman and her three children were hit at high speed by a car driving through a stop sign. The mother and one-year-old son were killed, two other children, ages four and seven, are in the hospital.
The past few months NASA has been hard at work uploading a ton of archive footage to the NASA Armstrong Research Center's YouTube Channel. Here are some of the highlights.
Although each singer may have broken off from the boy band to work on there own solo careers, Louis might of spilled that a One Direction reunion may finally happen!!
A new report detailing Justice League's reshoots suggests the Joss Whedon-directed portion of filming has run into scheduling issues, and that Whedon himself may not receive a co-directing credit for his work.
For the second day in a row, President Trump slammed Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and threw in old foe Hillary Clinton. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) reports.
Denver Broncos general manager and executive vice president of football operations John Elway has agreed to a new 5-year contract to remain with the Broncos.
In today's roundup, more trailers than you can watch as Comic-Con closes its doors for the year. Plus Siri co-stars with Dwayne Johnson in new Apple commercial and Apple is sued over an iPhone 4S fire.
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Israel’s cabinet voted July 24 to dismantle the metal detectors that had been erected near the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and which caused much controversy in the region. Israeli security and construction teams removed them later that night.The metal detectors had been erected at the site, which is used as a place of worship by Jews and Muslims, after two Israeli police officers were shot dead at the site in mid-July. The events lead to a series of violent incidents that threatened to destabilize the floundering peace process.In response to calls from governments internationally, the Israeli cabinet decided to have the metal detectors removed, but vowed to use advanced technological means to monitor security at the site. Credit: Facebook/Rami Khateeb via Storyful