In honor of the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee, which takes place this week in Washington, D.C., Google Trends tweeted a map of "America's Most Misspelled Words."
Police in Las Vegas are searching for some rubber robbers.
Summer is upon us and that means barbeques, beach trips and plenty of playlists.
Hey Siri -- will I even need to type search terms in the future?
Top leaders of five Nordic countries are rejecting claims that they "trolled" President Donald Trump by posing for a photo that is drawing comparisons to the US leader's now-infamous moment with a glowing orb during his trip to Saudi Arabia last week.
At 101, John Motes has finally graduated from high school.
With the preliminaries underway for the 91st Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee, take a look at some background information about the competition.
A university in Belgium has apologized for suggesting that women wear low-cut necklines to graduation.
President Trump says Kathy Griffin "should be ashamed of herself" for a photo shoot in which she held up a severed head resembling the president.
The characters of "The Avengers," one of the most popular and lucrative movie franchises in the world, have received a makeover courtesy of Brazilian illustrator Hugo Canuto.
Be very careful what you "like" on Facebook.
A carriage horse recently escaped and galloped through the streets of New York City.
Luxury buyers definitely have a thing for diamond-encrusted Hermes bags.
The same month he would have celebrated his 12-year wedding anniversary, Vili Fualaau -- one half of the couple whose love story captivated national audiences -- filed for legal separation from his wife and former sixth-grade teacher, according to court documents obtained by CNN.
Seniors at Bahsa High School in Chandler, Arizona, have a unique tradition.
Fearless Girl and the Charging Bull were joined briefly on Monday morning by a third statue, a urinating dog.
The Trump era has raised questions for TV shows set in Washington, wondering how fictional drama can possibly match the unscripted one in the White House. "House of Cards" answers that, inadvertently, by enhancing its soapy qualities, in a fifth season that again has more to do with the utterly unbridled pursuit of power than politics.
It's the hit political anthem that radio stations are refusing to play.
Look before you leap. It's an old saying that may have helped keep a Florida family safe this Memorial Day after a large alligator took up residence in their swimming pool.
A California man was ticketed after he reached 88 mph in his DeLorean.
Fast-food giant Burger King is in hot water with the Belgian royal family after an ad campaign asks, "Who is the king?"
Ever convinced yourself that buying a hula hoop or picking up aerial gymnastics is just the thing to get back in shape? You're not alone.
Leaders of the seven most powerful countries convened in the Sicilian town of Taormina for the G7 meetings. But on the sidelines of diplomatic talks, a new bromance seemed to have flourished between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron, France's newly inaugurated president.
Two South Carolina men each face a harassment charge after pictures surfaced on social media showing them pouring beer down the throat of an alligator, authorities said.