Peanut's owner hopes his victory will raise awareness of animal abuse.
This week’s news and headline highlights.
Ever wonder how the underneath of the Grand Canyon Skywalk is cleaned?
A piece of Rodriguez's legal fight over his baseball career has taken a turn.
Although the company's CEO had no intentions of rising prices, customers can now expect to pay an extra 5 to 20 cents for their favorite bev…
30 year-old Jeremy Meeks is a convicted felon, but that's not why his mugshot has over 30,000 likes.
The Harry Potter themed attraction is set to open on July 8, 2014.
The 30 Rock actor is showing signs of improvement after being involved in a June 7 accident that killed one man.
For nearly 20 years, Neverland was both Jackson's home and a pop culture landmark.
When Ferguson's character, Mitch, married his gay partner on "Modern Family," many saw it as yet another sign of widening acceptance for gay…
Officials confirmed that white pellets found in cookies confiscated at Newark airport were not chips.
Senators worry youngsters being targeted.
The new Fire phone also adds such features as the ability to render images in 3-D.
"Hard Choices" sold well enough to top the nonfiction list of Nielsen BookScan.
The Hays Applebee’s will now serve as a Supercharger site along I-70 for Tesla Motor’s Model S electric cars.
The new Harry Potter-themed area at Universal Orlando Resort is set to open early next month.
Yep, ABC's reality dating show is must-see TV for the Chiefs' rookie quarterback.
Leno will be honored with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in a performance by his fellow comedians.
Amazon, a company of seemingly boundless ambition, appears to be venturing into yet another market.
The United States beat Ghana 2-1 in their first World Cup match June 16, 2014.
The town of Pilger, Nebraska was heavily damaged Monday when a tornado tore through town.
Topeka-native and University of Kansas graduate Gary Woodland returned home for a tournament at Alvamar Country Club on Monday.