Drake refutes rumors he asked Muslim woman to remove hijab
Drake is refuting rumors that he asked a Muslim woman to remove her hijab at his concert.
AT&T starts 5G trials
The network provider has begun their first trials on making 5 G reality.
AT&T CEO: Hiring Cohen was 'a big mistake'
AT&T's CEO said Friday that the company-made a "serious misjudgment" in seeking advice from Michael Cohen, President Trump's personal attorney.
Astronomers find remnant of 600-year-old nova
Based on the Korean astronomers' description of the phenomenon, scientists today believe the outburst occurred in a binary system that contained a dead, highly dense white dwarf star and a companion.
Astronomers discover extremely luminous nova
First nova ever found in Small Magellanic Cloud is studied in multiple wavelengths.
Astronomers find another potentially habitable planet 11 light-years away
Astronomers discovered a potentially Earth-like planet just 11 light-years from Earth. They said that it is at the right distance from its star to have liquid water and a climate mild enough to sustain life.
Auli'i Cravalho speaks out on her Oscars hiccup
The flag grazed her head while she was singing. Cravalho laughed off the incident.
Casper Smart happy for Jennifer Lopez after breakup
Casper Smart said that he is happy for Jennifer Lopez having moved on.
Arsenal master the most memorable comeback
Arsenal master the most memorable comeback
The premier league is heating up for one of the most exciting years. Chelsea after disappearing into obscurity in the past year has come up sharply this campaign.
Auroras at Jupiter's poles act independently
Auroras at Jupiter's poles act independently
Researchers take advantage of rare opportunity to observe polar regions through Juno mission and space telescopes.
Future humans will be gods, says expert
Future humans will be gods, says expert
An expert has claimed that the next billion-dollar will not be a product or service, but upgrading humans.
German scientists creating artificial Sun
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Channing Tatum sends heartfelt birthday wishes to wife Jenna
Channing Tatum sends heartfelt birthday wishes to wife Jenna
Dancing-duo couple Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum, celebrated the actress' 37th birthday in Cabo San Lucas this weekend.
Ashley Graham refutes Vogue cover rumors
Ashley Graham refutes Vogue cover rumors
Model, Ashley Graham, is refuting rumors that Vogue tried to hide her size on a cover.
Chris Cornell did not want to die, says wife
Chris Cornell did not want to die, says wife
But his widow, Vicky Cornell, said the 52-year-old musician gave no indication that he wanted to die.
Google cofounder criticizes US travel ban
Google cofounder criticizes US travel ban
Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, gave a speech decrying the new United States of America travel ban.
Arizona man arrested over Phoenix serial street kilings
Arizona man arrested over Phoenix serial street kilings
Police said on Monday that a 23-year-old Arizona man had been arrested in connection with street shootings that terrorized the Phoenix area over four months last year.
Arizona State player apologizes for obscene gesture
Arizona State player apologizes for obscene gesture
Arizona State forward, Torian Graham, apologized for exhibiting both middle fingers before a Sun Devils loss.
Armed gunman puts White House on lock down
Armed gunman puts White House on lock down
The White House was put on lock down due to a gun toting stranger near the gate on Saturday.
Cher quits from upcoming Flint water crisis movie
Cher quits from upcoming Flint water crisis movie
Cher will not be starring in a new movie about the Flint water crisis, after she was forced to drop out, citing a 'serious family issue' as the reason.
Are Ford and GM about to blast off?
Are Ford and GM about to blast off?
Strong sales could prompt the big Detroit automakers to put a foot on the gas as the economy rebounds.
Are Airpods a 'runaway success'?
Are Airpods a 'runaway success'?
According to Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, AirPods have been a great success so far.
Archaeologists unearth long-lost Aztec tower of skulls
Archaeologists unearth long-lost Aztec tower of skulls
The tower was described in contemporary accounts of the Spanish conquistadores when they captured the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City.
Archaeologists find slave quarters of Sally Hemings at Monticello
Archaeologists find slave quarters of Sally Hemings at Monticello
Gayle Jessup White is Sally Hemings' great-great-great-great niece and also works at Monticello's Community Engagement Officer.
Aquaman will be a fun movie; says, director
Aquaman will be a fun movie; says, director
Apple's CEO Cook Given pay cut as sales slump
Apple's CEO Cook Given pay cut as sales slump
The compensation package went from $10.3 million for the past year to $8.7 million for the fiscal year that ended in September.
Apple to spend $1 billion to support advanced manufacturing in the US
Apple to spend $1 billion to support advanced manufacturing in the US
Charlie Rose suspended by CBS amid sexual misconduct claims
Charlie Rose suspended by CBS amid sexual misconduct claims
The sexual misconduct allegations against Charlie Rose include unwanted sexual advances, groping breasts or genital areas, and lewd phone calls.
Apple stocks drop on Sept. 25 setting off declines in the stock market
Apple stocks drop on Sept. 25 setting off declines in the stock market
Declines in all three stock indexes worst since July 31: Analysts and investors are not alarmed.
Arecibo Observatory damaged by Hurricane Maria
Arecibo Observatory damaged by Hurricane Maria
Officials have yet to assess damage, as roads to the site remain impassable.
Apple smartwatches could really save lives
Apple smartwatches could really save lives
To put the algorithm to the test, the scientists validated it against 51 patients who were scheduled to receive treatment for AF.
Arctic ice may be melting faster than expected, study reports
Arctic ice may be melting faster than expected, study reports
A new study shows that past research may have underestimated the pace at which the arctic ice is melting.
Alien civilizations may be trying to contact us
Alien civilizations may be trying to contact us
Some scientists are reporting "fast radio bursts" that might be alien civilizations trying to communicate.
Alaska coastal towns endangered by rising sea levels as climate-change aid dries up
Alaska coastal towns endangered by rising sea levels as climate-change aid dries up
Shishmaref's residents voted in August to relocate to the mainland, but they have no funding to do so. Newtok requested federal funds in January to help its residents relocate but has so far been left emptyhanded.
Alcohol consumption raises cancer risk, doctors warn
Alcohol consumption raises cancer risk, doctors warn
Reducing alcohol use greatly reduces cancer risks, a leading organization of U.S. cancer doctors said in a statement Tuesday. The statement cited research that finds that one or more alcoholic beverages a day increases risks of breast cancer.
#Oscarssowhite creator reacts to 2017 Academy Awards
#Oscarssowhite creator reacts to 2017 Academy Awards
April Reign, creator of #OscarsSoWhite, reacted to the winners from the 2017 Academy Awards.
Alabama judge: It's not against the law for teachers to sleep with students
Alabama judge: It's not against the law for teachers to sleep with students
The judge accordingly dismissed charges against two former high-school instructors who were facing possible prison time for becoming physically intimate with students at their schools.
A supersonic car gears up for a record-breaking test drive
A supersonic car gears up for a record-breaking test drive
British engineers reported successful initial tests Friday of a car that could run as fast as 800 miles per hour--fast enough to break the sound barrier and the current world record of 763 miles per hour for car travel. The actual first drive may have to wait until 2019, however.
Airline passenger complaints nearly double after high-profile incidents
Airline passenger complaints nearly double after high-profile incidents
The Transportation department reported 1,909 complaints for April 2017. There were only 1,123 in Apri last year.
A third of Americans still buy and rent video
A third of Americans still buy and rent video
Movie streaming is as popular as ever, but at least a third of Americans still rent or buy hard-copy DVDs, according to an annual entertainment survey. The survey notes that some video stores still cling to life, despite losing business to Web-based services like Netflix.
Airbnb delays IPO
Airbnb delays IPO
AIrbnb shakeup: CFO is stepping down top female executive Belinda Johnson promoted to company's first COO and company delays initial public offering.
A SpaceX capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station
A SpaceX capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station
Despite the challenges, SpaceX was back at it in January with the successful launch of Falcon 9 which took place at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
'Charmed' Actress Rose Mcgowan turns self in over drug possession warrant
'Charmed' Actress Rose Mcgowan turns self in over drug possession warrant
'Charmed' actress Rose McGowan surrenders herself to arrest by Loudon County, Va. authorities for a warrant charge of alleged drug possession.
Air pollution may cause brain damage
Air pollution may cause brain damage
The scientists explained that the brain has naturally occurring magnetite particles.
Aftershocks continue in Northern California after 6.0 earthquake last week
Aftershocks continue in Northern California after 6.0 earthquake last week
Northern California wine country has experienced more than 70 aftershocks since the 6.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the city of Napa last Sunday.
'Dancing with the Stars' pros Sasha Farber, and Emma Slater are married
'Dancing with the Stars' pros Sasha Farber, and Emma Slater are married
The couple got engaged live on 'Dancing With The Stars' back in October 2016.
Africa's richest man plans to invest $50 billion in U.S., Europe
Africa's richest man plans to invest $50 billion in U.S., Europe
He said that he is currently focusing on investment projects in his home country, including $5 billion of agricultural initiatives and an $11 billion oil refinery.
'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller shares a photo from prison
'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller shares a photo from prison
The reality TV star was ordered to pay half a million in fines, along with serving a year and one day long prison sentence.