A Michigan woman said she wouldn’t have realized her scratch-off lottery ticket was worth $300,000 if she hadn’t tried to enter it in a second chance game.
Maria Butina, a gun rights activist accused of spying for Moscow as she infiltrated U.S. political groups, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of conspiracy.
U.S. and Japanese military and civilian officials observed an annual ceremony dating back to World War II called the Blackened Canteen ceremony.
The Minnesota Vikings are holding down a playoff slot while the Miami Dolphins are battling to secure one.
The San Jose Sharks might be getting the pieces together for a sustained run.
K-pop group Winner shared a teaser image for its new song featuring Jinwoo, Seunghoon, Mino and Seungyoon.
Netflix announced on Twitter Thursday that Diego Luna and Scoot McNairy will be returning for “Narcos: Mexico Season 2.”
Missing messages from fired FBI agent Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page were erased when their phones were turned in, a new inspector general’s report said.
Destiny’s Child alum Michelle Williams will take a hiatus from the Broadway production of “Once On This Island.”
TAMPA, Fla. — December divisional matches rarely register high on the hype meter around NHL circles.
Authorities in California said they rescued an attempted burglar who ended up trapped for two days in a shuttered restaurant’s grease vent.
Michael Jordan slapped Charlotte Hornets guard Malik Monk in the back of the head after a game-winning 3 pointer against the Detroit Pistons.
Google Maps said Thursday it is teaming up with Lime electric scooters to help shorten commute times in 13 cities worldwide.
In the mid-1990s, a trip to Mexico City with the Chicago Bulls and Orlando Magic would have displayed stars such as Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Penny Hardaway and Shaquille O’Neal on an international stage.
Virgin Galactic made history Thursday by flying to the edge of Earth’s atmosphere, taking its boldest step yet in space tourism.
“Thank U, Next” singer Ariana Grande said her new song “Imagine” will explore “denial” after a breakup.
The Philadelphia Eagles desperately need a win against the Rams in Los Angeles on Sunday, and they may have to do it without quarterback Carson Wentz.
Netflix has announced plans to release in 2019 a time travel drama titled “See You Yesterday” that is produced by filmmaker Spike Lee.
San Antonio has been enigmatic this season but is finally playing consistently and bunching together victories.
A Michigan family said they are approaching the end of their near-decade-long quest to visit every U.S. National Park.