Ralph Peters, a retired Army colonel who has been a Fox News military analyst, says he’s quitting the network because it has become a propaganda machine for ‘a destructive and ethically ruinous administration’
The recent discovery of the USS Juneau in the depths of the South Pacific has provided some closure to people with connections to the ship that was blown apart during World War II
Is #MeToo part two on the way? The bankrupt Weinstein Co.’s voiding of its non-disclosure agreements could mean a new wave of accusers and witnesses will come forward alleging the sexual misconduct of its co-founder and ex-CEO Harvey Weinstein.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has issued initial orders allowing the Weinstein Co. to continue paying its bills and working toward a sale of most of its assets
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin has pleaded not guilty to threatening former teammates who had harassed him in the NFL
Wynn Resorts wants a yearslong civil case set to go trial next month to be moved out of Las Vegas because of the media’s coverage of its founder’s departure from the company amid sexual misconduct allegations
Clarification: Scientology Network story
Melania Trump commits herself to helping reduce cyberbullying, despite the criticism.
Former WCW and WWE heavyweight champion Bill Goldberg is set to follow another script
Nielsens illustrate the popularity of cable political shows, which are becoming a pastime for many Americans
Bill Cosby’s lawyers want t-shirts, buttons and other slogan-filled items banned from his upcoming sexual assault retrial after some accusers were seen with them in the audience at his first trial
A list of the top 20 prime-time programs in the Nielsen ratings for March 12-18
An attorney for a Massachusetts museum has urged a judge on the state’s highest court to quickly sign off on a plan that would allow it to sell dozens of artworks
A private Vermont ski resort that was the setting for “The Bachelor Winter Games” on ABC has been shut down for failing to pay taxes