(RNN) - The National Dog Show champion won on his cuteness and form, but Newton is gaining internet fame for his resemblance to a certain cranky wookie.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Gabbi Ortiz is giving Oklahoma women’s basketball coach Sherri Coale plenty to be thankful for this week.
An Iowa teenager hasn't let cerebral palsy get in the way of leading an active lifestyle. Now, she is raising funds for a service dog that she will receive next year.
(RNN) - David Cassidy, a singer who rose to major teen-heartthrob status in the 1970s with his starring role in TV's "The Partridge Family," died Tuesday after suffering multiple organ failure, his longtime publicist reported. He was 67.
An upcoming Veterans Day seemed the appropriate time for a visit to Andersonville National Historic Site, a unit of the National Park Service that serves as a memorial to America’s prisoners of war.
Signs on a 21-year-old nondenominational church caught national attention on social media after a senior pastor's Instagram post was picked up by media outlets in the weeks after the Sutherland Springs shooting.
GOSHEN — God may work in mysterious ways, according to the old adage, but the head of a local church believes God clearly answered prayers to the benefit of a Goshen woman.
(RNN) – CBS News suspended and PBS has halted production of his show after eight women accused the journalist and TV host Charlie Rose of making unwanted sexual advances. Rose is a co-host on “CBS This Morning” and a contributor for “60 Minutes.”
It's almost Thanksgiving, and that means it's time to eat — and time to nap. You may have heard that turkey is to blame for your post-Thanksgiving sleepiness. But although turkey does contain a chemical that makes humans want to curl up in bed, you can't blame your sluggishness on the bird. Stuffing is the more likely culprit.
Charles Manson, the fiery-eyed cult master whose lemming-like followers staged a bloody two-night murder rampage in Los Angeles in 1969 that gripped the city with fear and shocked the nation, died on Sunday at a hospital in Kern County, California.
(RNN) - If you've been lining the coffers of major colleges and universities just so you have the chance to buy a desirable ticket, you may want to look closely at the new tax bill currently before Congress.
(RNN) - What is it with those people who, even before Thanksgiving, start stringing up lights, putting wreaths on their doors and lugging in trees, which they promptly cover with glittery ornaments?
(RNN) – Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson announced on Friday that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Jackson posted a full statement on his Twitter account.
BALTIMORE (RNN/WJZ/CNN) – Police in Baltimore have a massive ground and air search ongoing for a suspect they say shot a homicide detective who died from his injuries Thursday.
AMHERST, SD (RNN) – A cleanup is underway after about 210,000 gallons of oil leaked on Thursday from the Keystone Pipeline onto the ground in South Dakota. So far, there are no reports of oil making its way into water supplies, KSFY reports.
Nearly one year after Texas made a big-splash hire in bringing Tom Herman to Austin, the Longhorns find themselves in an all too familiar position – mired in the latter stages of a middling season.
Thanksgiving travel will jump to the highest level since 2005 boosted by a stronger economy, even as gasoline prices will be higher than a year earlier.
(RNN/KTRK/CNN) – The owner of a pickup truck with a political message against President Donald Trump in the back window that includes the F-word says she has no plans to remove the sign, even though the local sheriff has spoken out against it.
(RNN) – AT&T has acknowledged widespread outages after Twitter and various outage report websites asked if AT&T is having outage issues with cellular service Wednesday afternoon.
COLUMBIA, MD (RNN) – McDonald’s store video in Maryland has captured images of a woman stealing food and cash by climbing into the store through a window.
(RNN) – A Florida man was arrested on a felony cruelty to animals charge after he threw an M80 firecracker at his neighbor’s dog, blowing off one of the hind paws.
By elevating Oklahoma only one spot in the College Football Playoff rankings, the selection committee sent a clear message that, at least for this week, it doesn’t think too highly of a conference that has been both good and deep this season.
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. — A federal judge has dismissed a widely watched lawsuit challenging the legality of a weekly Bible course in public elementary and middle schools in Mercer County, West Virginia, on the grounds the class is no longer being taught.
RANCHO TEHAMA, CA (RNN) - A shooter in a rural northern California town began randomly opening fire at people Tuesday, killing at least four before he was shot dead by police, said a sheriff's office spokesman.
When Hurricane Harvey dropped 60 inches of rain on Houston in August, some described the storm as "biblical." One of America's leading hurricane scientists has now sharpened that assessment.
The Barker family’s experience — the phenomenon of adults moving from large cities to more rural places — is an example of what one University of Minnesota researcher calls “brain gain.”
(RNN) - People on Twitter shared snapshots of themselves at age 14, the age a woman was when she said Senate candidate Roy Moore molested her 40 years ago.
EVANSVILLE, IN (RNN) - A puppy who was born without a front left leg has been fitted with a prosthetic limb, and his owners hope to train him to serve people who have suffered limb amputations.
Nervous Republicans in Washington are calling for GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore to step aside if the accusation he had a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl in 1979 is true.
(RNN) – The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at the University of Michigan voted to suspend all social activities and pledging while investigations of sexual assault and hazing are investigated, according to the student newspaper.
HARPURSVILLE, NY (RNN) – April the giraffe, who captivated the Internet via livestream, already has one baby, but she may – or may not – be having another.