In the breast-beating over the fallen of #MeToo, where’s the sympathy for women, who have endured harassment and lived with fear every day?
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Doug Jones is hoping to become Alabama's first Democratic senator in 20 years.
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The Pentagon announced that it will begin accepting transgender people starting January 1, 2018, going against the Trump administration’s plans to ban th...
It once covered a quarter of the globe but is now a measly collection of island outposts. Here's how to visit what remains of the British Empire
The jungle queen posted a lovely photo of her reunion with her grandparents, but fans were gobsmacked
Paris Hilton is throwing some shade at Lindsay Lohan 11 years after the two stars were photographed together with Britney Spears
Kate Middleton is bringing some Christmas cheer to families who lost their homes when the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy struck six months ago
U.S. producer prices rose in November as gasoline prices surged and the cost of other goods increased, leading to the largest annual gain in nearly six years.
Chinese lenders' short-term household loans almost doubled last month from a year ago, according to central bank data, as regulators clamp down on other opaque
The World Bank will stop financing oil and gas exploration and extraction from 2019, it announced Tuesday at a climate summit seeking to boost the global economy's shift to cleaner energy.
Many looked up the term amid the #Metoo movement and as increasing allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct have taken over the news cycle.
QUEEN Elizabeth II will make her usual speech this Christmas. What will she talk about? Will she discuss Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement or Prince William and Kate Middleton’s pregnancy?
DENISE VAN OUTEN almost showed Loose Women viewers a little too much during her risqué appearance on the ITV show earlier today.
A MAJOR UK city has outlined its plans to outlaw inconsiderate drivers parking on the pavement.
EY CEO and global chairman Mark Weinberger, who served as assistant Treasury secretary on tax policy under President George W. Bush and on the Social Security Advisory Board under President Bill Clinton, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Republican tax reform bill, how slashing corporate tax rates will increase investment in the U.S., and why it's hard to know whether those savings will translate to increased wages for workers.
The 42-year-old former Spice Girls star had the words: 'Stephen, till death do us part you own my heart' inked along her rib-cage
U.S. producer prices rose in November as gasoline prices surged and the cost of other goods increased, leading to the largest annual gain in nearly six years a