Bennet Omalu, the doctor who first identified chronic traumatic encephalopathy, believes the former football star suffered from the disease.
Ending a long saga, four Chinese miners were rescued on Friday night after more than five weeks trapped 700 feet below the earth.
According to documents, Michigan officials provided coolers and bottled water for government offices several months before a lead advisory went out to city residents.
Unknown parties obscured nude figures in Rome during a state visit by the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Thirty years ago, the Chicago Bears defensive tackle’s famous Super Bowl XX touchdown altered the gambling universe.
Widespread protests over ride-sharing services in French cities have been marked by burning tires, multiple arrests, and impenetrable traffic.
The battle between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos features record ticket prices, the classic old-versus-young trope, and a fight over Roman numerals.
From outer space down to the streets
Facing a Hollywood backlash, the Academy pledged to double its minority and women membership by 2020.
Kathryn Smith of the Buffalo Bills has been named pro football’s first full-time female coach.
A Taliban bomber struck a bus carrying journalists from Tolo TV in Kabul, months after the group threatened to target the independent news outlet.
The home-sharing giant is weathering criticism for allowing its users to list and rent apartments on internationally disputed land.
ISIS confirmed the death of its notorious English-speaking executioner in a recent issue of Dabiq, the terror group’s magazine.
The United Nations estimates that at least 18,000 Iraqis have been killed since the start of 2014, a number it says might be too low.
The Lebanon-based terror group fired rockets into northern Israel just hours after an Israeli strike killed a senior Hezbollah leader in Syria.
For the third time in just over a month, an Air France flight was diverted over a potential threat.
North Charleston residents will cover the majority of the $6.5 million payment in the wrongful-death shooting caught on video earlier this year.
The new Star Wars flick has already shattered movie-ticket records, including the highest single-day sales. But on the day of its release, Disney shares dropped.
Following a breach of Hillary Clinton’s data, the Democratic National Committee had blocked the Sanders campaign from accessing a key voter file.
The Republican presidential frontrunner returned the Russian president’s effusive praise on Friday—and raised more eyebrows.