Kourtney Kardashian will walk down the aisle for the first time after Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker popped the question.
The 7-foot statue of Thomas Jefferson has been in City Hall since 1834. New York City’s Public Design Commission voted to get rid of it, citing his ownership of slaves.
A Myanmar army general said the prisoners will be freed October 20 as part of the nation’s Thadingyut festival.
After an American Airlines plane blew its tires landing, inbound flights were held for several hours.
This is the first time country music star Luke Bryan has hosted the awards, which will air Nov. 10.
“Sabrina the Teenage Witch” actress Melissa Joan Hart won the money in the bonus round, for the Youth Villages charity.
Amazon’s top executives, including founder Jeff Bezos, are accused of misleading or lying to Congress about the company’s business practices.
Although the LSU Tigers were national champions in 2019, head coach Ed Orgeron will step aside after a season that is off to a mediocre 4–3 start.
Foxconn Technology Group, the Taiwanese company that assembles iPhones, will build three new EVs in Lordstown, Ohio.
Two women from the “No Beijing 2022” campaign attempted to hang a banner from the Acropolis in Athens, calling China a “genocidal regime.”