Schneider made history twice as the first woman to break $1 million in wins and the first trans person to qualify for the quiz show’s “Tournament of Champions.”
French President Emmanuel Macron plans to sign the law within the next 14 days. “Let’s be proud of it,” he said.
Police in Bridgeport, Connecticut, are proceeding with a criminal investigation into the 23-year-old Black woman's mysterious death during a date.
The former pontiff's personal secretary, Archbishop Georg Ganswein, said Benedict "is very sorry for this mistake and asks to be excused.”
"Single ppl use half of their bed for remotes, phone, pillows and snacks"
Pope Francis lamented that ideological divides were discouraging people from getting vaccinated.
The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered the eulogy at the funeral for Valentina Orellana Peralta, who was killed by police when a stray bullet pierced a department store dressing room.
Scott White now faces life in prison for the 1988 murder of Scott Johnson, whose death was originally ruled a suicide.
The second annual Gold List highlights Asian-led and Asian-created movies to remind Oscar voters to diversity and keep representation top of mind.
William Jackson Harper, Lorraine Toussaint and Brian Tyree Henry pay tribute to the heroic life of the pioneering actor and activist.
A video of Michael Todd performing the stunt went viral, and he has since apologized and acknowledged it was "too extreme."
Ruth Salton, a nearly 100-year-old Holocaust survivor, showed up to support her community.
The Buddhist teacher had returned to his native Vietnam to live out the rest of his days.
"Every female lead in a scifi movie is like 'my hair is short bc it's the future.'"
Flyers in plastic sandwich bags with small pebbles were distributed to hundreds of homes in cities with large Jewish populations.
Schneider had already made history as the first trans person to qualify for the quiz show’s "Tournament of Champions." She has now won a total of $1,019,600.
“My main problem with dating apps is I’m pitching a product I don’t really believe in"
"The 1619 Project" author read excerpts from King's speeches without telling anyone that she was doing so, leading the audience to think King's words were hers.
The family of Lauren Smith-Fields has filed a notice of intent to sue the city of Bridgeport, Connecticut, over its handling of the 23-year-old's death.