Tiger Woods and former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning won the "The Match: Champions for Charity" golf tournament Sunday, defeating Phil Mickelson and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.
Cupid is in such hot demand in New York City that he's run out of arrows, with the City Clerk saying there are no online marriage license appointments available until September.
The 20-year-old man accused of beating a 75-year-old in a Detroit nursing home pleaded not guilty to assault Sunday, said Maria Miller, Wayne County assistant prosecuting attorney.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that the state will take steps toward reopening this week even as the battle against the coronavirus continues.
The Class of 2020 is graduating at a strange time, with ceremonies canceled across the country and many going virtual.
Don't kiss. Tell clients to wash their hands before they touch you. Wear a mask. Avoid face-to-face positions. And even: Put on a nurse costume and pull out a thermometer -- if his temperature is normal, make it part of the game. If he has a fever, end the session.
Eddie Sutton, the first college basketball coach to lead four different schools to the NCAA tournament, died on Saturday, his family said in a statement. He was 84.
NASCAR will honor the country's fallen military veterans when the Coca-Cola 600 race is held without spectators Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina.
The commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration on Sunday urged Americans observing Memorial Day weekend to follow federal guidelines aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus, saying the deadly virus "is not yet contained."
President Donald Trump has issued a proclamation suspending entry into the US for any individual who has been in Brazil within 14 days immediately preceding their attempt to enter the United States.
Flashes of beauty have bloomed in the most random of places around New York over the past several years -- a trash can here, a phone booth there -- with surprise displays of flowers.
The former high school football player with the lightning speed often jogged for miles near the southeastern Georgia enclave where he grew up.
The novel coronavirus seems to be more deadly for men. But in many other ways, women are bearing the brunt of this pandemic.
Memorial Day weekend is in full swing, but if you're planning on going outside you might want to pack a poncho or umbrella. It's going to be a wet one in many areas across the United States.
Though Columbia University's commencement this year looked a little different than expected, for graduate Qutaiba Idlbi, the conclusion of his studies carried a special significance that a webcast ceremony stemming from covid-19 restrictions couldn't dampen.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday to oppose the Chinese government's move to impose a controversial national security law, which threatens the city's autonomy and civil liberties.
A mother who initially told police that her son was abducted in Florida admitted during an interrogation that she led him to a canal -- where the 9-year-old was later found dead, an arrest affidavit says.
Two Missouri hairstylists potentially exposed 140 clients to coronavirus when they worked for up to eight days this month while symptomatic, health officials said.
The coronavirus pandemic has inspired a grassroots movement that is connecting people who need help with donors who can offer financial assistance.
A federal appeals court rejected a California church's lawsuit hoping to overturn the state's ban on in-person church services.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un set forth new policies to increase the nation's nuclear deterrence at a meeting of military leaders, state news agency KCNA reported Sunday.
Far from hospitals and often lacking basic infrastructure, Brazil's indigenous people are dying at an alarming rate from Covid-19 with little help in sight.
Several people who attended a high school swim party in Arkansas have contracted Covid-19, Gov. Asa Hutchinson told reporters on Saturday.
Music producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland created "Verzuz" to bring joy and entertainment to millions of hip-hop and R&B fans stuck indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic. But they may have ended up spawning a new cultural touchstone.
With restaurants closed or open with limited capacity due to the coronavirus pandemic, a certain subset of those establishments' "patrons" is struggling.
It's no secret that Ramadan this year looked very different for Muslims around the world.
An Oregon family got quite the surprise when one of their farm cats gave birth to a litter of six kittens, including one twice as cute as the rest.
Police in south Florida have arrested and charged a woman in the death of her 9-year-old son after they say she falsely accused two black men of abducting him.
Rescue crews have retrieved the data recorder from the Pakistan International Airlines plane that crashed on Friday, killing at least 97 passengers and crew members.
A four-alarm warehouse fire that broke out at Pier 45 in San Francisco has been contained, the city's fire department said Saturday afternoon.
Thrift stores around the country are getting a deluge of donations from people who've had months to think about the things they don't need while sheltering at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
An elementary school in Kentucky saved a special spot in its yearbook for one very good girl -- Ariel, a service dog.
Ahhh, the joys of gathering around the grill with your closest friends, knocking back a few drinks as you enjoy the extra day off from work on a day that finally feels like summer.
A hairstylist with coronavirus worked for eight days this month while symptomatic, exposing as many as 91 customers and coworkers in Missouri, health officials said.