"Rough Night," "Baywatch" and "Snatched" all tanked in their domestic openings, but "Girls Trip" has already made its money back.
Justice pulled its Just Shine Shimmer Powder after a North Carolina news station claimed it contained asbestos.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo told police they could kill suspected drug dealers, and told them to be especially "firm" with foreigners.
Cleaning up the nuclear debris around the power plant could take up to 40 years and will cost billions.
Even experts don't agree on whether or not the president can pardon himself.
Trump touched on his budget and health care reform in a speech commissioning the USS Gerald R. Ford.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci deleted old tweets that seemed counter to the Trump administration's agenda.
The surrealist painter has become the center of a paternity dispute that could make history and move millions of dollars.
Trump nominated Sam Clovis to be the lead scientist of the Department of Agriculture, even though he has no agricultural experience.
U.S. officials told CNN that the Fitzgerald's crew failed to act on avoiding an approaching cargo ship.
School evacuations and monthly testing of the "attack warning" siren will start in November.
Pew found that most Republicans think higher education is bad for the country. But that wasn't always the case.