As a child, Richard Branson suffered from dyslexia and struggled in school. Branson never thought he would go on to be the billionaire founder of the Virgin Group.
A Nashville community has rallied to support the victims of a weekend shooting at a Waffle House by stopping by to get a meal after the restaurant reopened
A Maine county sheriff on Thursday urged a man sought in the killing of a deputy to turn himself in and told a community to stay vigilant during a manhunt in what's believed to be the first killing of a law enforcement officer in Maine in nearly 30 years
German prosecutors have attributed one more murder to a former nurse accused of killing dozens of patients at two hospitals, bringing to 98 the number of killings he is expected to face trial for later this year
An Ohio judge has agreed that a 13-year-old boy facing charges for fatally shooting his 11-year-old brother should remain held at a juvenile detention center
With the Broadway opening of 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child,' fans are hoping for more of the story of 'The Boy Who Lived.' Buzz60's TC Newman has JK Rowling's answer.
White House doctor Ronny Jackson says he is withdrawing from consideration as Veterans Affairs secretary, saying "false allegations" against him have become a distraction
Deutsche Bank has announced cutbacks to its bond and equities trading in a major overhaul of its troubled investment bank, after posting a 79 percent drop in net profit in the first quarter. As David Pollard reports, the results contrasted with Barclays where improved income from its investment bank helped it report a better-than-expected first quarter pretax profit of 1.7 billion pounds ($2.4 billion).
Two black men who were wrongly accused of not paying to work out at a gym in New Jersey say they were humiliated when staffers there twice called police on them
For much of the 20th century, jai alai dominated the Miami sports scene, attracting crowds as large as 15,000. Today, the sport is barely hanging on in America. So what happened? Here's the story.
Tucked away in the town of Yakima, Washington is a factory producing an unassuming, yet wildly prolific global product, one that you’ve used your entire life—bread tags.
Looking for a car that's old enough to vote, listens to the Gin Blossoms, and boasts absolutely no amenities? Brendan Tokarski has found your perfect ride. Per the Daily Mirror , Tokarski spied a "savagely honest" Craigslist ad out of Houston trying to dump a 1999 Toyota Corolla, and though the...