Friday th 17th of August 2018

Scarlett Johansson named Forbes' highest-paid actress for 2018 - 07:00

Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans returning for 'Alienist' sequel - 06:30

Pentagon: China building bombers, training pilots for missions against U.S. - 06:30

Travis Scott announces tour; Kylie Jenner and Stormi going, too - 06:30

Bodies of Shanann Watts, 2 girls found at Colorado oil facility - 06:30

Watch: Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns to 'Veep,' shares video - 06:01

Australian minister pushes for offshore development - 06:01

'Diablo 3: Eternal Collection' announced for Nintendo Switch - 06:01

Animal rights groups protest dog meat consumption in Seoul - 05:30

Tickets to North Korea’s Mass Games top $900 - 05:30

New cash will fund Canadian shale operations - 05:30

Decades after desegregation, James Meredith fighting for America's 'moral character' - 05:30

U.S. oil gains offsetting OPEC losses - 05:00

WWE SummerSlam 2018: Who will win? - 05:00

South Korea decides not to revoke Jin Air’s license - 05:00

Diabetic race car drivers Ryan Reed, Conor Daly team up to combat diabetes - 05:00

On This Day, Aug. 17: President Clinton admits relationship with Lewinsky - 02:02

Famous birthdays for Aug. 17: Robert De Niro, Belinda Carlisle - 02:02

19 elk killed in Oregon avalanche - 00:01

Thursday th 16th of August 2018

Google employees question company's plans for Chinese search engine - 23:00

NYU medical school to cover tuition costs for all students - 22:00

NYU Medical school to cover tuition costs for all students - 21:40

Colombia health official warns against having sex during heat wave - 20:40

Thinning retina seen as early warning sign for Parkinson's - 19:40

CDC: Wearing contacts during sleep may risk serious eye damage - 19:40

Blood test in early pregnancy may predict mom's diabetes risk - 19:40

President Donald Trump's military parade postponed until 2019 - 19:40

Paul Manafort jury ends first day of deliberations with questions, no verdict - 19:40

Paris' open-air urinals have some crying foul - 19:10

Chipotle to retrain employees in food safety after illnesses - 19:10

Kirstjen Nielsen: Students should receive medical training in case of attack - 19:10

Ajit Pai: FCC's use of flawed broadband data not 'good enough' - 18:41

Authorities identify remains of missing Georgia boy at New Mexico compound - 18:40

Tampa Bay Buccaneers sign DT Drew Iddings, waive another - 18:10

Vatican condemns 'predator priests' in Pennsylvania grand jury report - 17:42

Denver Broncos' John Elway says no to Colin Kaepernick as backup QB option - 17:42

Alabama Crimson Tide RB Najee Harris expected to miss two weeks - 17:42

Mouth tumor benign for former Arizona Cardinals WR Brittan Golden - 17:13

Minnesota Vikings LB Antwione Williams pleads guilty to careless driving - 17:11

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin 'looks sharp' in drills - 16:42

Joey Bosa to sit again, Philip Rivers to play for Los Angeles Chargers - 16:41

Tennessee Titans TE Delanie Walker exits practice with injury - 16:11

Paris's open-air urinals have some crying foul - 16:11

Rookie Darnold to start for Jets. vs. Redskins - 16:10

Type 2 diabetics can reduce risk for cardiovascular disease, study says - 15:40

Report: Bryant visits Browns with agent in tow - 15:40

Matthew Stafford's wife on Jalen Ramsey comments: 'Waste of time and space' - 15:40

Chicago Bears sign long snapper Tanner Carew - 15:40

Amber fossil suggests ancient beetle pollinated evergreen cycads - 15:10

Israel releases 10 tons of 8-year-old mail to West Bank - 14:50