The wife of former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith accepted his posthumously-awarded degree from the University of Miami.
U.S. comedian Arsenio Hall is suing singer Sinead O'Connor for defamation over comments she posted on Facebook accusing Hall of supplying Prince with drugs "over the decades" and of spiking her with drugs. <Br><Br><a href="http://podcast.cnn.com" rel="nofollow"><img src="http://podcasts.cnn.net/cnnpodcasts/feeds/images/300-running-mate.jpg"></a>
Gwen Stefani, Julia Roberts and George Clooney joined James Corden on the latest edition of carpool karaoke on CBS's "The Late Late Show."
Despite Russia's claim that it would withdraw most of its forces from Syria, they maintain a strong presence at the Hmeymim airbase near Latakia. <Br><Br><a href="http://podcast.cnn.com" rel="nofollow"><img src="http://podcasts.cnn.net/cnnpodcasts/feeds/images/300-reso.jpg"></a>
Tensions over Europe's migrant crisis led to arrests and violence in Sweden and the UK over the weekend, with a masked mob calling for attacks on foreigners in Stockholm and clashes between pro- and anti-migrant demonstrators in the British town of Dover.
The images of burning homes and clouds of smoke brought tears to his eyes.
Late night host Jimmy Fallon set his sights on Donald Trump's apparent creation of the word "bigly" in a recent speech.
Yes, it was nothing short of stunning to watch a sitting speaker of the House go on live television with the express purpose of telling the presumptive presidential nominee of his own party that he is not able to support him at this time.
Donald Trump's march to the White House encountered fierce resistance from his own party Thursday as senior lawmakers hesitated to endorse him, party luminaries said they'd skip his nominating convention and others pondered the potential of a third-party bid.
More than a dozen people have been arrested after a teenage girl was choked, injected with poison, tied to a van and then burned to death.