Giuliani says he withdrew his name Nov. 29.
Several Democratic senators could force the federal government to shut down if they can't extend pension and medical benefits for retired coal miners.
The Bank of Canada is honoring Viola Desmond, who's best known for sitting in the "whites only" section of a Nova Scotia theater in 1946.
We had no idea macaque monkeys could make humanlike sounds until we put them in an MRI scanner.
The World Anti-Doping Agency took a deep dive into Russia's state-run doping system.
There were 12,989 heroin deaths in the U.S. in 2015. That's just slightly higher than the number of gun homicides, which totaled 12,979.
If U.S. aviation officials allow calls over Wi-Fi, they want airlines to decide if it's OK and to let passengers know about it beforehand.
Park Geun-hye's powers were suspended immediately after the vote, and South Korea's prime minister will take over as acting president.
The studio had the year's four highest-grossing movies worldwide.
NBC won't pay Trump directly, but he'll still profit from a show on a network that's supposed to be covering him objectively.
This is the first time Uber has issued guidelines like these for its passengers. Users who violate the rules could be permanently banned.
Despite appearances, Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell claim they are friends outside of the Senate floor.
Mandates don't increase or decrease presidential power — they're mostly just rhetorical devices.