NORMAN—A fired sewer worker won a $250,000 settlement of his federal lawsuit against the city of Norman, alleging he was dismissed for bogus reasons and to hide his supervisor’s discrimination against him.Read More
NEW YORK--On a Thursday evening in October, as the Oscar campaign for “Black Panther” began to unfurl, Kathleen Kennedy took the microphone in a packed room of award voters.
MIAMI--The senior senator came out first, all drawl and political muscle memory--the man with the golden-est hair in the room and an entrance song, “Eye of the Tiger,” from 1982.
(NEW YORK) -- Since receiving his face transplant 10 months ago, Cameron Underwood has slowly but surely gotten comfortable being out and about in public.
(NEW YORK) -- Once kids reach a certain age, they're expected to address adults as something other than "so-and-so's mommy" and "so-and-so's daddy."
(WASHINGTON) -- A federal judge on Friday ordered the Trump White House to immediately restore the press pass of CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta as the...
(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration on Friday proposed new guidelines for schools dealing with sexual assault and harassment allegations that would make it harder...
(WASHINGTON) -- Days after threatening to withhold federal funds from California as it battles deadly wildfires, President Donald Trump will be making a visit to the state to visit some of the people affected, the White House announced.
(PYONGYANG, North Korea) -- North Korea announced that its leader Kim Jong Un observed a “successful” and “highly significant” test of an “ultramodern tactical weapon,” according to state media Friday.
(NEW YORK) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears to have “been charged” with a federal crime, according to newly discovered court documents filed by federal prosecutors from the Eastern District of Virginia.