South Korean K-pop groups pose during a red carpet ceremony for the 2018 MAMA Fan’s Choice in Saitama, Japan, on December 12, 2018.
Harry Shum Jr. has been named the ambassador of the upcoming 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards which is set to take place on Jan. 27.
Crude oil prices rose early Wednesday, buoyed by expectations of a U.S. inventory reduction, as well as reports of production cuts by OPEC, Libya and Canada.
The cast of “Vice” attends the premiere of the film at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in Beverly Hills, Calif., on December 11, 2018.
A pair of earthquakes rattled Tennessee early Wednesday morning and could be felt as far away as Atlanta.
Asuka was the last one standing following a hard-hitting brawl with Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch on Smackdown.
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote by members of her Conservative Party Wednesday, amid her beleaguered plan to leave the EU.
French police are searching for a gunman Wednesday who attacked a crowded Christmas market in Strasbourg, killing three people.
Charlie Sheen celebrated on Twitter one year of sobriety by displaying a commemorative coin from Alcoholics Anonymous.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s onetime personal attorney, will be sentenced Wednesday after reaching a plea agreement with federal prosecutors.
“Champaign ILL” and “The President Show” star Adam Pally said comedy is essential in 2018.
The United States has designated North Korea, China, Myanmar, Pakistan, and six other countries violators of religious freedom.
On Dec. 12, 1968, Arthur Ashe became the first African American to be ranked No. 1 in tennis in the United States.
Actor Jennifer Connelly turns 48 and actor Bill Nighy turns 69, among the famous birthdays for Dec. 12.
The shooting of a gray wolf near Yellowstone National Park has renewed calls to ban hunting in areas just outside the park, creating a safety net for animals that wander too far.
The death toll in Northern Californ’a Camp Fire rose to 86 when Butte County officials said Tuesday a man had died from burn injuries.
Japanese police arrested Wednesday a man, who claimed to be from Hong Kong, for allegedly setting a fire at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japanese media reported.
Defense attorneys for Paul Manafort might not refute claims he lied to the Justice Department’s Russia investigation and broke plea agreement with prosecutors.
A New Jersey woman was reunited with her diamond encrusted wedding band almost a decade after accidentally flushing it down her toilet.
South Korea’s presidential office concluded that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is not likely to visit Seoul before year’s end, a government official said.