Plus, Putin, UMBC and Sister Jean.
The Retrievers became the first men's #16 seed to beat a #1 seed in the history of the NCAA tournament.
Plus, Getting tougher with Russia and Buffalo busting brackets
The bridge had been put up very quickly and praised at a ceremony on Saturday.
A swing and really big miss by Snapchat.
22-year-old Haley Anderson, a senior nursing student, was found dead Friday.
Plus, Toys aren't Us anymore and Drake played Fortnite
From Florida to the White House, gun control reform is in the national spotlight today.
Plus, rest in power Stephen Hawking and a Pennsylvania shock for the GOP
Brianna Brochu, who is white, was arrested after smearing body fluids on her black roommate’s backpack last year.
Plus, No Russia collusion and Jay-Z and Beyoncé on tour
In the wake of bad behavior and investigations, school self-imposes ban.
Plus, NCAA tournament set to begin under scandal clouds
Plus, it's the Daylight Savings weekend
U.S. News and World Report breaks down higher education as part of its annual states ranking
Red, white, and blue are cool, but not when it looks like the flag?
Boy don't even try to touch this.
Plus, It's International Women's Day, just ask McDonald's
It was badass.
Legislation would prevent sales puppy-mill dogs, cats and rabbits at pet stores and flea markets.
Fahrudin Omerovic faces "terroristic threat" charges.
Plus, the witch doesn't burn in this one.
Sam Houston State women's team member was captured on video by a teammate.
A nationwide school walkout is planned for March 14 and St. Louis and Washington Universities are cool with it.
New report highlights lack of diversity in teaching and mentoring positions remains an issue.