Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez released a statement Saturday morning clarifying that they remain in a relationship. Several news organizations reported Friday that they had broken up.
The Biden administration said Tuesday that it will deliver an interim report on its suspension of oil and gas sales from federal lands and waters by summer, but officials declined to state how long the moratorium could remain in place.
Embattled Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, facing a House vote to strip her of committee assignments, said Thursday that she regrets some "words o…
Dustin Diamond is “going through a lot of pain” amid his cancer battle, as sources say he is going through “ups and downs” both physically and emotionally.
Newly-elected Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene told Newsmax’s Greg Kelly that she plans to file impeachment articles against P…
Marion Ramsey, who was best known for playing Officer Laverne Hooks in the 'Police Academy' franchise, has died aged 73.
Rupert Grint says being a dad is “a very different love” to anything he’s felt before, after he welcomed his daughter Wednesday with his girlfriend Georgia Groome back in May.
Katie Zolnikov, a 2020 Republican candidate for the Montana Legislature was appointed Tuesday to replace her husband, Daniel, as the state representative for House District 45.
ATLANTIC CITY — Luxor Capital Group was granted a license to operate Ocean Casino Resort after it was able to demonstrate its financial stability since last July to the state Casino Control Commission.
The Cumberland Players has canceled it's production of "Harvey," originally scheduled for May 1 to 9.
ATLANTIC CITY — Claims of racism and cronyism were leveled against the mayor Wednesday by a former councilman for allegedly working behind the scenes to block the appointment of two Muslim women to the local utility board.
ATLANTIC CITY — Multiple appointees for two casino-related decision-making agencies are serving past the expiration dates of their terms and waiting on Gov. Phil Murphy to take action.
Montana environmental officials on Tuesday proposed approval of a major expansion of the state's largest coal mine after it was recently sold through a bankruptcy auction to a company controlled by the Navajo Nation.