Beyonce owned the MTV Video Music Awards — like she did in 2014 — with a 16-minute performance featuring her recent hits from "Lemonade," working various stages with strong, layered vocals, skilled dance moves and even an outfit change — all as the audience watched in awe and cheered her on.
The 49ers held a players-only meeting before practice in which the quarterback was asked to explain his views. Some said they weren’t aware that Kaepernick had been sitting during the singing of the anthem in the first three preseason games because he was behind them on the bench.
A six-member team of scientists lived in a dome on top of Mauna Loa for a year, which might sound good until you consider that they could only leave their dome while wearing spacesuits because they were simulating a mission to Mars. They have concluded that a manned Mars mission is feasible, at least from a “technological and psychological” perspective. But they can’t wait to swim and eat fresh food.
More than 300 people came to a small church Sunday evening to say farewell to two nuns killed in their Mississippi home, even though more than half had to watch the service called vigil for the deceased on a monitor outside.
Divers found the wreckage of a small plane that crashed into the huge, mud-bottomed lake that forms New Orleans' northern shore, but two men remained missing Sunday, the New Orleans Fire Department said.
Federal agents in Florida have arrested two women and a man after linking them to a ring that staged fake car crashes to defraud insurance companies through massage therapy and chiropractor services for “victims” who didn’t need medical treatment, according to federal court records.
Stella Sarandis was treated to a surprise ride on a Harley Davidson three-wheeled motorcycle Saturday to her 90th birthday party at Macon’s Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church. The Warner Robins woman, who rode in hot air balloons to celebrate her 80th and 85th birthdays, had said she wanted to ride a Harley, to cross the item off her bucket list.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. This new spot from NHTSA examines the impact a simple text can have on you and those you love. Drivers are encouraged to join the conversation by using the hashtag #justdrive. "If you're texting, you're not driving."
US Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Don't let a text wreck your life
Dance helps D'Iberville boy overcome ADHD
Watch baby polar bear Nora grow up fast
NASA animates the powerful winter storm headed for the Mid-Atlantic