The late night legend will pass the talk show torch to Stephen Colbert in 2015.
Smoldering buildings and burned-out cars sit alongside the memorial for Michael Brown, photographed from above in Ferguson, Missouri, on Tuesday afternoon.
The new standards will affect everything from chain restaurants to movie theaters. Also, booze.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Obama personally communicated with the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, urging cooperation in the effort against the Islamic State and in reaching a nuclear accord.
Sanaa Seif, an activist and editor of the documentary about Egypt’s popular uprising, was sentenced to three years for protesting anti-demonstration laws.
Police on Friday confirmed that the remains — found roughly 12 miles from the University of Virginia campus — belong to Hannah Graham, who went missing in September.
Kevin Vickers, the man credited with killing the Ottawa terror suspect and preventing further bloodshed, gets a prolonged and thunderous ovation the day after the shooting in the very building that was under attack. Vickers appeared to struggle to hold back tears.
Because some people don’t have HBO and just need a taste. These photos were taken on Sept. 12th and 13th in Paris at the taping of the concert documentary that is currently melting down the internet.
The 46 Turks and three Iraqis were captured in Mosul, Iraq, during an ISIS attack on the Turkish Consulate back in June. The Turkish government denies they paid a ransom or agreed to any demands from ISIS.
The NFL Commissioner addresses the recent high-profile abuse cases involving Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and other players.
President Obama holds a year-end press conference in the White House, his first since announcing diplomatic normalization with Cuba and the FBI announcing North Korea was behind the Sony hacks.
The governor of Missouri will speak on the shooting of Michael Brown and the ensuing unrest.
When life hands you haters, make haterade.
Matt McGorry insists it was a joke, but a lot of folks on Twitter didn’t find it funny.
The actor/philosopher/ineffable cosmic force turned 70 on Sunday. Oh, Gary Busey, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
A building under construction in the southern Indian city of Chennai collapsed late Saturday night during heavy rains, with more than 90 workers believed to be in the basement of the 11-story structure at the time of the collapse. The accident comes shortly on the heels of another collapse in New Delhi that killed 11.
All photos were taken on June 6, 1944.
“The e-mail did not raise allegations or concerns about wrongdoing or abuse…”
Other winners include American Bennett Miller for best director for his wresting drama Foxcatcher, Julianne Moore for best actress in David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars, and Timothy Spall for best actor as British painter J.M.W. Turner in Mike Leigh’s biopic Mr. Turner.
The Brussels Fire Department and Prime Minister of Belgium have confirmed reports of gunfire at the Jewish Museum, where at least four are dead. A man was detained on Saturday, but is now considered a witness. Police are still searching for the suspect.