The Congressional Budget Office says the 2015 budget could boost tax revenues while slashing deficits by $1.05 trillion.
Members of heavy metal band Korn pay tribute to their former tour guitarist Shane Gibson.
This could be the sequel we've been waiting for.
Though they've been separated since 2012, we're sad to see one of Hollywood's funniest couples split.
The Thunder secure No. 2 seed, the Cubs' visit to Yankee Stadium doesn't go well, and more.
New applications for unemployment benefits held near their pre-recession levels last week.
Hedge fund managers are buying the Milwaukee Bucks for $550 million, becoming the latest Wall Street financiers to own a sports club.
Atlanta has landed a Major League Soccer expansion team that will play beginning in 2017 in the city's new open-air stadium.
Actor Mikael Persbrandt has been sentenced to five months in jail for buying cocaine.
A 3-year-old boy has been reunited with his mother after being found playing inside a coin-operated arcade game.
The lawsuit - filed weeks before the release of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" - alleges the director sexually assaulted a teen boy.
Partisan bickering over immigration reform intensified as each side accused the other of standing in the way of progress.
Michael Bloomberg ramped up efforts to fight gun violence with a $50 million grassroots campaign to organize voters on gun control.
Police say a mother accused of slaying six of her infant children secretly gave birth at home and then immediately killed them.
This man tried to take a selfie while a train passed but was a little too close.
A look back at Hollywood's biggest headlines.
Jenny McCarthy has the "right stuff" in the New Kids On The Block star's eyes.
The official death toll from a mudslide rose to 39, after search teams pulled out two more bodies from the mud and rubble.