Americans view the news media as a key part of ensuring the nation's democracy, particularly its responsibility as the fourth pillar of society to keep the public informed, but they feel the media are not living up to their role, a new Knight-Gallup p
Haitians are no longer eligible to apply for temporary agricultural and seasonal visas, the Trump administration ruled Wednesday. Such visas were part of an effort to employ Haitians in the United States after a 2010 earthquake devastated the Caribbean co
The National Alliance of Theater Owners (NATO) announced Wednesday that the national ticket average for 2017 rose 3.7 percent year-over-year to $8.93, up from $8.65 last year. At that average, the estimated number of movie tickets sold last year is 1.23 b
On Tuesday night, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker seemed rattled. In a special election in the state’s 10th Senate district, Democrat Patty Schachtner beat Republican Adam Jarchow, taking over district that voted for Trump by 17 points in 2016
A HORRIFIC new disease dubbed 'Bleeding Eye Fever', which is deadlier than the Plague, has killed more than four people and infected dozens, sparking fears East Africa is about to be hit by a major epidemic.