The performance of the song “Glory” by John Legend and Common brought the audience to its feet and tears to their eyes.
The director of “Selma” encouraged would-be protestors to set up a meeting with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences instead of p…
Winning the Oscar for actress in a supporting role, Arquette’s acceptance speech set Twitter on fire.
A terror threat on U.S. soil. Somalia-based Al-Shabaab released a video Saturday calling for attacks on malls.
Neil Patrick Harris wore a suit and nothing but his underwear as he hosted the Oscars Sunday night.
Here is a gallery of the winners the the Oscars Sunday night in Los Angeles.
The 87th Academy awards is all about the stars, the fashion, and the takeover on Twitter.
Twitter lit up as Taya Kyle walked the red carpet Sunday night.
President Barack Obama has told governors that he won’t agree with all of them on every issue, but he looks forward to working with them.
The movement is aimed toward changing the types of questions reporters ask female celebrities in the limelight, particularly on red carpets …
A video purported to be by terror group al-Shabab urged Muslims to attack shopping malls in the U.S. and Canada, among other countries.
The red carpet was full of celebrities and guests at the Oscars in Los Angeles Sunday night.
The Springfield Falcons surpassed the Albany Devils, 4-2, Sunday at the MassMutual Center.
There was speed, smoke and fire at the Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race on Feb. 22, 2015.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is warning people to be cautious of icy sidewalks as freezing temperatures return after a one-day warmup.
Boston’s transit agency has restored service to all its branches after being crippled by four major snowstorms in three weeks.
Some people in western Massachusetts don’t look forward to the challenges caused by the temporary warm up.
Millions of people could lose health insurance subsidies if the Supreme Court sides with opponents of President Obama’s health care law.
Wesleyan University says several students have been hospitalized with symptoms of overdoses on the drug known as “Molly.”
Walt Disney says it has raised ticket prices to attend Disneyland, Walt Disney World and the rest of its U.S. theme parks, effective Sunday.