Chili's new Boss Burger contains nearly a day's worth of calories and a week's worth of guilt. Nathan Rousseau Smith shows us the 1/2 foot tall sandwich.
First Danielle Bregoli disses Kylie Jenner and now she wants to collab with Ky’s man Travis Scott?! The star of our next story has some serious nerve. First Danielle threw some major shade at Kylie in her music video for her hit “These Heaux” by making fun of Ky’s lip injections. But now she is on record saying how much she loves Travis and his music! Do you think Travis should work with Danielle? Let us know in the comments below!
NFL owners unanimously voted to settle the national anthem debate, requiring all players on the field to stand for the national anthem, or remain in the locker room.
Heavy rains from the Gulf of Mexico are causing flooding in the Southeastern United States ahead of what could become the season's first tropical storm
Cisco says that a hundreds of thousands of routers have been compromised in preparation for what could be a major cyberattack against Ukraine
Muslim inmates are suing state corrections officials, arguing that they are not provided adequate nourishment as they break their daily fasts during Ramadan at an Alaska jail
Two government witnesses in the trial of former New England Mafia boss Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme will be disguised by a "movie-industry" quality makeup artist to protect their identities
A new survey from the Federal Reserve shows that almost half of all Americans don't have enough money in the bank to cover an unexpected expense. Tony Spitz has the details.
Ariana Grande wasted no time moving on from Mac Miller, but is her NEW man having second thoughts? Ariana Grande is rumored to be dating comedian Pete Davidson after her split with Mac Miller. But now it looks like Pete is a bit hesitant! Do you think he is crazy? Let us know in the comments below!
Tens of thousands of casino employees could walk off the job for the first time in more than three decades after union members voted to authorize a strike at any time starting June 1
The NFL is exploring options for discouraging player protests during the national anthem, including 15-yard penalties and fining entire teams. It's a bad look as the league grapples with its controversial policies in the public eye.