It‘s been 36 years since Henry Thomas starred in a film about a boy who befriended an alien in 1982‘s ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial‘ and life today couldn‘t be more different for the former child star.
Better get to the airport early.
An eruption at Hawaii‘s Kilauea summit Thursday sent a plume of ash skyward, about 10,000 feet above sea level, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
President Donald Trump‘s last-minute move to pull out of a highly anticipated summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un further clouded the murky prospects of the global diplomatic push to resolve the nuclear standoff with Pyongyang.
France‘s defense ministry says two retired members of its secret services are suspected of being double agents for an unnamed foreign power.
Researchers at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife have discovered trace amounts of opioids in mussels in several locations off the Seattle coast a telling sign of the severity of the opioid problem that has plagued communities across the country.
The Iranian government wants assurances that economic incentives that were part of a landmark deal to stop the country developing nuclear weapons will be protected, despite the U.S. withdrawal and threat of sanctions against companies who trade with Iran.
An Australian nun who irked the Philippine president for joining political rallies has defied an Immigration Bureau order for her to leave the Philippines and appealed to justice officials to allow her to continue her missionary work for the poor and victims of injustice.
The Latest on Cyclone Mekunu that is headed for the coast of Oman (all times local): 12:05 Streets are largely empty in the Omani coastal city of Salalah ahead of Cyclone Mekunu‘s expected landfall there this weekend.
President Trump‘s announcement that he would sit down with Kim Jong Un came as a global shock.
Despite the Democratic hopes for a ‘blue wave‘ to give them majorities in Congress, there is good reason to be optimistic about Republican chances in the midterm elections in November and the 2020 elections as well.
Police say mobs of terrified villagers have killed at least three people and attacked several others in southern India after social media messages warned that gangs of kidnappers were roaming the region in search of children.
A lawyer for the Chinese dissident behind a website documenting alleged rights abuses says the activist will be tried for leaking state secrets on June 20.
Italy‘s premier-designate, Giuseppe Conte, is meeting with the Bank of Italy governor as part of consultations ahead of forming a government.
Canadian police say an explosion set off deliberately in a restaurant has wounded at least 15 people, some of them critically.
A congressman from Southern California is facing backlash over recent remarks that, in his view, homeowners have a right to refuse to sell their property to gays and lesbians, reports said.
Voters throughout Ireland have begun casting votes in a referendum that may lead to a loosening of the country‘s strict ban on most abortions.
Just after daybreak, Hamed al-Shaer came down the narrow stairway of his family‘s home in southern Gaza pulling a black suitcase and said goodbye to his mother.
A second founding board member of a progressive group inspired by U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders‘ failed 2016 presidential run resigned Wednesday, raising concerns of a racial strain within the organization, a report said.
New York billionaire George Soros is leading a campaign to reshape the nation‘s criminal justice system -- and targeting with cash four of the 56 district attorney positions in California up for grabs June 5.
House Republicans in June plan to interview three FBI officials linked to the agency‘s controversial handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe, part of an ongoing joint investigation by the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees.
Israel called on the European Union on Friday to halt funding to more than a dozen European and Palestinian non-governmental organizations that it says promote boycotts against Israel, saying the financial support violates the EU‘s stated policy that it opposes boycotts against the Jewish state.
A car bombing on a busy street in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi has killed at least seven people, including a girl, and wounded 10.
The president of the national Border Patrol union now says that President Trump‘s decision last month to send National Guard troops to the southern border has been "a colossal waste of resources."