5 Takeaways From Scathing Department of Justice Report on Chicago Policing
Federal investigators have determined that the Chicago Police Department has violated the constitutional rights of citizens for years in numerous ways, such as using excessive force, permitting racially discriminatory conduct and shooting individuals who posed no immediate threats, the U.S.
Lech Walesa Attends Funeral of Son Who Battled Alcoholism
Former Polish President Lech Walesa has attended the funeral of one of his sons who died at the age of 43 after a struggle with alcoholism
Man Who Forged Baseball Executive's Signature Gets 4 Years
A New Jersey man who admitted to forging the signature of a Major League Baseball executive as part of an office equipment leasing scam will serve four years in federal prison for the crime
Nebraska Town's Massive Beer Sales Likely Not in Danger
Officials have recommended that a small Nebraska town whose four beer stores sold the equivalent of 3.5 million cans in 2015 be allowed to maintain liquor sales despite ongoing concerns over widespread alcoholism on a bordering Native American reservation
'Bright Lights' Director on Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds Sharing Their Lives
Fisher Stevens, who co-directed the HBO documentary, chronicled Reynolds' physical decline as her daughter Carrie cared for her.
Sarkisian: Time Away Showed Me I Loved Coaching Football
Newly elevated Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian is trying to keep the focus on the players and the national championship game
Carrie Fisher's Rise to Fame, Life-Changing Role in 'Star Wars': Part 3
Fisher's role in the film made her an instant pop icon at the age of 19, catapulting her into international stardom.
Carrie Fisher Dies at 60
The "Star Wars" actress and author passed away days after suffering cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles.
Hollywood Insider Discusses Carrie Fisher's Place in Film History
Matthew Belloni from "The Hollywood Reporter" touches on the actress's health and career.