No. 16 seed Princeton's near-upset of No. 1 seed Georgetown in a 1989 first-round game made sure Cinderella would always get invited to the ball.
Tommy Hilfiger critiques Olympic uniforms, describes the collaboration process with Zooey Deschanel, and explains why he hates florals.
Malaysian officials announced Wednesday investigators are trying to recover deleted files from a homemade flight simulator found in the home of Flight 370's pilot.
Federal prosecutors asked a judge to keep Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from seeing autopsy photos of Boston Marathon bombing victims. Prosecutors say the photos would cause needless harm.
A U.S. soldier's surprise is still making headlines nearly a year after he came home from Afghanistan to a completely changed wife.
The vernal equinox is the celestial event that ushers in the change of seasons into spring, an event celebrated worldwide and not just for the warmer temperatures it ushers in.
These upsets might upset more than just the teams.
British artist Millie Brown, who is perhaps now best known for puking on Lady Gaga at her SXSW performance, has repeatedly defended her work since making headlines last week.
The former reality star has been trying to promote her new E! show, but has instead been caught up in controversy after getting questioned about whether she vaccinates her children.
It seems Pope Francis will not be giving a ringing endorsement to the highly anticipated Biblical epic Noah. While Variety reports the pontiff was set to meet with star Russell Crowe, Paramount Pictures says nothing was ever planned.
Brittany Murphy's last performance will finally be on the big screen, more than four years after her death in 2009.
U.S. officials have arrested 14 men after busting an online child pornography ring they're calling one of the largest such investigations in history.
Cooper revealed on Meyers' show that he thought the late-night host was gay when they first met. Find out why.
The judge in Chris Brown's case has ordered the singer to stay in jail without bail until April 23 after he was kicked out of a rehab facility.
Here are the five best sub-$150 tablets you can buy right now, based on data from our friends at FindTheBest.
Actor Alan Thicke and his wife, Tanya, share their thoughts on how Thicke’s role as Dr. Jason Seaver on the classic sitcom “Growing Pains” measures up against a few of America’s other favorite TV dads (including Homer Simpson).
While many who choose to leave college before graduating have proven to be successful, do they deserve to be awarded honorary degrees? The Cycle panel discusses.
Ronan Farrow speaks with Jilly Stephens, executive director of City Harvest, a New York-based food rescue organization that helps feed over one million needy families across New York City.
Rek LeCounte, Richard Socarides and Krystal Ball discuss the shifting positions of many conservatives on gay marriage. Plus, the panel discusses Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid’s remarks on the militiamen who jumped to the aid of rancher Cliven Bundy.
Reports of anti-Semitic leaflets being distributed in Ukraine are drawing condemnation from around the world. NBC News’ Jim Maceda and Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-NY, join to discuss this latest development in the crisis.
Senator Harry Reid takes on Bundy Ranch supporters; a giant reservoir gets flushed; and big news for the Clinton family. These are the RF Headlines for April 18th, 2014.
Cat flies out window, kitties get shipped. Jeanne Moos reports on felines with one less of their nine lives to live.
The first negotiations between Russia and Ukraine were brought together in Geneva by the U.S. and Europe, even as Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin calls Eastern Ukraine New Russia. NBC s Jim Maceda reports and former U.S. ambassador Nicholas Burns discusses with Andrea Mitchell.
President Barack Obama hosts the Wounded Warrior Project's Soldier Ride to the White House.
Russia's propaganda worse now than at height of Cold War, says Leon Aron, director of Russian studies at AEI.
Secretary Kerry is meeting with diplomats from Ukraine, Russia and the European Union as new violence in eastern Ukraine leads to the deaths of three pro-Russia militants. Also, Vladimir Putin says he hopes for a political resolution but is not ruling out sending Russian troops into Ukraine. Steve Clemons and Anne Gearan join Jansing & Co. to discuss the latest.
Nearly 300 passengers are still missing after a South Korean ferry capsized earlier this week.
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