O'Toole is best known for his role as T.E. Lawrence in the 1962 epic 'Lawrence of Arabia.'
Harrison Odjegba Okene was on a boat that capsized in July in the Atlantic Ocean off the Nigerian coast, the Associated Press reports. Eleven crew members died, but Okene, who was the cook, survived for almost three days.
A fundraiser for the Good Samaritan who returned a backpack filled with money has reached nearly $100,000
Researchers say a toddler born with HIV has been functionally cured of the disease. Could it lead to a cure for HIV?
Fontaine was one of the last leading ladies from Hollywood's Golden Age. It wasn't always clear whether she was more famous for her Oscar-winning role in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Suspicion' or the rivalry with her older sister.
The day cancer got a 'KAPOW!', courtesy of the Make-A-Wish Foundation
Dairy Queen employee Joey Prusak repays a blind man, righting someone else's wrong
Controversy Surrounding Film American Hustle
A flag-draped casket containing the body of Nelson Mandela arrived with a military honor guard Wednesday for display in an amphitheater where he was sworn in 19 years ago as South Africa s first black president.
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With two other professional sports having dealt with lawsuits over concussions in 2013, Major League Baseball announced plans to ban home plate collisions.
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Tom Hanks gave one audience member a Christmas card photo she'll never forget.
NASA has unveiled Valkyrie, its 6'2' and 275 pounds humanoid, with detachable arms, mounted cameras and sonar sensors that would make it ideal for work in disaster-stricken areas.
If it seems like Christmas special re-runs have remarkable staying power, you're not imagining it. Production studios went on an incredible run of putting out Christmas classics in the 1960's and 1970's.
Brandon Stanton is the street photographer turned culture spotter behind the blog 'Humans of New York.' His photos have been called capsules of a moment in time, and are being imitated all over the world.
With budget deal poised to pass the Senate today and head to the president's desk Thomas Roberts talks about the deal, the controversy over a provision that would limit pension increases for future retirees as well as the Senate's agenda ahead.
Zachary Karabell talks about the decision the Federal Reserve will make on its aggressive economic stimulus program and its impact on the economy.
Sen. Chris Coons reports on the crisis in the Central African Republican and whether the U.S. should intervene more.
Chris Christie is leading Hillary Clinton in a new Iowa head-to-head match-up, and Tom Coburn releases a new report detailing waste in the government. Sabrina Siddiqui, Corey Dade and Michael Tomasky discuss.
First lady Michelle Obama talks with a group of mothers Wednesday at the White House about the Affordable Care Act.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney talks about the arrest of a diplomat on fraud charges in New York City.
Human Rights First's Shawn Gaylord discusses President Obama's naming of two openly gay athletes to the official American delegation to the Sochi Olympics.
Sen. Joe Manchin talks about the bipartisan budget deal and explains why it’s a rarity. When asked about Congress’ limited productivity this year, Manchin says he’s ashamed and everyone needs to start putting the country first.
Rand Paul is threatening to delay the vote that would confirm Janet Yellen as head of the Federal Reserve unless his "Audit the Fed" bill comes to a vote.
The Guys Tell All panel of Kyle Martino, Rick Younger, Chuck Nice and Bob Guiney weighs whether you should ask your man what he wants for Christmas or give him a surprise present, and reveal whether a man really loves you when he says so during an intimate moment.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports top technology executives met with President Obama at the White House today to discuss the relationship between the U.S. tech and intelligence communities.
Grace Hightower De Niro talks about how she met her husband, actor Robert De Niro.
A security guard in Poland dove to save a falling baby at an airport security line.
Parents around the country are starting to use a three-present rule, inspired by the three gifts given to Jesus at his birth, to keep their family focused on the positive messages of Christmas instead of the presents.
Authorities are still looking for two suspects after a man was shot and killed during a carjacking at a high-end New Jersey mall. NBC s Stephanie Gosk reports.