Singer Ariana Grande and “SNL” star Pete Davidson have ended their engagement, according to multiple reports.
The NFL saved its best for last Sunday night as the New England Patriots scored on the final possession to secure a 43-40 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.
U.S. actress Meghan Markle, the wife of Britain’s Prince Harry, is pregnant with their first child, the Royal Family’s Twitter account said Monday.
On Oct. 15, 1993, the Pentagon censured three U.S. Navy admirals as part of the Tailhook scandal.
Actor/director Penny Marshall turns 75 and Sarah Ferguson, duchess of York, turns 59, among the famous birthdays for Oct. 15.
A skydiver was killed when her parachute failed to open during a jump in Lod, Calif. on Sunday, the Federal Aviation Administration said.
The sister party to German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling Christian Democrats lost its majority in Bavaria for the first time since 1950 on Sunday.
Intruders broke into an Arkansas animal shelter last week and pitted dogs against each other, resulting in a “bloodbath,” shelter employees said.
Sacking Derek Carr six times, the Seattle Seahawks used defense and a physical rushing attack to set the tone in an eventual rout over the Oakland Raiders.
An American newlywed on honeymoon in Costa Rica was killed after he was caught in heavy floodwaters, his family said in a statement.
Vikings back Latavius Murray darted through an opening in the line and sprinted for 26 yards before finally being taken down by an Arizona Cardinals defender.
Running back Todd Gurley ran for a career-high 208 yards and two touchdowns and the Los Angeles Rams remained undefeated by downing the Broncos.
ARLINGTON, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys held serve once again.
Miami Dolphins backup quarterback Brock Osweiler led the Dolphins to an overtime win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
A British man was shot dead by a hunter’s stray bullet in the French Alps on Saturday, authorities said.
In a game that featured two of the worst defenses in the NFL, the Atlanta Falcons were able to make one more play than Tampa Bay and held on for a 34-29 win.
Ben Roethlisberger connected with Antonio Brown with 10 seconds remaining to give the Pittsburgh Steelers a 28-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Melvin Gordon ran for three touchdowns and Philip Rivers threw for two more as the Los Angeles Chargers manhandled the Cleveland Browns 38-14 on Sunday.
Alex Smith threw two touchdowns and Washington cornerback Josh Norman came back to haunt his old team as the Redskins pinned a loss on the Carolina Panthers.
Michael Keaton and Owen Wilson are set to co-star with Necar Zadegan in a two-part episode of IFC’s “Documentary Now!”