Central Nepal was hit with a powerful earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale on Saturday morning, killing at least 1,805 people, damaging buildings in the country’s capital, Kathmandu, and sending tremors across northern India, Bangladesh and Pakistan
Protesters took to the streets in the largest Freddie Gray rally yet, and pockets of protesters smashed out police car windows and storefronts
Ford is recalling 389,585 cars after discovering a defect that can cause the doors to fly open while the car is being driven
President Obama and Cecily Strong cracked wise in Washington for the annual event known as "nerd prom." Here's what you missed, from jokes about Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton a surprise appearance by a Comedy Central star
Security is being stepped up in Los Angeles, its area airports and other parts of Southern California amid new ISIS-related threats calling for attacks on uniformed personnel. Investigators said they were not aware of a specific plot
Laverne Cox, transgender activist and star of Orange is the New Black, told TIME, "We need more of what’s happening in the media in terms of visibility to affect policies and how we treat transgender folks"
More than a third of children under the age of 1 have used a device like a smartphone or tablet, according to a new study. The survey of 370 parents of young kids showed that adults often let their children use media or mobile tech as a distraction
A computer outage that affected 7,000 Starbucks stores in the U.S. and 1,000 in Canada is resolved, allowing them to reopen. During the shutdown, some baristas gave away a flurry of free frappuccinos and coffees to customers
A new airline featuring nonstop flights—and free Evian water—has taken to the skies. OneJet's nonstop flight service began April 6, flying from Indianapolis to Milwaukee, and the airline will add service to Pittsburgh to its list in early May
In response to declining profits, the retail store that once felt like a nightclub is turning down the music, turning up the lights and dropping the shirtless models that used to greet patrons. The company is also abolishing the attractiveness qualification for new workers
Olympic gold medalist and TV personality Bruce Jenner confirmed in a new interview late Friday that he is undergoing a long-rumored gender transition, saying it would be his last time known as "Bruce"
David Ayer, director of the upcoming Suicide Squad film, gave the first official look at Jared Leto as the iconic DC villain The Joker. Ayer released the photo late Friday to celebrate The Joker’s 75th anniversary