Floyd Mayweather Jr. won a unanimous decision over Manny Pacquiao on Saturday, using his usual skill to remain unbeaten in the most anticipated fight in recent years. Mayweather will get 60% of the some $300 million purse, depending on pay-per-view sales
Victor Espinoza rode the horse for his second straight win Saturday at the Kentucky Derby before a record-setting crowd of 170,513 at Churchill Downs
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have not yet announced the name of the girl, who is now fourth in line to the throne
Unlike other cities that have been probed by the department’s Civil Rights Division after excessive force complaints, Baltimore found its way into a less-onerous and adversarial Justice program that emphasizes cooperative support for local law-enforcement agencies
The greater Los Angeles area was rattled Sunday morning by a small earthquake centered just north of Inglewood and Culver City. It was the second earthquake in less than a month along that fault; a magnitude-3.5 quake hit the same area on April 12
The day after she launches her campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO will release a book that details the personal struggles she's faced, including the loss of a daughter, rediscovering her faith and battling cancer
Nigeria's military rescued 234 more girls and women from a Boko Haram forest stronghold in the country's northeast, bringing the total number declared rescued this week to more than 677, officials said
David Goldberg, CEO of Survey Monkey and husband of Sheryl Sandberg, died suddenly Friday night of undetermined causes
Mark Ronson has added five new writers to "Uptown Funk" after the 1970s Gap Band claimed similarities to "Oops, Up Side Your Head," in a decision that came on the heels of a lawsuit over Pharrell and Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines"
Although the outbreak doesn't pose a risk to humans, millions of birds across the country have been infected by the highly pathogenic H5 avian flu in the most recent outbreak, which could result in the biggest death toll in U.S. history
Speaking exclusively with TIME, three Americans describe their rescue from the barren Langtang mountains five days after the Nepal earthquake. “There are so many people we are thankful for," one said. “This could have been far worse"
Prolific crime and mystery writer Ruth Rendell, perhaps best known for her Chief Inspector Wexford novels, died Saturday, said her publisher, Penguin Random House. Rendell, who often wrote under the pen name Barbara Vine, had suffered a serious stroke in January