The Fox News host tells Fresh Air that she worries about Trump's "de-legitimization" of the media. "Too many millions of Americans aren't listening at all to what the press tells them," Kelly says.
At this bustling Nebraska railroad hub, volunteers — mostly women — greeted and fed about 6 million soldiers. And the taste of those home front meals was a comfort to troops on the battlefield.
Released as a free download via Adult Swim's singles program, "Hate Power" is a brisk and blistering three minutes and 45 seconds, a vertiginous metal-punk spew.
Nominations for the 59th Grammy Awards were announced Tuesday. Hear interviews and performances from a handful of this year's nominees.
In the Coen Brothers' film, screen idol Burt Gurney (Channing Tatum) taps away the blues.
Alt.Latino takes a quick look at some unexpected Grammy nominees for Latin music.
Also: It's the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack; Syrian troops move farther into Aleppo; and opening arguments are set for today in the South Carolina church shooting trial.
The magazine continues a recent trend of naming the U.S. president-elect "Person of the Year" in election years; Barack Obama was given the title in 2012 and 2008, and George W. Bush in 2004 and 2000.
As patients' share of medical bills has grown with the rise in deductibles, copays and coinsurance, providers have become laser focused on getting payments up front.
Watch the legendary singer-songwriter perform a three-song set at Damrosch Park in New York City.
The North Carolina band has been singing the praises of dirt-track racing, Little Debbie pastries and kudzu for over 30 years.
A magnitude-6.5 quake off the coast of the Aceh province has destroyed hundreds of buildings. Authorities say there's no risk of tsunami, like the one in 2004 triggered by a quake in the same area.