Even with the flashy competition of Terminators and male strippers, the little feelings inside a young girl's head proved to be more of a draw for moviegoers going into the holiday weekend.
The employees of the Decatur County clerk's office in west Tennessee have resigned from their positions.
Jail time is on hold for former "Saved by the Bell" actor Dustin Diamond while he appeals his sentence for an altercation at a Wisconsin bar.
Whole Foods Market is apologizing to its shoppers for incorrect pricing, a week after a New York investigation found that the natural food grocer routinely overcharged for prepackaged fruits, vegetables and deli meats.
Four Kentucky couples are suing a clerk who is refusing to issue gay-marriage licenses - or any marriage licenses at all - following the U.S. Supreme Court decision that same-sex couples have a legal right to marry.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of two registered sex offenders cites Indiana's new religious objections law in arguing they've been wrongly prohibited from worshipping at churches that have schools on the same property.
One winner of a teenage Miss 4th of July pageant is upset. The other agreed to share the title but isn't talking. And the pageant organizer is defending herself from accusations she rigged the results.
The town's annual Independence Day parade once again will include the traditional Little League teams, floats sponsored by local businesses, fire trucks and politicians. But, for the 30th consecutive year, there will be no marching bands.
Hispanic leaders are warning of harm to Republican White House hopes unless the party's presidential contenders do more to condemn Donald Trump for calling Mexican immigrants rapists and drug dealers.s
"They're good people," Obama said of Republicans. "It's just their ideas are bad."
Special TSA teams are being assigned to large airline hubs.
This sure-to-be-controversial "Frontline" episode explores the transgender phenomenon as younger people than ever (and their parents) now experience it: A frontier of possibilities and unknowns.
Less than a month after edging out Brazil, California has slipped back to its ranking as the eighth-largest economy in the world based off an update of global economic data released.
ManCrunch claims phishing will not happen on its new platform, touting the app's ability to curb profile "surprises" while connecting users to the global market.
Big-time donors to a nonprofit educational group founded by Jeb Bush, disclosed for the first time, highlight the intersection between Bush's roles in the worlds of business, policy and politics years before he began running for president.
The CEO of IndyCar said that the series went too far with the rules package for last weekend's race at California, where many drivers sharply criticized what they said was dangerous pack racing.
If you think Canada merely summons the image of bushy-bearded lumbersexuals hewing cords of wood, flannels flying, think again. Toronto's style-makers will prove you wrong.
A giant glitter-ejaculating penis that is being used as part of a public service announcement to promote safe-sex is causing a stir in Norway where the PSA is being broadcast.
The White House says visitors can now take photos or use social media during public tours of the building.
According to event organizer Panzi, the 40th annual "Invasion of the Pines" will go on as scheduled - no thanks to Ian Reisner. PJ McAteer notes that as always, for all in drag, the drinks will be on the house.