Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) indicted on corruption charges.
Is Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig's upcoming Lifetime movie A Deadly Adoption the greatest April Fools' joke ever?
TIME cover story on the showdown between religion and gay rights. "The culture war over gay rights is largely decided; what remains is the mainly rhetorical question of whether a florist or baker or photographer can refuse, on religious grounds, to supply a wedding bouquet where there is no bride, or a celebratory cake without a groom on top…. But symbols count, and the ones at stake in this unexpected clash are significant in a number of ways… but it would be wise to brace for more conflict. As long as social conservatives are able to influence early presidential competitions in states like Iowa and South Carolina—while winning elections in polarized congressional districts—their voices will be heard. Their opponents, as we have seen in Indiana and Arkansas, are determined that those voices not be heeded."
Have Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield called it quits?
CNN digs into the Iran nuclear deal.
British couple wins $1.5 million lottery twice in two years.
Harry Reid says he'd rather be "beat with whips" than become a lobbyist after he leaves the Senate.
Televangelist Robert H. Schuller dead at 88.
Britney Spears proudly shows off her son Sean's artwork.
Coca-Cola releases anti-#RFRA statement. "Coca-Cola does not support any legislation that discriminates, in our home state of Georgia or anywhere else. Coca-Cola values and celebrates diversity. We believe policies that would allow a business to refuse service to an individual based upon discrimination of any kind, does not only violate our Company's core values, but would also negatively affect our consumers, customers, suppliers, bottling partners and associates. As a business, it is appropriate for us to help foster diversity, unity and respect among all people. We advocate for inclusion, equality and diversity through both our policies and practices.Coca-Cola does not condone intolerance or discrimination of any kind anywhere in the world."
The Curiosity rover has hit a Martian mineral jackpot.
How Russia's 'gay propaganda' ban targets teachers.
The 30 most anticipated movies of the summer.
Matt Bomer continues to use New York City as his personal runway.