With the first Monday in October behind us, perhaps we can at last put to rest the refrain about how the current term of the U.S. Supreme Court is among the most momentous in history. The court’s terms are like presidential elections: Always, history has never seen one as important as the one coming up. But the wordsmith in me is aware that the rhetoric we use when discussing the Supreme Court ...
Pop singer Demi Lovato is awake and with her family after being hospitalized on Tuesday for an overdose of an unspecified drug.
A biotech billionaire struck a $500 million deal Wednesday to buy the Los Angeles Times, ending the paper’s quarrelsome relationship with its Chicago-based corporate overseers and bringing it under local ownership for the first time in 18 years.
Billionaire buys Los Angeles Times for $500 million
Amazon raises monthly Prime membership fees by 20 percent
An admirer of Bob Dylan, Isbell will perform in Tulsa, which is home to the Bob Dylan Archives.
Legislation under consideration by the U.S. House of Representatives would wipe out any chance of federal oversight of the small loan industry in the United States.
Payday lenders and similar operations charge ridiculously high interest rates to poor clients and then "flip" the loans repeatedly to make sure the borrowers pay and pay and pay some more.
Buddy Hield: "God doesn’t make any mistakes and He wanted me to be here."
Before Nate Parker ever considered becoming an actor, and long before he debuted "The Birth of a Nation" to acclaim and talk of Academy Award glory — now uncertain because of his past — Parker was a student-athlete at the University of Oklahoma, earning All-American honors in wrestling.
Even as researchers find that the foreign-born commit fewer crimes than their native-born peers, the perception that immigrants are uniquely crime-prone permeates public and political discourse.
It is the largest fine the CFPB has levied against a financial institution and the largest fine in the history of the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office.
This year's draft will begin 7 p.m. June 23. It will be televised by ESPN.
Here we are, America's infrastructure is Third World-ish with roads jarred by potholes, crumbling bridges, antiquated railways and subpar airports. And as always, Washington's big government red-tape political elites delight in spending hard-earned taxpayer dollars like drunken sailors on liberty, funding pet projects like studying duck penises and building Clinton bridges, turtle tunnels and trains to nowhere.
Tapper drew for major newspapers before finding success as a journalist. He was invited to draw Dilbert after inviting creator Scott Adamas to appear on a CNN show. The Tapper strips will be auctioned for charity.
The analysts expect U.S. crude to rise to about $50 a barrel in the second half of this year.
Sea Monkeys seem to be the epitome of innocent fun. But there's plenty of drama in Sea Monkey lore.
Is the watermelon a vegetable? Can the mistletoe be a state flower? Why is the state rock song no longer the state rock song? Did you know Oklahoma had a state flag and state song before replacements came along?
Griffin reportedly had a bone marrow injection that is similar to platelet-rich plasma treatment to reduce pain and trigger a healing response.
Oklahoma women’s basketball’s Kaylon Williams will begin her professional career with the Los Angeles Sparks.
A food critic's tour of Los Angeles, 1980s John Carpenter, 1970s teens and Christian music's big event are among the highlights to found in arthouse screenings this week.
The Bob Dylan Archive will be permanently housed in Tulsa. That's a good excuse to dive into a manila envelope to see what Dylan stories appeared in the Tulsa World and Tulsa Tribune over the years.
Academy Awards ceremonies have been staged since 1929. A former University of Tulsa faculty member finally had a reason to watch in 2016. Why did he watch and what did he miss in all those years previous?
Oral Roberts, speaking at her funeral in California, said she was “the greatest evangelist of the ministry of God’s miracle power in my lifetime,” the Los Angeles Times reported.
Since becoming the academy's first African-American president, Cheryl Boone Isaacs has worked to induct a higher rate of minorities and unveiled a five-year initiative to promote diversity in the industry.