Oli Scraff/Getty Images

Notable deaths of 2015

Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians and actors we've lost in 2015.

Cody Hough/Wikimedia Commons

On this day: May 3

Washington, D.C., is incorporated, Joe DiMaggio makes his major-league debut, the Sears Tower becomes the tallest building in the world, and the first spam email is sent, all on this day.

Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Fashion at the Kentucky Derby

Chris Jackson/Getty Images

First look: Royal baby born

The Duchess of Cambridge, the British royal also known as Catherine, gave birth to her second child, a daughter, on May 2.

Andy Lyons/Getty Images

2015 Kentucky Derby preview

The 2015 Kentucky Derby is this Saturday. Click through to see the top contenders for "the most exciting two minutes in sports."

Library of Congress

On this day: May 2

Leonardo da Vinci dies, Lou Gehrig sits out a game for the first time in 14 years, the Soviets capture Berlin, and a version of "The Scream" sells for a record amount at auction, all on this day.

Baltimore Police Department

Officers charged in Gray case

Six police officers have been charged in the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.

Keith Allison/Wikimedia Commons

Most valuable athlete brands in sports

Forbes has compiled a list of the world's most valuable sports brands by calculating how much sports figures' endorsement income exceeded the endorsement income earned by their athletic peers during 2014.

Marvel Studios

Biggest opening weekends for movies

CNN

Kentucky Derby: Facts and history

With this year's edition of the Kentucky Derby running Saturday at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, take a look at some facts and history about the first leg of horse racing's Triple Crown.

Chris Jackson/Getty Images

12 ways you're making your coffee wrong

Burnt, bitter, weak -- there are all sorts of ways you can ruin your morning brew.

Official White House photo by Pete Souza

On this day: May 1

The Empire State Building opens, "Citizen Kane" premieres, Cheerios are introduced, Elvis gets hitched, President Bush delivers his "Mission Accomplished" speech, and President Obama announces the death of Osama bin Laden, all on this day.

iStock image

Better Sleep Month: sleep tips

May is Better Sleeping Month. It aims to improve your sleeping habits. Sleeping plays a big role in keeping healthy. Take a look at sleep’s health benefits, secrets for getting more sleep and take our sleep quiz.

Kathmandutoday.com

Amazing Nepalese earthquake rescues

Here are images of miraculous rescues after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated Kathmandu, Nepal.

Wikipedia.org

Most notorious serial killers

The man who beat serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer to death inside a Wisconsin prison recently explained why he did it to the New York Post. Here's a look at Dahmer and other notorious serial killers.

Edelman

What to know about Malala Yousafzai

Ten people have been sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the 2012 attack on Nobel Peace Prize-winning activist Malala Yousafzai, a judge announced Thursday. Learn more about the life of this Pakistani teenager who has become a champion for girls' rights to education. 

U.S. Army

Fall of Saigon at 40: A Vietnam War retrospective

April 29-30 marks 40 years since Operation Frequent Wind, in which helicopters evacuated 7,000 Americans and South Vietnamese out of Saigon in under 24 hours. Take a look at some key moments of the Vietnam War.

iStock/JordiDelgado

America's 25 fittest cities

Jogging trails. Rec centers. Parks. These cities are tops when it comes to being healthy and fit.

Public domain

On this day: April 30

George Washington is inaugurated as the first U.S. president, the Louisiana Purchase is completed, Adolf Hitler commits suicide, "The Cosby Show" airs its final episode, and Chrysler declares bankruptcy, all on this day.

Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Orioles play White Sox in empty Camden Yards

In an unprecedented move due to unrest in Baltimore, Wednesday's baseball game between the hometown Orioles and the Chicago White Sox is closed to the public and is being played in an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

6 reasons to save more for retirement

This ain't your granddaddy's retirement. The golden years look a lot different than they did years ago. Take a look at why you should be saving more for retirement, as listed by U.S. News & World Report.

Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

FHM's 25 sexiest women in world for 2015

FHM has released its 2015 list of the 100 sexiest women in the world. Click on to see who made the top 25 of the list.

iStock image

Best and worst foods for sleep

What foods should you eat -- or avoid -- to get a good night's rest?

National Archives and Records Administration

On this day: April 29

American troops liberate the Dachau concentration camp, the U.S. begins evacuating American citizens from Saigon, Alfred Hitchcock dies, Roger Clemens sets a strikeout record, and riots consume Los Angeles, all on this day.

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Riots, looting in Baltimore

Baltimore protests turn violent with looting and the burning of a local CVS pharmacy.

Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Celebrities tweet for peace in Baltimore

Numerous celebrities are calling for peace in Baltimore after fires and rioting rocked the city. Click through to see what some notable celebs are saying.

Alex Wong/Getty Images

Violence, arrests at Baltimore police protest

A peaceful demonstration in Baltimore on April 25 came to an end when police in riot gear tried to hold a line, and a few protesters vandalized police cars, threw objects at officers, cursed at them and scuffled with them. Then things got worse Monday, April 27, when full-scale rioting broke out…

Inkster Police Department

Controversial police encounters

Click through to view slides and information about notable controversial police encounters in the news.

michael lorenzo/SXC

8 foods you're reheating wrong

The microwave might be the easiest and quickest way to reheat leftovers, but easy doesn't always equal tasty. Here are eight foods you're reheating wrong, and suggestions on how to make them better, according to Consumerist.

Public domain

On this day: April 28

Fletcher Christian leads a mutiny on the Bounty, Benito Mussolini dies by firing squad, Muhammad Ali refuses to be drafted, and the iTunes Music Store opens, all on this day.

Marvel

Assemble this 'Avengers' quiz

Suit up with the baddest superhero team ever!

istock

History quiz: Women take over

What happened on this day in history?

istock

Birthday quiz: Mad woman

What celebs cut the cake today?

CNN

Faces of Obama's cabinet

Loretta Lynch was sworn in as U.S. attorney general on Monday. She's the first African-American woman to hold the position. Click through to see more faces of President Obama's cabinet.

Win McNamee/Getty Images

Career timeline of Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Here is a look at the life of Loretta Lynch who was sworn in on Monday as U.S. attorney general. Lynch is first black female attorney general in American history.

CNN

Images: 12 dead in theater massacre

On Monday, shooting suspect James Holmes goes on trial for 165 counts, including murder and attempted murder charges. He has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Here are images from the 2012 shooting inside an Aurora movie theater.

Omar Havana/Getty Images

Earthquake kills hundreds in Nepal

WARNING: Graphic content. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered less than 50 miles from Kathmandu rocked Nepal with devastating force early Saturday, killing at least 1,400 people -- and probably more -- in Nepal's capital city, authorities said. 

Omar Havana/Getty Images

Nepal earthquake: Aftershocks, aftermath

(Warning: Graphic content) A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Kathmandu on Saturday. Many houses, buildings and temples in the capital were destroyed, leaving thousands dead or trapped under the debris as emergency rescue workers attempt to clear rubble and find survivors.

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

How much some CEOs earn hourly

Fight for $15 is a growing national protest movement that represents fast food workers' demand for higher wages. Take a look at what average restaurant and retail CEOs earn, broken down as if they got paid hourly.

Spencer Platt/Getty Images

On this day: April 27

Benito Mussolini is arrested trying to escape Italy, an ailing Babe Ruth is honored at Yankee Stadium, construction begins on a new World Trade Center, and President Obama produces his birth certificate, all on this day.

Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images

On this day: April 26

English settlers make their first landing in North America, John Wilkes Booth is shot and killed, an explosion rocks the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, and Lucille Ball dies, all on this day.

NASA/IMAX

On this day: April 25

The guillotine is first used, American and Soviet troops cut Nazi Germany in two, a U.S. Navy submarine completes the first submerged circumnavigation of the globe, and the Hubble Space Telescope is launched, all on this day.

Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational

Most memorable celebrity interviews

Bruce Jenner will talk with Diane Sawyer in a highly anticipated interview on Friday night. Look back at some of the other memorable celebrity interviews from over the years.

Tim Boyle/Getty Images

Biggest failed mergers

Comcast formally withdrew from its pending $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable on Friday morning -- after the companies failed to convince regulators the deal would be good for consumers. Take a look at some of the business world's biggest failed mergers according to Bloomberg Business news.

Jon Durr/Getty Images

White Sox-Royals brawl ends with five ejections

Five players, including Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Yordano Ventura and Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale, were ejected after a bench-clearing brawl in the bottom of the seventh inning Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

CNN

Latest in Cosby sex scandal

Three more women recently came forward and accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Here is a timeline of accusations made against the embattled comedian.

Cantor Fitzgerald/ Getty

Bruce Jenner: Life timeline

Olympian Bruce Jenner is expected to reveal in an interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday that he will now live his life as a woman. Here is a look back at his life.

istock

World's happiest countries

The Sustainable Development Solutions Network released its annual World Happiness report. Here are the top 10 happiest countries in the world, according to the 2015 report.

Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

On this day: April 24

The Library of Congress is established, spaceflight claims its first human casualty, the Unabomber kills his last victim, and South Korea clones a puppy, all on this day.

Jamie K. White/CNN

Notable food recalls

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams said that it was recalling all of its ice creams, sorbets, and ice cream sandwiches and closing all of its shops for now because of a potential Listeria risk. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.

Advertisement

Today's Features

The Hit List

Slideshows

Celebrities

Did You Know?

Multimedia

KPRC News

KPRC Video

Election 2012

Health

Tech

Consumer News

Quizzes

Sports

Travel

Advertisement