Mrs. Clinton, who does not have the most cutting-edge record on gay rights, is making up for it now with a slew of events, including a fund-raiser in Provincetown, Mass.
A YouTube user has uploaded the hilarious moment when he accidentally knocks himself out with his own drone. He must have been a little sleepy that day as he launches his ZMR250 racing copter, which then flies around in a test lap around the field. Show More Summary
The Interior Secretary told D.C.'s mayor the president is reluctant to help a team whose name is so offensive
Department of State spokesperson John Kirby says some of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails related to the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi are being withheld by an executive order because they impact White House interests.
The early morning attacks on checkpoints were later claimed by the Sinai affiliate of the self-described Islamic State.
The Pope has admirably made his voice heard on climate change. But his voice is needed elsewhere too
An acquisition deal between Electrolux North America and General Electric’s appliance business has been halted.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Maliki claims that potential Israeli-Palestinian talks held up by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are unlikely to be productive.
He even interviews Eminem
Selfie sticks have been derided as a symbol of a narcissistic, vapid culture. They’ve been questioned as a safety hazard. They’ve been banned from Coachella, Smithsonian museums, and even Disney World.Read full article >>
Few Americans think the Supreme Court's ruling last week will end the fight over gay marriage, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds -- but even those who oppose its legalization are deeply divided on how fervently politicians should continue to push the issue. Show More Summary
No music. No studio audience. Pure genius. Stephen Colbert surprised a few locals when he dropped in for a beer and a burger in Monroe, Michigan, on Monday night. But it turns out that wasn't all the new host of "The Late Show" had in store. Show More Summary
CINCINNATI (AP) — A suspicious item that prompted a Cincinnati courthouse evacuation turned out to be a perfume bottle shaped like a World War II grenade. Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil told reporters that the bottle was shaped like a "pineapple" hand grenade and was in a woman's suitcase. Show More Summary
This morning, it looked like there was a chance for Greece and its creditors to work out their differences before a dramatic referendum scheduled for this Sunday. The morning after Greece’s bailout deal expired and the country failed...Show More Summary
Greece's is facing a massive economic crisis. And of course, most Germans have seen it coming. It’s so obvious, that when it comes to national finances, the “Bankrupt Greeks“ are simply not as disciplined as the Germans. Right? There...Show More Summary
A leading college faculty association is sounding the alarm over the termination of a tenured Louisiana State University professor for using profanity in the classroom in what school administrators said amounted to sexual harassment....Show More Summary
A transport plane carrying 122 people crashed into a city neighborhood in Indonesia, killing all on board
Gourley's husband Justin, who served in the U.S. Navy from 2000 to 2004, is one of about 500,000 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, which can be worsened by the cracks and thunder of celebratory fireworks. Show More Summary
Kristen Schroder and her boyfriend of 10 months Paul Rossington, by most accounts, were a “volatile” couple whose brief but intense romance was marred by frequent fights and the 27-year-old Schroder’s personal struggles with anxiety and depression, which led her to seek psychological treatment. Show More Summary
A kayaker managed to get up close and personal with a great white shark off a Santa Cruz beach on Tuesday, snapping photos of the predatory fish as it swam directly beneath him. Marine biologist Giancarlo Thomae, who works as a specialist...Show More Summary