Jon Stewart really went after the Secret Service Wednesday night for a series of security blunders, including the craziness of the White House fence-jumping incident.
An Ohio woman who went to a sperm bank so she and her lesbian partner could have a baby is now suing the sperm bank because they mixed up the donor vials and gave them the sperm of a black man.
Shelly Sterling reported burglary at Beverly Hills home of former Los Angeles Clippers owner
Traveling across the country in a train sounds like the most romantic way to work as a writer. And Amtrak is making this lifestyle possible for 24 lucky writers, who are the first winners of the company’s new residency program. ThisShow More Summary
ISIS has set itself apart from other Islamic terrorist groups by the sophistication of its online and social media propaganda efforts which have helped lure hundreds, perhaps thousands of impressionable young people from countries around the world to Syria, to join the fanatical so-called Islamic State. Show More Summary
The World Bank has given bonuses to senior officials as it pursues a cost-cutting restructuring, raising employees’ concerns about management demands on them for belt-tightening, documents seen by AFP showed Wednesday. “We question the timing of such payments given the sacrifices the...
The shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman has long evoked a debate over racism and whether or not racial profiling was a factor in the case. Florida producer Beth Marshall recently created a a series of short plays that paid...Show More Summary
Mexico City (AFP) - Mexican soldiers have captured Hector Beltran Leyva, one of the country's most-wanted men and a suspected drug-cartel kingpin who had a bounty of more than $7 million on his head, prosecutors said.
British billionaire Richard Branson, Young Turks hosts Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur, and rapper Snoop Lion appear in a new documentary criticizing the “war on drugs” strategy as a failure for the U.S. Branson argued in an online post on Wednesday that the film, The Culture High,...
On his radio show today, Glenn Beck expressed concerns that al-Qaeda could use ebola as a weapon against Americans, just as the country is starting to freak out over the potential spread of the disease.
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu briefly met today, renewing their famously frosty, and occasionally tendentious relationship after a seven-month hiatus. The leaders spoke to reporters and listed a...Show More Summary
Dallas County’s health department said that a possible second Ebola patient who was in close contact with the first patient is now being monitored in the hospital. The first patient has also been identified as Thomas Eric Duncan who was traveling from Liberia. Show More Summary
40 million mainlanders flooded in last year, a number that's fast rising. But everyone is talking about pee.
This puts me in the delicate position of standing at Rosie O’Donnell‘s side, a truly toxic place for anyone (even on the days O’Donnell decides to wear shoes). But this has to be done.
The hunt for flight 370 is still very much on. Despite a break in the action, ships are set to head out to the vast area of the Indian Ocean beginning on Sunday, towing with them some underwater cameras that will search the seabed for wreckage. Show More Summary
The bra camera either proves one of two things. Either guys are really, really concerned about breast cancer awareness month and they’re letting their eyes do the talking, or they are simply staring at the ladies way more than they should. Show More Summary
At least 35,000 walruses have beached themselves on a remote Alaskan coastline in a phenomenon blamed on the melting of arctic ice due to climate change, experts said on Wednesday. Initially there had been only 1,500 of the tusked pinnipeds counted on one beach, but in recent days that number has...