Authorities say a witness has come forward in the vicious Christmas Eve murder of 60- year- old, mentally disabled woman, Eva Tice.
Two doctors have been charged with murder for performing illegal late term abortions, one of which injured an 18- year- old.
Russell Brand has filed for divorce from pop star Katy Perry after just over a year of marriage.
The car of Arkansas police dispatcher, Dawna Natzke, who went missing was recovered torched, but she has yet to be found.
Bishop John G. Innis of The United Methodist Church in Liberia gave a Christmas speech addressing the congregation and the people of Liberia, urging elders and youth alike to respect the Bible's fifth commandment.
In his Christmas pastoral address to the country, Bishop John G. Innis of The United Methodist Church in Liberia asked for elders to encourage their youth to respect the fifth commandment.
Over the past five years, there have been exceptional strides towards the treating of multiple sclerosis.
The Randall Terry campaign is set to release a series of graphic anti-abortion advertisements beginning in New Hampshire.
A New Mexico abortion doctor has said he will retire at the end of the year for the sake of his own sanity.
Iran warned this Wednesday that if sanctions on Iranian oil shipments continue, the country will cut off the oil flow from the Strait of Hormuz, halting the supply for a sixth of the world’s oil.
The Marmonte League rejected the transfer of 17-year-old student Derrick “Deejay” Brown after his coach had taken him under legal guardianship, prohibiting him from playing Basketball.
For the first time since July, President Barack Obama's approval ratings are higher than his disapproval ratings.
A Tucson Judge has ruled that an Arizona school’s ethnic studies program violates state law.
The babysitter of a missing 9-year-old girl from Indiana has admitted to beating her to death and then mutilating her body.
LGBT groups are calling for the end of cross-dressing-themed show "Work It" on ABC, saying it is offensive to transgender people.
A San Francisco church had a very busy morning on Tuesday as thousands of needy children waited outside to receive free toys.
House Republicans finally conceded Thursday evening and passed the payroll tax cut bill.
President Obama took a break Wednesday from pressuring House Republicans to agree to payroll tax cuts to do some Christmas shopping for his daughters Sasha and Malia.
A Manhattan district judge nearly doubled the prison time for Cameron Douglas from five years to nine-and-a-half years for repeated drug offenses while in prison.
A 6-year -old British boy's letter expressing concern that his home lacked a chimney wide enough to accommodate Santa Claus resulted in the design of a new chimney.
A Brazilian woman gave birth to a two-headed baby 1 a.m. Monday in Brazil, naming them Emanoel and Jesus in tribute to Christmas celebrations.
Piers Morgan said that he was unaware of any phone hacking by the Daily Mirror while he was editor, but a former Daily Mirror Journalist, James Hipwell, claims hacking was a “regular tool” for obtaining information.
On Tuesday, federal officials asked scientists not to publicize the details of a study where they created the bird flu virus, because of a fear of bioterrorist attacks.
North Korea will divide power vacated by the late Kim Jong-il between his heir, Kim Jong-un, and the military.
A controversial Swedish UNICEF commercial has caused a stir with its callous Santa Claus declaring he doesn’t give gifts to poor countries.