Rick Santorum, who is no stranger to drawing ire from comments of the campaign trail, may have done it again when he announced he wants no women in combat roles.
Peyton Manning, who suffered a season ending neck injury, has been cleared by the NFL to play again.
Peyton Manning is the talk of the town. But it's just not Indianapolis that's abuzz with rumors of his departure from the Colts - it's also Las Vegas.
On the heals of a 15 ton meth bust in Mexico, U.S. officials are increasing the travel warnings to its neighbor to the south.
One of the warrants was for driving on a suspended out-of-state license.
Westboro Baptist Church says its members plan to protest the funeral of Charlie and Braden Powell on Saturday.
Mitt Romney was "glitter bombed" Tuesday in Colorado and now a student is facing criminal charges.
A strip club next to a convent is leaving fired up nuns fighting for change.
A Seattle woman "marries" a building in a bizarre attempt to save a 107-year-old warehouse from being torn down.
The drug-related violence that has plagued Mexico since 2006 has claimed another victim – this time a pastor.
All four Republican presidential candidates oppose abortion, although a closer look at their position reveals significant differences, which could become increasingly important as value voters become a key swing-voting block.
The lack of a clear front-runner in the Republican primaries is causing candidates to scramble for endorsements, which may mean evangelical leaders who previously backed Rick Santorum could flip-flop and throw the support of the Christian right to another, more viable, candidate – perhaps Newt Gingrich.
Two out of the four U.S. Marines shown urinating on Afghan corpses in a viral video have been identified.
Pushing and shoving turned deadly and a stampede erupted at a South African university, killing one woman and injuring at least 20 others.
Tebow-mania is in full swing as the Denver Broncos improve to 8-5 after beating the Chicago Bears in overtime on Sunday.
The “flickers of hope” previously lauded by U.S. officials appear to be translating into concrete changes for the once closed-off Burma.
Two people have been killed and at least 10 wounded in a hand grenade attack in Belgium Tuesday, according to reports.
Japan launched another spy satellite Monday in an increased effort to keep tabs on its Asian neighbors.
Downhill skier Lindsey Vonn struck what is quickly becoming the quintessential Colorado sports-pose after winning her first World Cup on a U.S. slope. She “Tebowed.”
A U.S. citizen was sentenced to 2.5 years in a Thailand jail for insulting the country’s monarchy after being arrested in May for a 2007 Internet posting he made featuring excerpts from a banned biography.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has generated buzz across the country as fans of his team and faith strike the now famous kneeling pose with hands clasped in a prayer position.
Faith-based lobbying in Washington, D.C., is a fragmented industry, despite organizations spending nearly $400 million on efforts to influence the nation’s leaders. Although the number of lobbyists has tripled since 1970, geographic, political and denominational differences have rendered religious-based lobbying less effective as in previous years.
Sending racy photos via text messages is not as common as once thought with the nation’s teens, according to a recent study.
On Dec. 2, Tim Tebow may have made NFL history for having the youngest fan. The fan in question is a 19-week-old fetus. And the proof he is a fan is in the pictures and the tweets from soon-to-be-father John Keller.
Despite top U.S. officials praising Burma's recent improvements to the country's longstanding human rights abuses, the situation appears to be worsening for many in the southern Asian nation.