The United States Supreme Court announced Monday it would decide whether juveniles under 14 can be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Officials in one New York County fired Santa Clause in a move to save money by shaving $660 of Suffolk County’s $2.7 billion budget.
Officials in Thailand have announced a three-part plan to help the flood-tattered nation recover from its worst flooding in 50 years.
A tornado watch was issued Monday for parts of Oklahoma, just one day after more than 20 earthquakes rocked the state.
Bangkok is experiencing increased flooding in more districts of the capital city as floodwaters recede in Thailand’s northern provinces Monday, according to reports.
Two residential treatment facilities in Colorado Springs may close after losing federal funding for hosting Bible studies at the centers.
Nearly half of all middle and high school students experienced sexual harassment in the past school year, according to a survey released Monday.
Data released Monday by the United States Census Bureau showed a record number of Americans were living in poverty in 2010.
Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries and the ongoing drama surrounding the couple’s subsequent divorce is leaving some to wonder how the saga’s publicity is affecting children.
The recent spike in earthquakes striking Oklahoma, including the 5.6-magnitude tremor that rocked the region Saturday, has scientists puzzled.
Best Buy announced the company is buying out its United Kingdom partner, Carphone Warehouse Group, and closing its U.K. retail outlets.
Steve Jobs revolutionized the tech-world during his life, but Jobs also is helping people make a quick buck from sales posthumously.
Oklahoma recorded at least 23 earthquakes in the past two days, the largest of which was a 5.6-magnitude tremor that struck late Saturday night, according to reports.
Sunday marked the 8th day without power for many residents hit by the October snowstorm in the Northeast. Tens of thousands still remain in the dark in New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Tim Tebow took some taunting from rival fans for the second week in a row, marking a trend for Denver Broncos quarterback.
Steve Jobs is slated to make a posthumous appearance in mid-November as “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interviews” hits select theaters nationwide.
The Texas judge who was seen brutally beating his daughter in a video that recently went viral will not face criminal charges, according to officials.
Groupon raised $700 million after the company’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) Friday, making it the second most successful IPO by a U.S. Internet company in recent years.
Racist remarks directed towards Tiger Woods by a caddie were called unacceptable by golf officials, though no disciplinary action was taken in the case, according to reports.
The 5.6-magnitude earthquake that rocked Oklahoma Saturday night was the largest tremor ever recorded in the state’s history.
Federal policy makers remain divided on the Obama administration’s health care mandate that forces insurers to provide contraception coverage after hearing from Christian health care providers.
Retailers are trying to lure the limited spending money of shoppers this Black Friday by offering more deals and sales, and one study claims consumers are increasingly turning to digital media to find the best deals.
The video of Texas Judge William Adams beating his 16-year old daughter with a leather belt in 2004 is creating a slew of angry reactions on Twitter.
A federal judge denied a Texas school district’s request to throw out a lawsuit that alleges the district violated an agnostic student’s first amendment rights by allowing prayers at school functions.
The rising waters in Thailand that claimed more than 400 lives and displaced thousands of residents also shuttered more than 1,000 factories in the flood-stricken country, creating a ripple effect in economies around the globe.