Weather-related disasters hit a record high in 2011 costing the United States at least $1 billion, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Archbishop of Westminster has called for a more balanced view of faith during a lecture delivered at the Thomas More Institute in Hampstead, U.K.
Since Magic Johnson announced he was retiring from the basketball because he contracted HIV in 1991, the National Basketball Association has been influential in spreading the message of HIV/AIDS awareness.
An unusual explosion in a woman’s kitchen involving tofu-cooking pan has investigators and experts baffled in Portland.
AT&T, Inc. and Deutsche Telekom AG, the parent company of T-Mobile, have withdrawn their applications with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) after the agency's chairman moved to thwart AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile USA.
George Michael is in a Vienna hospital battling pneumonia.
It looks like wedding bells are ringing for Britney Spears again.
Chris Brown's new $1.5 million dollar mansion may be more than an extravagant splurge by the R&B superstar, as he may want to be closer to ex-girlfriend Rihanna
Fox News’ darling Sara Palin may be on the outs with Roger Ailes, the network’s chief executive.
Pop Star Lady Gaga’s old New York City apartment was recently put up for rent.
News broke yesterday that rapper Too Short was dead, but the only problem is that he is still alive.
In a welcome of sorts to President Barack Obama, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney released a television attack advertisement that goes directly at the President and his policies.
Occupy Oakland campers will not pack it in, as the protesters are holding strong and setting up a new site in a reportedly foreclosed home in West Oakland.
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 was a dark and confusing time for Americans. People all over the country were left with questions of the events that took place on that day. 48 years later those questions still linger.
In an interview with Us Weekly, Beyonce's stylist Ty Hunter told reporters that the singer and soon-to-be mom wore a wedding dress in April 4, 2008 that was designed by Tina Knowles.
The increasing success of HIV drug treatment is great news in the world of medicine as patients infected with HIV/AIDS improve their life expectancy, while the number of people with the disease has reached record highs.
Seattle Mariners outfielder Greg Halman was found stabbed to death early Monday morning.
The demand for the iPhone 4S is in high gear this holiday season; however, the selection of what carrier to use will be less definite.
Despite a very strong opening – and undying support from Twi-hards – the latest film in the Twilight series “Breaking Dawn: Part 1” could not break the midnight opening box office record.
Soon Pakistan cellphone users will be prohibited from using words like "Jesus Christ," "headlights," and "tampon."
Airline passengers who are either traveling with a baby or being annoyed by noisy infants on a flight are torn over the new “baby ghettos” that were created by airlines.
Herman Cain became the first presidential candidate in the current race to receive Secret Service protection on Thursday.
An Orlando teenager is facing charges for staging his own kidnapping to extort a ransom from his father, according to Delray Beach police.
In a shocking response to women’s rights in Saudi Arabia, some women may be forced to cover more, including eyes.
After much fascination, Beyoncé Knowles showed the world a glimpse of her wedding dress that she wore while marrying Jay-Z in the new live video, “I Was Here."