Miss America Contestant Theresa Vail is on a mission to inspire women and as a military sergeant double majoring in Chinese and Chemistry and proudly boasting two tattoos, she may just be the person to do it.
What would it take for an entire country to disconnect from the Internet? While the idea of it may seem implausible, some have alleged that the Syrian government has done just that at least three times over the past year.
The Justice Department said Thursday that it will sue Texas over the state's new voter ID law which some believes discriminates against minorities.
Police have arrested a suspect in Dekalb County, Georgia after shots were fired at a local elementary school.
A new Michael Jackson track has been released on the radio mixing one of the late pop singer's former tracks with lyrics from Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend."
NASCAR champion Tony Stewart has been released from the hospital following a crash last week that required the player to have to surgeries.
One of America's most beloved first ladies, Jackie Kennedy was more than happy to give up her reign to Marilyn Monroe a new book reports.
In promotion of her show's upcoming debut, Tyler Banks made an appearance on the Jimmy Fallon show where she instructed the late-night host on how to model.
Country singer Loretta Lynn's eldest daughter Betty Sue passed away Monday in Tennessee.
Taylor Swift welcomed a special guest on her "Red" Tour recently, introducing Carly Simon on the stage as the two sang a "You're So Vain" duet.
A Texas man has been charged in what appears to be one of the first ponzi schemes involving a bitcoin- or digital currency.
Selena Gomez, Bieber Romance: Bieber Admits to Crush on Gomez at 15, Two Year Before They Dated (VIDEO)
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's relationship may have been no coincidence. In a video that has resurfaced of Bieber, the "Boyfriend" singer can be heard stating the he has a crush on Gomez two years before they began dating.
"Doctor Who" actress Karen Gillan confidently debuted a bald head over the weekend during the 2013 Comic-Con in San Diego.
Stuntmen preparing for an event at the Comic-Con on Thursday were able to rescue a young woman who was threatening to plunge to her death.
Apple iWatch Draws Tech Company into Cozy Relationship With Fashion, Hiring Former Yves St Laurent CEO
Is Apple technology prepping itself for a fashion makeover? Following rumors that Apple is planning to release an iWatch later this year, the company has hired former Yves St Laurent fashion guru Paul Deneve.
A new trailer featuring actress and singer Jennifer Hudson in "Black Nativity" has been released.
Hundreds turned out to the funeral for rapper Lil' Snupe, who was shot and killed last week.
Authorities have arrested a second man in Connecticut in connection to the Aaron Hernandez case involving the murder of a 27-year-old Boston man.
The parents of Trayvon Martin have renewed their requests for prayer as the opening statements in the case against George Zimmerman, charged with murdering the teen, begin on Monday.
A North Carolina gunman was shot and wounded by police after opening fire outside a law firm and a Wal-Mart in Greenville.
Specializing in helping kids deal with bigger than life issues, Sesame Street has introduced a new character named Alex whose father is in jail.
Victoria's Secret Model Kylie Bisutti Quits Modeling and Turns to God; Launching Christian Clothing Line
Former Victoria's Secret model Kylie Bisutti thought her dreams were coming true when she was signed by a top modeling agency. But shortly after joining the business she realized that becoming a model was making her less of a role model. Unhappy with her life, she quit her career and turned to God.
Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Condition Critical; Brothers Classified as 'Radicalized Jihadists'
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev remained in critical condition Monday as charges against the 19-year-old began to unfold. Tsarnaev revealed that he worked alone with his brother in a religion-fueled crime that may have included additional targets. He could face the death penalty.
The father of the boys suspected in the Boston bombings has openly expressed his grief over the situation, insisting that his younger, fugitive son is actually an "angel."
Background information is slowly being released on the two suspects who have been identified in the Boston bombings. The men, who are brothers, have been identified as Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19.