Texas Gov. Rick Perry has gained both local and national media interest from a video of his off-the-wall speech in Manchester, New Hampshire last Friday.
Today, President Barack Obama’s campaign attacked Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney in an attempt to question and discredit the former Massachusetts governor’s operation.
The history and traditions surrounding Halloween in the United States have been debated for some time, but for Christians, the issue is especially important.
In the wake of Muammar Gaddafi’s death and overthrowing of his violent regime, revenge attacks have occurred both from and against loyalists.
According to Herman Cain’s aide, the presidential hopeful had warned his campaign of sexual harassment allegations from the late 1990s possibly surfacing, Politico reported.
Dana White, the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, a brutal mixed martial arts organization, has denied accusations that he or the organization is anti-homosexual.
Today, one of the latest survivors of the disastrous earthquake in Turkey, a 13-year-old boy, was found after surviving over 100 hours on just rainwater.
The leaders from 16 Commonwealth countries recognizing the Queen as their head of state have unanimously agreed that first-born daughters should be equally eligible for the throne.
The newest estimate from Strategy Analytics, a 40-year-old consulting firm, finds that Samsung has officially overtaken Apple for the most smartphones shipped last quarter.
Experimental equipment developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers uses a microwave radar system to see movement through walls.
A new poll by the Research Intelligence Group found that lower income families are one-and-a-half times more likely to pay new banking fees than richer Americans.
Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas is pressuring Israeli officials to release more prisoners for the return of Gilad Shalit, who had been imprisoned for five years.
The Senior Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, Colby May has testified to Congress Tuesday on the recent threats to American religious liberty.
Marian Thompson, the widow of Ohio exotic animal owner Terry Thompson, is set to reclaim six of the original 56 animals her husband set free before his suicide last week.
Today, eight married military staff put a lawsuit into action challenging the Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as an act exclusively between a man and a woman.
Herman Cain has been criticized recently for making a host of political mistakes, including snubbing potential donors, focusing on the wrong states for votes, and although the public may be enamored with him, his staffers are fed up.
Muammar Gaddafi, the infamous Libyan dictator, had managed to accrue an estimated $200 billion in assets during his lifetime. However, now that he’s gone, it will prove difficult to recover and distribute that money because a large part of it was in legitimate investments.
Saif al-Islam Muammar al-Gaddafi, the second son of deceased dictator Muammar Gaddafi, has proposed surrendering to the International Criminal Court for war crimes against humanity.
Shirley Johnson, the grandmother of missing Arizona girl Jahessye Shockley, has alleged her granddaughter’s story is “not getting out” because Jahessye is not white like, for example, baby Lisa.
Although it’s been three months since a Pinellas County jury found Casey Anthony not guilty in the highly publicized case concerning the death of her child, the 12 members of the jury refuse to talk about the case.
Yesterday in Ercis, Turkey, a college student and two teachers were found amid the wreckage caused by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the region Sunday.
According to a panel from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, young boys and girls should be immunized against HPV; this would protect against future anal, mouth, and neck cancers resulting from sexual activity.
Four alumnae of a historically African-American sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, have allegedly been sexually assaulted in the Dallas, Texas area by the same man.
Rick Perry “[doesn’t] care about” the fact that his new economic plan, dubbed, “Cut, Balance, and Grow,” is reported to give huge tax breaks to the wealthy, according to a CNBC interview.
Grand Theft Auto, arguably one of the most controversial, protested, and notoriously criminal games to date, has announced the soon-coming release of Grand Theft Auto V today.