A Capitol Hill shooting has been put on security lockdown after shots were fired Thursday afternoon. Those in the area said that over a dozen shots were fired, and one police officer has been injured in the shooting, according to reports.
Manhattan bikers in an SUV chase video were arrested and charged Tuesday for giving chase to a Range Rover and beating on it with their fists, among other things. In the video, which went viral after it's posting to YouTube, an altercation between the driver and motorcyclists resulted in several bikers being run over and the driver being beaten.
The "Breaking Bad" season 5 episode 12 recap is most easily summarized as full of role reversals, surprises and outright desperation as many of the characters become ever more ruthless and intent on achieving their goals. It's for that reason that showrunner Vince Gilligan and the staff named the episode "Rabid Dog." For spoilers, read on.
Polygamists and polygamy activists celebrated the Supreme Court's decision to strike down DOMA Wednesday, claiming the move to promote same-sex marriage in the U.S. promotes polygamy as well. While some gay marriage advocates claim that polygamy is a separate issue, some conservative Christians and traditional marriage advocates have long pointed out the link between the two through the redefinition of marriage.
Chris Christie blasted the Supreme Court's decision on The Defense of Marriage Act, in which the nine justices decided Wednesday to declare the 1990s legislation unconstitutional. The New Jersey governor called the ruling "wrong" and an example of "judicial supremacy."
Brittney Griner, the former women's basketball star from Baylor University, said that her coach Kim Mulkey asked players not to discuss their sexuality. The coach from the private Christian university said discussion of homosexuality could hurt recruiting at the school, who marketed their program as family-friendly and wholesome.
The Boston Marathon cowboy, whose real name is Carlos Arredando, was one of the first available and willing to help during Monday's explosions, which left three dead and over 170 injured. He was with his wife, Melida, in the VIP section of the marathon seats when the first bomb exploded, and immediately sprang into action to help.
Kyndall Jack went missing along with her friend, Nicholas Cendoya when the pair went wandering off the trail during a southern California hike March. The two were lost for days and hallucinated, but after they were found, Cendoya credited God for his survival, saying it wasn't his "time to die."
Kanye West's "I Am God" album turned out to be a rumor, although there was some truth to it. The rapper isn't naming his album that, but he will be naming a song "I Am A God," according to new reports.
Andy Katz, an ESPN reporter, received a rude and angry response from Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim after asking a question during a post-game conference Wednesday. After the Syracuse Orangemen lost to the UConn Huskies 66-58, the coach refused to answer any of Katz's questions, calling the journalist an "idiot."
Tim Tebow headphones will soon became a reality, thanks to the Jets quarterback's new partner— Atlanta rapper Ludacris. The NFL player endorsed the new product and revealed it Thursday at the 2013 International CES conference in Las Vegas.
Denzel Washington was in St. Barts for the celebration of his 58th birthday Thursday, it was reported. The famous Hollywood actor spent his holiday on the Caribbean island along with his wife, Pauletta Washington.
Peter Lanza, father of alleged elementary school shooter Adam Lanza, issued a statement Saturday to the public apologizing for his son's rampage in Newtown, Connecticut. The 20-year-old shot and killed 20 children between the ages of five and nine and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School Friday.
Adam Lanza has been identified as the infamous suspect behind the Newtown, Connecticut Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting which ended with his own mother dead. The 20-year-old Hoboken, N.J. resident had ties to the Newtown area, where he massacred at least 27 people, 22 of the children as young as five.
A Connecticut school shooting has caused schools within the district to be locked down as a safety precaution Friday. The Newtown, Conn. elementary school where the shooting took place was met with efforts by State Police, and a shooter may be dead.
Bethany Deaton, a Kansas City woman, died Oct. 30, and two weeks later, a member of her prayer group, Micah Moore, confessed to killing her. Moore's confession stunned authorities when he revealed that Deaton's husband Tyler allegedly told him to kill his wife. Moore's lawyer calls the confession "untrue."
Angus T. Jones of "Two and Half Men" fame converted to Christianity and denounced and criticized his past life and activities, including his role on the famous TV show. Throughout his two videotaped testimonies in October, he chronicled his journey to Christ and decried the worldly influence of entertainment.
Tebow was called "terrible" by some of the same teammates who welcomed him to the team some short months ago, but the evangelical Christian quarterback and Jets coach Rex Ryan are pushing back. Despite the malicious nature of the attacks, Tim Tebow is seemingly not shaken by the harsh words.
The NYC Marathon has been canceled by New York City officials Friday, meaning about 50,000 runners who came to the Empire State won't run Sunday. Mounting public backlash has seemingly been assuaged with the impromptu decision, and there is currently no news of rescheduling the event.
A Martin Luther King, Jr. tape was discovered by a Chattanooga, Tenn. man when he went searching through his attic. The interview is of great significance, as it holds detailed information about how the Civil Rights leader was influenced by his trips to the African continent.
"Biggest brown-noser" was what Paul Ryan, the vice presidential candidate selected by Mitt Romney, was voted in high school. The Republican Congressman attended Joseph A. Craig High School in his native Janesville, Wis., and was awarded with the unscrupulous title.
Ronald Poppo, victim of Miami cannibal attacker Rudy Eugene, spoke out for the first time about the vicious assault that happened on the MacArthur Causeway two months ago. Though he was able to recount the grisly details that left him scarred, the motive of the "Miami Zombie" remains a mystery.
Antoine Dodson, the openly gay internet celebrity famous for his tirade on the news in 2010, defended Chick-Fil-A's support for traditional marriage, saying he would still eat there if he so chose. For the actor, Chick-Fil-A COO Dan Cathy's decision to make his company a Christian one doesn't warrant a protest of their restaurant.
A new online conference, Christ in Business, aims to help a generation full of hopeful, would-be entrepreneurs build their own businesses and influence the world to the glory of God. However, some are worried the church is being left out of the "startup revolution," missing the chance to create opportunities for themselves and others.
"The New Normal," a television show about homosexual couple who hires a surrogate mother, has been the subject of protest by family values group One Million Moms. One Million Moms says that the show's creator, openly gay producer Ryan Murphy of "Glee," is "damaging our culture" and "attempting to redefine marriage."