Troy Davis’s sister made an expressive, symbolic statement before he was scheduled to be executed Wednesday in Georgia.
The death toll has risen to eight in an outbreak of listeria to Colorado-grown cantaloupes, officials said Wednesday.
Anneliese MacPhail waited 22 years for Troy Davis’s execution. She got the one phone call she’d been waiting more than two decades for last night at 11:08 p.m. It was the call that informed her that Troy Davis was dead.
Convicted murderer Troy Davis is scheduled to die imminently, as his execution by lethal injection is scheduled to take place at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, despite the recanting of witness testimonies.
A new report from the Breast Cancer Fund reveals 12 canned soups and pastas found to contain BPA – an estrogen-like chemical raising concern among experts for its potential health effects in children, infants and fetuses.
A new TV show called “Revenge” premieres tonight at 10 p.m. on ABC. It is the network’s first time venturing into uncharted, scandalous territory with this youth-obsessed drama that is marketing itself with the slogan “forgiveness is not an option.”
Hours after a federal judge ruled that video recordings of the Prop 8 trial should be made public, a play based on last year’s landmark federal court case over California’s gay marriage ban made its Broadway debut Monday with an all-star cast.
More than one million people in Japan have been ordered to evacuate as Typhoon Roke brought devastating heavy rain and floods that have thus far left three dead.
Customers of leading coffee house chain Starbucks have been left astonished as a five-year-old girl recently discovered a hidden camera in one of the branch's bathrooms.
A recent study proves that exercising is one the top solutions for getting teen cigarette smokers to kick the habit and quit for good.
The Virginia State Board of Health has passed a new set of regulations for abortion clinics. Supporters are saying the new rules will protect women’s health and opponents believe they may force the state’s 20 clinics to close.
Rates of abusive head trauma in children under age 5 rose during the last recession, suggesting that economic anguish may have led parents to lash out against their kids, researchers reported Monday in the journal Pediatrics.
A Michigan wife has defended her decision to stay married to her husband who has Alzheimer’s in light of Christian Broadcasting Network’s Pat Robertson’s recent comments telling viewers that it would be justifiable to divorce a spouse who has Alzheimer’s.
A highly complex series of surgeries have separated rare conjoined twin baby girls at London’s Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital. Doctors saying the girls have overcome “10 million-to-one” odds.
On Constitution Day, it is fitting that the Tea Party has a new opponent in the form of a collation liberal group called Constitutional Progressives, a radical left-wing effort to push back the efforts of constitutional conservatives.
Thousands of jobs at The United States Postal Service are on the chopping block as massive cost cutting plans have been announced, which include shedding nearly half of all mail-processing plants.
A new study has found that interracial marriage is on the rise, proving that racial boundaries between blacks and whites continue to break down since the 1980’s.
Saturday marks the 224th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. However, a survey has shown that Americans are lost when it comes to understanding the document upon which their country is founded.
Stress and hunger have a huge influence on anger since the brain’s ability to regulate aggression relies heavily on serotonin levels, according to new research performed by University of Cambridge that was published in the journal of Biological Psychiatry.
First lady Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity campaign gained major traction Thursday when the parent company of Olive Garden and Red Lobster came aboard the “Let’s Move” healthy eating initiative train to decrease calories and salt on their menus over the coming decade.
Girls are bad at math. Algebra is lame. It’s cool to brag about hating school. These are the cringe worthy, subliminal messages major fashion retailer Forever 21 is sending teen girls through the sale of its T-shirts.
Scarlett Johansson is threatening to sue anyone who publishes any of the leaked, nude photos of her that were hacked from her mobile phone and are appearing across the web.
Academy award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lace Black is unveiling his latest play “8,” which depicts the Proposition 8 trial, with an all-star cast on Broadway in New York City Sept. 19.
Students returned to school on Monday in the aftermath of the worst wildfire in Texas state history, which the federal government officially declared a disaster this past Friday.
Three deaths from a listeria outbreak in six states prompted health officials to warn high-risk consumers to avoid purchasing cantaloupes produced from the Rocky Ford region of Colorado.