A new study conducted by health experts at Harvard University refutes the conventional wisdom of losing weight which says to exercise and minimize food intake.
The NFL made progression in ending the four-month lockout on Thursday when its owners voted 31-0 in favor of a proposed labor agreement. NFL players, however, have yet to vote on the deal.
A Public Policy Polling survey revealed on Wednesday that President Obama is now tied with Republican Mitt Romney in the group's monthly national poll on the 2012 election race.
A national poll revealed that Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann is currently second place for Republican presidential nomination with support from 16 percent of GOP primary voters.
Pope Benedict XVI accepted the resignation of the Philadelphia Archbishop Justin Rigali Tuesday as the archdiocese faces criticism over its handling of alleged priest sex abuse cases.
The New York City Medical Examiner has officially ruled that the death of 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky was homicide Wednesday, after autopsy reports show Kletzky was given a combination of drugs before he was smothered and killed.
Survey findings presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Paris on Wednesday showed that Alzheimer's is the second-most feared disease after cancer.
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes has vowed to the parents of slain 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky Tuesday that he would pursue swift justice against alleged confessed killer Levi Aron.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Tuesday that officials are holding an online lottery to fill the 764 available marriage slots for gay and lesbian couples looking to wed on July 24, when the state can legally perform same-sex weddings.
A new study conducted by the NYU School of Medicine reveals that young people exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke have double the risk of hearing loss than those who are not.
Nachman Kletzky, father of murdered 8-year-old boy Leiby Kletzky, has suggested security cameras could be the key to help prevent future abductions.
A proposal organized by the United States, European Union, and the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) will foster religious freedom without compromising freedom of speech, according to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The notorious Taliban terror group has released a video Monday showing them brutally executing 16 Pakistani men who were captured in a raid last month.
A California-based conservative group has filed documents in an attempt to overturn a law that adds gay history to the state's public school curriculum.
Dr. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, presented an appeal earlier this week for individuals to provide funds to Israel in an effort to help support Christian communities.
Following one of the most publicized and controversial verdicts in American history, officials have stated that they will not be providing Casey Anthony with heightened protection after her release on Sunday.
Levy Aron, the confessed murderer of 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky, has been ordered to receive a psychiatric evaluation after his lawyer informed the judge that his client "hears voices."
Levy Aron's confession of the killing of 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky has caused a big stir within the tight-knit Jewish Community closest to the boy's family.
Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill Thursday making California the first American state to institute lessons about gays and lesbians into their social studies curriculum. One group expressed, "It is an outrage that Governor Jerry Brown has opened the classroom door for homosexual activists to indoctrinate the minds of California’s youth."
Thursday brought new developments to the shocking murder of eight-year-old Leiby Kletzky. New details suggest that the victim might have put up a fight against his attacker moments before his tragic death.
A man has been arrested and charged for the murder of Leiby Kletzky, the missing 8-year-old boy whose remains were found early Wednesday following a two day search in Brooklyn, New York.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission in Britain has stated that judges in England should not have supported employers who chastised their Christian workers for refusing to offer services they felt would go against their religious ethics.
Two new studies conducted by the Center of Disease Control and the University of Washington have found a new type of daily pill that could help in the prevention of HIV in heterosexual men and women.
Hundreds of American families breathed a sigh of relief yesterday as the first troops to leave Afghanistan as part of the U.S. drawdown started packing for home.
New York town clerk Laura Fotusky has resigned from her position, saying that she cannot sign a document supporting same-sex marriage due to personal religious convictions.