The 8-year-old boy killed in the Boston Marathon bombings has been identified as Martin Richard.
Earthquake Today: Iran Suffers Massive 7.8 Quake, Evacuations in Abu Dhabi, Buildings Sway in Delhi, India (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
A massive earthquake today has struck Iran, causing devastation across the country, in a tremor felt across the region in Pakistan, India and other areas of the Middle East.
A teacher has claimed he was fired for giving a Bible to an inquisitive student at at New Jersey school, and has now filed a complaint against the school district for religious discrimination.
Jeremy Irons Gay Remarks: Gay Marriage Could Lead to Further Breakdown of Orthodox Family Structure (VIDEO)
Jeremy Iron has remarked on the gay marriage debate, saying that it concerns him and that if "we change what marriage is...I just worry about that."
John Boehner has weighed in on the gay marriage debate following Senator Rob Portman's announcement last week about his change of position on the issue.
The new Pope has paid his own hotel bill as the new leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics began his papacy this week.
NBC News has hired David Axelrod as a new Senior Political Analyst, according to a release by the network on Tuesday.
A laid-off man has won $1 million after buying some lottery tickets on a whim against his wife's wishes, in Southern Oregon. After receiving his winnings the man immediately gave his 10 percent tithe to his church.
Adam Lanza, the gunman in the Connecticut school shooting, went to college at 16, according to new details about the shooter emerging Monday.
The Pope has spoken out against gay marriage this week affirming the need for society to "acknowledge and promote the natural structure of marriage as the union of a man and a woman."
Hillary Clinton has been taken ill, forcing the cancellation of her scheduled trip to Morocco this week in which she was supposed to meet top leaders to discuss the future of Syria's opposition.
Angus T. Jones has appeared to have upset Les Moonves, the CEO of CBS, the network that runs "Two and a Half Men" with his recent comments on a YouTube video post that labeled the show "filth" and that he no longer wanted to be part of it.
There were no animals in the manger that Jesus was born in, the Pope has declared as the Christian world gears up towards Christmas next month. The pontiff has said that the presence of animals such as cattle and donkeys used in traditional Nativity scenes are based on nothing more other than myth.
A police officer, who was shot 12 times after being the first responder at the scene of a Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting in August, has found himself thanking God this Thanksgiving Day.
A Texas sex offender has been executed after being convicted of the rape, robbery and murder of a woman in San Antonio 11 years ago.
Hillary Clinton is believed to be preparing to step down from her position as Secretary of State, sparking widespread rumors about her potentially making her own run for the White House in 2016.
Presidential Polls 2012: Latest Rasmussen Swing States, Nationwide Polls Show Obama, Romney Virtually Tied
The latest Presidential polls for the 2012 election by Rasmussen Reports has shown President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney tied nationwide.
Hurricane Sandy has continued on its projected path towards Maryland, New Jersey and New York City areas. The National Hurricane Center has reported that winds are currently being measured at 85 mph and landfall is expected Monday late evening.
The National Hurricane Center has issued its morning update on Hurricane Sandy, reporting that its winds have increased to 85 mph, which is still a moderate Category 1 hurricane.
The latest Presidential polls of swing states in the 2012 election have revealed that Republican candidate Mitt Romney has a significant lead against President Barack Obama. According to the latest Rasmussen poll released Saturday, Romney now has a 6 percent lead across the 11 key swing states.
Presidential Polls 2012: Latest Gallup, Rasmussen, AP/Gfk, ABC/Washington Post Nationwide and Swing States Polls
A spate of new presidential polls have been released Thursday on the presidential election 2012, from Gallup, Associated Press/Gfk, ABC News/Washington Post, and Rasmussen Reports - with most showing Gov. Mitt Romney ahead of President Barack Obama.
Presidential polls are showing a neck-and-neck race for the White House with just two weeks until Election Day 2012. The latest Rasmussen report has revealed that the race for the all important swing state of Ohio is now tied between President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney.
The third Presidential Debate took place Monday night, marking just two weeks until the election takes place, and with President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney virtually tied in the polls, the third debate was a chance for both to try and gain a slight edge. In the aftermath of the debate many are asking who won, and also more importantly, does it really matter?
The oldest known Auschwitz survivor has died at the age of 108, officials have confirmed on Monday.
George McGovern has been admitted to a hospice, with his family reporting that the former Senator and Democratic presidential candidate is "no longer responsive."