A Norwegian mother drowned her 1-year-old daughter in a bucket during a live internet chat with her boyfriend.
A burglar at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas fled the scene after he realized he was breaking in on a not-so-helpless victim—former Champion boxer Mike Tyson.
Despite Wall Street receiving a private sector payroll report from Automatic Data Processing, Inc., on Thursday showing an increase in job numbers, big companies like PespsiCo and Boeing continue to cut hundreds of jobs.
Ogden, Utah authorities say a Utah police officer has died Thursday morning after a Wednesday night shootout that left a suspect and five other officers injured.
Nevada's most notorious brothel owner announced he is endorsing Ron Paul for president.
Grammy Award-winning artist and choir director Donnie McClurkin will host the 13th annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration.
Former ad executive Richard Shenkman was sentenced to 70 years in jail on Wednesday for kidnapping his ex-wife at gunpoint and holding her hostage for several hours before burning their Connecticut home to the ground.
After announcing in December he will marry for a third time, Rock star Steven Tyler says he believes it is possible for him to finally be monogamous.
Prison authorities said on Tuesday that they have suspended the phone privileges of Pastor Warren Jeffs, Polygamist leader of a Mormon breakaway sect, CNN reports.
School officials in Compton, Calif., have denied two applications filed by Pastor Charles Patrick of Sunago Christian Fellowship Church to start a charter school because he is a church leader.
Former Alaskan Governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, told Fox News on Monday that Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann should put an end to her campaign.
Police began a murder investigation Tuesday after the body of a woman was discovered on Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate in Norfolk County, England.
Officials in Pensacola, Fla., say evidence from a peculiar fire that tore through a Florida Panhandle abortion clinic was sent to a state lab for testing.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry agreed with a questioner at a fundraiser for the Cerro Gordo County Republican party in Mason City, IA., that English should be the official language of the United States.
Prison officials in Texas are investigating whether polygamist leader Warren Jeffs delivered sermons to his followers from jail on Christmas Day, officials said on Thursday in a statement.
In his New Year’s sermon in Vatican City, Pope Benedict XVI called today’s young people essential to a hopeful future in the face of "shadows on the horizon of today's world."
Some of the internet’s most popular sites, including Facebook and Google, are considering a plan to collectively blackout their sites in response to a looming piracy bill.
The former President of the National Association of Evangelicals says he will support Republican Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich in 2012.
Minnesota authorities searched for a suspect on Thursday who was caught groping a child on camera in a Fridley, Minn., Walmart.
After three years of courtship, Basketball Hall-of-Famer Michael Jordan is engaged to Cuban-American model Yvette Prieto.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez says he believes the U.S. government may be responsible for the recent string of cancer among several South American leaders.
Six months since Florida mom Casey Anthony was acquitted for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, the medical examiner for the case is speaking out.
Republican presidential candidate and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum has gained an increase in supporters, according to a new election poll.
Justin Bieber’s grandparents were involved in a dangerous car accident that left the singer’s grandfather with broken ribs on Tuesday.
According to police in Nigeria on Wednesday, a teacher and six children were injured after attackers flung a homemade bomb at an Islamic school in a predominantly Christian neighborhood in the city of Sapele.