Joseph Amendola, Jerry Sandusky's attorney, held a press conference on Tuesday telling those who believe the accusations of sexual abuse against his client to "call 1-800-REALITY."
Canada has announced its withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol on Monday, citing the anti-global warming treaty will not help curb climate change.
First Lady Michelle Obama announced on Monday that she, alongside more than 400 other participants, succeeded in an attempt to break the Guinness world record for the most people doing jumping jacks in a 24-hour period.
“High School Musical” star Zac Efron, 24, has donated over 300 articles of his own clothing to the Children's Resource Network of the Central Coast.
A Kansas-based Tea Party group is defending its controversial picture of President Obama as a skunk, calling it strictly satire.
Donald Trump has suggested he might have to cancel his upcoming Republican presidential debate in Iowa considering only two candidates have confirmed their attendance.
Rock Star Kid Rock says he is fine with Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney using his song “Born Free” as the official song for his presidential campaign.
A baby Jesus figurine stolen from Ace Hardware store’s nativity scene almost a year ago has finally been returned.
A letter bomb has exploded at an Italian tax collection agency in Rome on Friday.
One of two alleged plotters of an attack on a military recruiting station in Seattle has pleaded guilty on Thursday to avoid life imprisonment.
In a new video from her upcoming untitled album, pop music icon Madonna has continued to spark controversy and rebuke from the religious community by kissing rapper Nicki Minaj in what some are recognizing as a rather unoriginal stunt.
Mexican officials have said they have foiled an elaborate plot to sneak al-Saadi Gaddafi, the son of dethroned Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and his family into Mexico.
Donald Trump says he is ok with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney turning down his invitation to the Iowa debate Trump will moderate Dec. 27.
Swedish police have released some new information on last year’s terrorist attack in Stockholm.
President Barack Obama’s nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals has been blocked by Senate Republicans.
During a radio interview on Tuesday with the lead Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, conservative host Glenn Beck questioned Gingrich’s stance on climate change and increased government involvement.
Sharon Bialek, one of the several women accusing ex-Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment, has called the suspension of his candidacy “bittersweet.”
Just two days after Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party won over a slim parliament majority, the party is responding to mass protests and accusations of rigging votes.
Bishop Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church announced Sunday morning that he will be taking some time off from his church.
Dr. Conrad Murray filed a notice of appeal in the Superior Court of Los Angeles on Friday for his involuntary manslaughter conviction of the death of pop star Michael Jackson.
Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger, two of the four judges on Fox’s singing competition X-Factor, have received death threats from fans of eliminated contestant Drew Ryniewicz.
An anonymous businessman has started the holiday season early by giving out $100 bills to random locals in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Vanessa G. Long has filed for a divorce from her husband, televangelist Bishop Eddie Long, according to a statement given by her attorney Friday morning.