Still riding a wave of cheers from the public for his role in the selfless and daring rescue of three young women and a girl in Cleveland, Ohio, unflappable Internet sensation Charles Ramsey said media reports of domestic violence arrests in his past were teaching moments which helped him become the man he is today.
House of Horror: Ariel Castro Allegedly Forced Abortions, Punched Captive in Stomach Until She Miscarried
There were rumors. A naked woman had reportedly been roaming the backyard and someone had glimpsed a child staring from a window in the attic where no children supposedly lived. But inside the house at 2207 Seymour Ave., in Cleveland, Ohio, three captive young women and a child were desperately waiting to be freed from the horrors within.
Left-leaning evangelical leader and same-sex marriage supporter Jim Wallace warned on Wednesday that tangling gay rights with immigration reform legislation currently being debated in the Senate would be the wrong thing to do at this time, and gay rights advocates are not happy with his comments.
Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest Calif., continues to journal his grief over losing his son, Matthew, who committed suicide just over a month ago, through his posts on Twitter. He tweeted on Wednesday that he has been most encouraged by support from the people who his son inspired to find God.
From the moment Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey's animated interview on how he helped save Amanda Berry and two other women began trending on social media, America knew it would only be a matter of time. The Gregory Brothers have autotuned news interviews of America's newest hero and the song, 'Dead Giveaway', published on Tuesday is already a hit.
Charles Ramsey, the Cleveland man whose courage led him to help save Amanda Berry and two other women from a man who had held them captive for almost 10 years, doesn't think his actions were heroic. It was just the "Christian, American" thing to do, he says.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio and the Heritage Foundation are now at odds over a study released by the foundation on Monday that calculates that the cost of an immigration reform proposal partly authored by Rubio would add $6.3 trillion to America's deficit.
After a grueling political fight filled with personal drama that spurred even his Republican colleagues to desert him, former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford experienced what the media is describing as redemption on Tuesday night when voters re-elected him to represent the state's First District in Congress.
As the Senate's "gang of eight" works to enact a sweeping immigration reform bill proposing a 13-year pathway to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants in America, a recent Gallup poll is showing that the nation is almost equally divided in its opposition and support for the bill.
A new study conducted in the Netherlands has concluded that pornography consumption has only a small influence on risky, adventurous sexual behavior, but some U.S. experts disagree.
MSNBC political commentator and resident of post-Katrina New Orleans, Melissa Harris-Perry, took aim at former President George W. Bush over the weekend, pointing out that his recently opened library would not cover the legacy of his Hurricane Katrina decisions.
SC Dem Chairman Vows to Send Indian-American GOP Gov. Nikki Haley 'Back to Wherever the Hell She Came From'
South Carolina Democratic Chairman Dick Harpootlian has been getting mounting flak for suggesting this past weekend that the state's Indian-American Republican governor Nikki Haley go "back to wherever the hell she came from."
With its piecemeal rollout and general confusion among the public about its implementation, President Obama's Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare as it is popularly known, could be a liability for Democratic politicians in the 2014 elections as it was in 2010 when the act was signed into law.
On the eve of a special election to determine the next representative of South Carolina's First Congressional District, embattled ex-governor of the state Republican Mark Sanford, has been showing plucky resilience at the polls with a one point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Colbert Busch. And he isn't the only GOP candidate showing grit in the polls.
Members of a boys 4 X 100 meter relay high school track team in Texas were left in tears last weekend after the University Interscholastic League of Texas disqualified them from competing in the state championships because the team's anchor runner made a "religious gesture" as he crossed the finish line to win their regional title.