R. Leigh Coleman
Now that Casey Anthony is out of jail, some Central Floridians want to shift the focus to her daughter, Caylee. A group participated in a “peace walk” Sunday afternoon at the site on Suburban Drive where 2-year-old Caylee's remains were found in 2008.
Three years and a day after her daughter was killed, Casey Anthony was released from jail Sunday, having been acquitted for the murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee Marie Anthony.
A closer behind-the-scenes look at gay rights advocates, who publicly support the New York vote to adopt gay marriage and are hoping it will galvanize the movement around the country, includes a shocking number of clergy and faith leaders.
A report by psychologists at the University of Leicester warns of the dangers of jurors facing trauma because of their exposure to harrowing and gruesome evidence.
Gay marriage becomes legal in New York state on July 24, a Sunday. Clerks’ offices in New York City and some other municipalities will open especially to accommodate couples seeking licenses and Broadway will be the location of some of the first same-sex marriages in the state.
There are more Americans today that believe global warming exists and is causing the recent extreme weather, increased number of deadly illnesses, and rising sea levels.
A majority of Americans (59 percent) support a ban on smoking in all public places for the first time since Gallup initially asked the question in 2001. At the same time, fewer than 2 in 10 support the idea of making smoking totally illegal in this country.
This week, the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee released a report entitled "Unauthorized Charges on Telephone Bills." The simple title belies the labyrinthine relationship between consumers, telephone companies, and the third-party mystery charges at the heart of the Senate committee's investigation.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon is cracking down on human trafficking in his country by giving congress 180 days to approve a new law aimed at reforming how authorities handle cases now referred to as the “new form of slavery.”Tags Human trafficking
Daytime sleep hours, better known as "naps" or "siestas," could actually improve overall health, moods, and thinking skills, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania.
The National Restaurant Association today unveiled a new nationwide initiative that provides parents and children with a growing selection of healthful menu options when dining out. "Kids LiveWell," a program the Association launched today in collaboration with Healthy Dining, highlights how restaurants are creating innovative solutions to provide better-for-you menu options.
A new study released this week shows men are at a higher risk of developing cancer during their lifetime than women.
The temperature setting is stuck on broil across a swath of the Midwest and South, with Dallas and Oklahoma City sweltering through 100-degree heat for at least another two weeks.
Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, boarded their flight late Sunday at the Los Angeles Airport to head home after an 11-day whirlwind Royal Tour of Canada and the United States.
The Presbyterian Church U.S.A. has officially cleared the way for openly gay men and women in same-sex relationships to be ordained as clergy.