White children between the ages of 12 and 17 are nearly twice as likely to have a drug problem than African-Americans, despite African-American children being nearly twice as likely to be arrested for a drug charge, separate studies have revealed.
Showing no fear after getting its offices firebombed soon after printing an issue ridiculing radical Islam, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, has fired back with a cover depicting a gay Muslim man passionately kissing another man under the headline: "L'Amour plus fort que la haine," French for "love is stronger than hate."
Controversial Italian Prime Minster Silvio Berlusconi will resign, according to a statement released by the head of state's office.
Prince Harry is in a small Arizona town for military training, but the mayor wants him to know that the local residents are "good Christians" who will not put up with the British royal's hard-partying, playboy reputation.
Sharon Bialek, the fourth woman to accuse presidential hopeful Herman Cain of sexual harassment, has publicly accused the GOP frontrunner at a press conference with lawyer Gloria Allred.
Major retailers like Walmart, Target and Best Buy are extending their Black Friday hours by opening up at midnight on Thanksgiving night which will require thousands of employees to cut their Thanksgiving plans short. Best Buy's CEO has expressed some regret about participating in what has come to be known as "Black Midnight."
From his famous rant about how society is so spoiled that instead of being in awe of the ability to fly in airplanes, people complain about being stuck on the runway for 40 minutes, or instead of being amazed that a cell phone sends signals to satellites in outer space, people complain if the call takes a moment to go through, comedian Louis C.K. does not believe technology makes people better.
Daniel Ortega, the leftist leader of Nicaragua, is up for re-election today, and many are expecting the former Marxist rebel to win another shot at president, due to a political makeover that includes a strong pro-Christian, pro-business image cloaked in populist socialism and shrewd use of oil money from Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez.
The Family Research Council (FRC) has awarded Congressman Joe Walsh its coveted "True Blue" award for "defending family, faith, and freedom," despite Walsh owing over $100,000 in back child support to his wife and three kids.
McDonald's popular McRib, the sandwich "your dreams dream about," according to advertising campaigns, are made from pigs that have undergone torturous conditions, according to 2010 investigation by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).
Andy Rooney, the legendary commentator known for his humorously cynical viewpoint passed away Friday night due to complications from minor surgery at the age of 92.
An American citizen who thought deportation would be preferable to incarceration told police that he was an illegal immigrant in order to be sent to Mexico instead of prison – and it worked.
Out of the world's wealthiest nations, the United States is the worst place to live as a mother or a child, according to a survey by children's rights organization Save the Children. But Afghanistan, where the U.S. military has led operations for ten years, is dead last in nearly every category for women and children.
One of the heads of Apple's security operations who presided over the missing iPhone 4S investigation in July, during which Apple security allegedly impersonated police officers to illegally gain access to a man's home and made threats of deportation in search of the phone, is no longer with the company.
In Nicaragua, abortion is illegal, with no exceptions, even if the health of the mother is at risk or if the pregnancy was caused by rape or incest. The country's strong anti-abortion stance, one of the strictest in the world, is needlessly putting women in fatal danger and must to be changed, according to pro-choice groups.
Comedian Rob Delaney is so broken over Kim Kardashian's failed marriage to Kris Humphries that he has decided to help them save their marriage – by suing the couple for $18 million.
The daughter seen in a video getting a beating at the hands of her father, a Texas court-at-law judge, has spoken out about why she waited seven years to release it the footage, which observers have described as abusive.
The video of a Texas judge beating his daughter with a leather belt for several minutes has gone viral, outraging observers who are calling the video a sick display of child abuse. However, despite local police saying they are investigating the matter, "nothing" will happen to the judge, according to a criminal defense attorney who works in the area.
Actor Matthew Modine is currently on tour with a new short film that explores an idea which has been mentioned in public debate with more frequency of late: was Jesus a communist? Did Jesus speak against economic inequalities, or was he a capitalist who taught about rewards based on ability and achievement?
William Adams, the Texas judge who is accused of beating his daughter with a belt for several minutes because she downloaded video games off the Internet, is now under investigation by police, according to a statement released by the county he serves.
Video of Texas Judge 'Punishing' Daughter With Leather Belt Goes Viral, Sparks Allegations of Child Abuse
A video that claims to show a Texas judge beating his daughter with what looks like a leather belt for downloading games off the Internet has gone viral, in an apparent effort by the victim to ruin her abusive father's chances for re-election.
Starting today, Wisconsin residents are allowed to take their concealed handgun nearly wherever they go, but Catholic bishops in the state are asking parishioners not to bring them into church.
There is no doubt about it: getting a $99 HP TouchPad is hard to do. But if you are still dying to get your hands on a tablet for around the same price, Walmart has some great Black Friday deals on tablets for around the price of the elusive $99 HP TouchPad.
Protestants work harder but Catholics are more generous, says a new study by the European Central Bank (ECB) that looks at the effect of religion on the economy.
Hillary Clinton's mother, Dorothy Howell Rodham, has died, according to The Associated Press.