What does Sarah Palin think of this move? No, not Sarah Palin the former governor, but Sarah Palin the 20-year-old University of Texas at Austin student with the same name as the 2008 vice-presidential candidate.
Rising sugar prices that outweigh a sluggish grains complex are to blame for world food prices reaching a near record high in June, the United Nations food body reported Thursday. If it wasn’t for sugar, the world would have seen a decrease in food prices.
Humberto Leal Garcia Jr. is set to be executed this afternoon in Texas on a conviction that he raped and murdered a 16-year-old San Antonio girl in 1994.
Former Army psychiatrist Nida Hasan will face a military trial on charges concerning the deadly shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, in November 2009. He could face the death penalty if convicted, the Army announced on Wednesday.
An investigation team that was created by the Georgia governor released a report Tuesday that unearthed a wide spread cheating scandal in the Atlanta public school system.
The Muslim Brotherhood has recently captured American headlines with the recent Egyptian revolution that began on January 25th of this year. There are many stories and perceptions that surround this organization. Some are true, however, many are false.
“FREE YOUR BREASTS! FREE YOUR MIND!” reads the GoTopless website, an organization that claims women have the same constitutional right that men have to go bare-chested in public. Women across the country may have a perfect excuse to do just that on August 21.
On Tuesday, a bill that would make the state the first to require textbooks and history classes to include the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans as well as those with disabilities passed in the state assembly.
The secret service and Fox News announced Tuesday that it will investigate the fraudulent hacking of Fox’s political Twitter account, @foxnewspolitics.
Japanese reconstruction minister Ryu Matsumoto resigned from his post eight days into the job after offending local earthquake and tsunami victims in the northern region of Japan.
Patrick Racaniello wanted to celebrate Lent by placing a 31-by-19 inch wooden cross on a tree in his front yard. But he was told this violated ordinance laws and must be taken down
Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi has a history of sending letters to Congress. In the past, most letters have involved unusual, if not humorous, praises for President Obama. For example, he normally opens his letters with: “To our son, his excellency, Mr. Barack Hussein Obama.”
The U.S. Trustee’s office has recently filed notice that it will appeal a June 13 federal bankruptcy court ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act despite the Obama administration's earlier announcement that it will no longer defend DOMA.
Fourth of July fireworks can provide for spectacular photographs – if you do it right. Here are a few tips on how to make your holiday memories clearer and more vibrant
As if resurrecting its January 25th self, Tahrir Square broke out in a wave of violent protests this week. Tuesday afternoon began with family members of the Egyptians killed during the revolution calling for quicker justice to be served for their fallen loved ones.
Bill Clinton expects President Obama to be re-elected in 2012, he told ABC in an interview which aired on Thursday. He also commented on the current Republican presidential candidates.
Sarah Palin and Hollywood stepped into the boxing ring for another round on Tuesday. The “The Undefeated” film, which largely portrays Palin in a positive light, opens with a montage of celebrities bashing Palin and her family.
The six-hour attack on Kabul’s Intercontinental Hotel ended early Wednesday morning and left 21 dead – 9 Afghan civilians, one Spanish civilian, and 11 terrorists. The attack was carried out by a group of men who ambushed the hotel with automatic weapons, grenades, and suicide belts. It is not clear yet which group the men belonged to, although the Taliban is taking credit.
Egalia preschool in Stockholm is attempting to make gender roles obsolete. The staff is instructed to create an atmosphere as “gender neutral” as possible in order to avoid placing social restrictions on children regarding gender roles. The school, whose English name translates to equality, has sparked a debate among the educational and psychological communities.
Sarah Palin’s expected visit to Iowa on Tuesday further fuels the speculation of her aspirations for the presidency. Palin, however, is not in Iowa to make the usual political appearances that are typical of candidates before the primary.
Fourteen missiles were fired by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards on Tuesday, day two of the 10-day war games entitled “The Great Prophet 6.” The games are designed to be a display of strength toward Iran’s two prominent adversaries: the U.S. and Israel.
The historic passage of the bill that legalized same-sex marriage in New York, the sixth and largest state to do so, was achieved by a GOP-led state Senate. The measure would never have passed without the backing of four Republican state senators along with 29 of their Democratic counterparts.
The Israeli Army began deconstructing a section of the West Bank barrier near the Bilin village on Sunday, four years after the Israeli Supreme Court ordered them to do so.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is on a mission to win the hearts and minds of the American people. A new ad campaign was launched in New York City’s Times Square. One ex-Mormon is concerned that the campaign will make Americans, especially Christians, confused on what Mormonism stands for.
Pro-Palestinian protests have erupted in Milan this past week as an outcry against the city’s decision to host the cultural event titled “Unexpected Israel.”