Suspended for two weeks while officials investigate the video of him beating his daughter, a Texas Judge who was caught red-handed beating his daughter has a history of abuse.
Authorities have evacuated a post office in Ranson, Texas, in Jefferson County saying that a white subsance has been dispurse after an explosion.
Contrary to what one “Fellowship” attendee has reported, Family Radio founder Harold Camping's daughter has come out to say the Bible teacher is not retiring but just working from home, and that he just 'feels' retired.
According to a spokeswoman from the Kansas City Police Department, its agency was continuing efforts Thursday to find 11-month-old baby Lisa Irwin.
While one accuser says she will not go public, another has asked to be released from her confidentiality agreement, and a third has come forward saying that the former Godfather's pizza godfather harassed her while she worked for him.
As balmy Fall turns to frigid Winter, if Google traffic for the movement is any indication, the "Occupy Wall Street" movement seems to be heading indoors.
As the balmy fall weather turns into winter, if Google traffic for the erstwhile movement is anything to go by, the Occupy Wall Street movement seems to be heading indoors.
Bowing to pressure from customers the Bank of America has dropped its proposed $5 debit card fees.
Details from a new source about the night 11-month old baby Lisa went missing 4 weeks ago are helping to clarify a murky picture about what happened that night.
The pastor of New York's Redeemer Presbyterian Church has been married for 37 years and has been led to discuss his thoughts about how God designed the sacred institution.
A woman accusing Herman Cain of sexual improprieties wants to tell the world what happened — but she signed a 1999 confidentiality agreement in order to receive a year’ salary settlement.
It has been five weeks since 11-month old Kansas City, Mo., baby Lisa Irwin went missing from her home while her parents were admittedly drunk in another room.
She was beautiful and she was dangerous — well, not so much — but at least enough for the FBI to spend years trying to capture Russian agent Anna Chapman, aka Anya Kushchenko, and her cronies.
The Herman Cain star seems to be affixed to the national horizon of late. Much attention is being placed on Cain’s political aspirations for the White House through his book, his televised public appearances and personal statements as a result of his meteoric rise in popularity.
The details are out on the first of the cheap "$99 HP TouchPads," and the news is that they won't be $99, but rather $149, and users must also purchase another device.
His speech slurred from a stroke, the 90-year old founder and chairman of Family Radio, Harold Camping appologized for leading his followers astray.
God showed his might over the weekend by disrupting life for millions in the Northeast with a suprise fall blizzard. Ending on Sunday, the massive snowfall ranged from a foot in Boston to six inches in New York City.
The First Amendment is the subject of protests by purveyors of sexual services. This time it is the classified ads website, Backpage.com.
Two are dead aboard a Norwegian Cruise Lines ship which has just docked in Boston. The ship with a total passenger capability of 2,225, The Norwegian Dawn, had called Massachusetts State Police reporting the deaths.
Modest economic growth is assuaging fears that a double-dip recession is in the offing. The question now is, can the strength shown in the numbers released yesterday be sustained.
The unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone is experiencing a price drop in the United States, according to the Android Police website.
On Christmas Eve 2008, two weeks after confessing to running the world’s largest Ponzi scheme, Bernard L. Madoff and his wife Ruth attempted suicide in their Manhattan penthouse.
It was nerves that were rattled today near Reno as a 4.7 earthquake shook the ground in Northern California Thursday.
Amy Winehouse Drank herself to death, according to toxicology reports released by the London coroner’s office.
Currently, Americans owe more on their student loans than on all credit card debt combined. Now, in a controversial plan, President Barack Obama is proposing an initiative to ease payment on 1.6 million student loans.