Los Angeles is buzzing about Prince William and his wife Catherine's upcoming visit and it has been hyped up by everyone, but the royal couple is actually trying to avoid any unofficial publicity.
This is a list of outstanding destinations for 2011 that offer a wealth of fun family activities and natural beauty, as well as plentiful vacation rental options for travelers looking to save money on their trips.
With most people torn between using Sunday mornings to go shopping or lie in bed, the prospect of spending 90 minutes in church has an increasingly limited appeal.
Famous sunsets and Hollywood glitz wait for Prince William and Kate for their three days of highly anticipated stops in the Golden State beginning Friday, July 8.
According Casey Anthony’s Orange County jail money account records, strangers and family continue to give her money to buy snacks and other items from the jail’s commissary.
Here is a list of the newest silly grilling gadgets for the Fourth of July.
Top ten list of things to do for the Fourth of July with your family.
A new Gallup poll reports that Americans are starting to think more often about our roots and widely agree that the United States has a unique character because of its history and Constitution.
An estimated 1,300 reporters are following Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, during their first trip abroad as a married couple, confirming to Americans they have that undeniable “star power.”
Anthony, 25, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in her two-year-old daughter Caylee's death and could get the death penalty if convicted of that charge.
The biggest fireworks going off as Minnesota enters the Fourth of July holiday weekend, with most government functions suspended, is the firing back and forth of who's to blame for the shutdown.
A Mennonite pastor from Waynesboro, Va., is catching the media’s attention this week by reviving his religion’s belief to ban the “Star Spangled Banner” from athletic events – or anywhere else for that matter.
The fast moving sexual assault case against former International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn had some major twists and turns Friday with lawyers pointing fingers and alleging possible corruption.
Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher is firing back at “The Village Voice” today on Twitter, publicly questioning the publication’s facts and practices. The Twitter war started early Thursday after the Voice published an article called “Real Men Get Their Facts Straight”
Pollution from stormwater runoff and sewage overflows continue to plague America’s beaches, which saw the second-highest number of closing and advisory days in more than two decades last year, according to the 21st annual beachwater quality report released Thursday by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Tropical Storm Arlene - the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season - has hit Mexico's eastern coast, pummeling a large part of the country with heavy rains.
Looking to shed a few pounds and get healthy in time for summer? You might be best served by choosing Weight Watchers or the government-developed Dash diet – at least according to new reports.
Tropical Storm Arlene continues its track toward the West with now upgraded top winds speeds of 50 MPH. This storm is progressively gathering more energy, therefore strengthening.
The eyes of the world are focused on the 23rd floor of the Orange County, Fla. courthouse. It is a surreal scene that has repeated daily during the trial of Casey Anthony, a 25-year-old Orlando mother, charged with the murder of her 2-year-old daughter.
This month marks the 44th anniversary of the Loving v. Virginia, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that struck down state laws prohibiting interracial marriage.
Seventy-five percent of women wouldn't hitch themselves to someone who was unemployed, and 65 percent wouldn't tie the knot if they were jobless, according to a recent survey by YourTango and ForbesWoman.
Political leaders seeking re-election may have lost a bundle of financial support for the next election cycle despite the victory songs being sung by proponents of New York’s historic vote to legalize same-sex marriage this week.
A three-year, $111 million program to expand access to HIV testing in 25 of the U.S. areas most affected by HIV has provided nearly 2.8 million HIV tests and diagnosed 18,432 individuals who were previously unaware of their HIV infection, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday.
Most Americans think breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but because of hectic schedules more than half the nation does not eat what is referred to by nutritionists as "the most important meal of the day," according to a new study released this week by Kellogg.
The death of an Arizona patient could be linked to the deadly German E. coli epidemic that caused 29 deaths and sickened thousands, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Thursday. The outbreak has alarmed doctors, who have never seen such an aggressive intestinal bacteria before.