The Jerry Lewis Telethon will have to happen without Jerry Lewis as the Muscular Dystrophy Association announced Tuesday that the iconic comedian will relinquish his post as chairman of the organization and not appear on the telethon for the first time since 1966.
People in the area near Virginia Tech took to Twitter to express their reactions over the possibility of a gunman roaming the campus, sharing everything from information and jokes, to prayers.
On the 10th anniversary of the tragic 9/11 attacks that killed thousands and changed the course of history, Mike Huckabee will be selling a controversial cartoon about the attacks for $10.
Professional gamblers have discovered a loophole in a Massachusetts scratch-off lottery game that allowed them to make big bucks before getting found out.
The search for Celina Cass that ended in tragedy has stolen headlines, but another missing person case nearby is still unsolved. The two investigations show stark differences in how each case has been handled, which may explain why one was solved while the other is still open.
A homeless man has sparked a security alert in Washington DC after jumping the White House fence, but was immediately apprehended by gun-toting Secret Service agents.
The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings for Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Nebraska, Illinois, Iowa, Arizona and Kansas, with records being broken in the state Dorothy called home.
The Kings of Leon have canceled their U.S. tour, but have insisted they are not breaking up.
The TSA will begin new screening process, but critics say screeners won’t be trained well enough for it to be effective.
Getting smacked by Rupert Murdoch’s wife wasn’t enough, so the man who threw a pie at the NewsCorp CEO is going to jail.
A Vermont man, who called the police last month and told them he had shot a man in the head, has been told by police that they can do nothing about it.
Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich might not be able to buy votes, but he might be able to buy Twitter followers. That's the accusation made by a former Gingrich campaign staffer, who accused Gingrich of hiring several "follow agencies" to bulk up the number of his Twitter followers.
Over two years after quitting six nation talks just before violating a nuclear treaty and launching a long-range missile into the Pacific Ocean, North Korea wants to resume talks over the possibility of ending their nuclear program in exchange for aid "without preconditions."
Anger over the Jewish state’s economic situation has resulted in mass protests, ranging from Facebook campaigns to student and labor union protests in a similar version of the Arab Spring that rocked the Middle East earlier this year.
She's not free yet. A Florida judge has signed a document that will require Casey Anthony to return to Orlando and possibly serve a year of supervised probation for check fraud.