Facebook, the social networking tool that has become a way of life for millions of people, businesses and political campaigns, is extending its political reach with a political action committee.
A Minnesota Pastor, infamous for endorsing Michele Bachmann's congressional run, is cautiously making plans to hit the campaign trial for her presidential campaign.
In an attempt to draw fresh faces and new energy to Mitt Romney's 2012 race for the White House, his wife, Ann, will take a more public role, the Romney campaign announced.
California protesters marched in front of the newly-opened Hollywood branch of the chicken fast food chain Chick-fil-A on Saturday to protest against the company’s supposed anti-gay policies.
Jaycee Dugard's lawsuit shows how court-appointed psychologists, parole and prison officials repeatedly missed opportunities to arrest her abductor, Phillip Garrido, and shorten or even avoid her 18-year imprisonment.
Since Casey Anthony was cleared of the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in July, the namesake law penalizing parents who do not report missing children within 24 hours is being considered in 25 different states, according to a USA TODAY survey. Critics say the law is specific to Anthony's case and is unnecessary.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a national lawsuit Wednesday alleging national retailer Bass Pro Outdoor World LLC engaged in discriminatory hiring practices against African American and Hispanic applicants.
Government watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) is pushing for the dismissal of indictments against former presidential candidate John Edwards. The nonprofit organization said the North Carolina Democrat is "loathsome," but not corrupt.
Freshman House Republicans on Tuesday used a floor debate on immigration as an opportunity to go after President Barack Obama's jobs plans and his immigration record.
A gay former staffer of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition claims he was sexually harassed by the founder and president, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, and discriminated against for years until he was fired in 2009. He is now suing the Illinois organization for $448,300 in back pay and damages.
A new study shows that a majority of Americans believe God is the guiding force that is leading America's economy and the government is too big. As a result, sociologists concluded these believers are upset about U.S. economic policy because they believe increased government regulation and interference in personal freedoms go against God's plans.
Christians from the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) are urging pro-life Republicans to protect the unborn and uphold regulations on mercury pollution, which can cause permanent brain damage and development challenges in unborn babies.
An Ohio pro-life Tea Party activist announced Monday that he will challenge Ohio Congressman John Boehner in the 2012 Republican primary, stating that the 2012 House Speaker's record on abortion is "disappointing."
Pro-life groups herald the Virginia Board of Health for passing provisional regulations Thursday forcing the state's more than 20 abortion clinics to abide by the same strict standards as hospitals. They say the new regulations will protect against unlicensed abortion doctors.
A recent Bloomberg poll shows the growing dissatisfaction for the current administration could possibly translate to Republican votes. The poll revealed that one in three Americans believe the United States would be better off if Hillary Clinton, not Barack Obama, had been elected president.
Political figure Sarah Palin's popularity in the polls takes a dip as more exposé books, including a new one from daughter Bristol's ex-boyfriend, continue to surface.
The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) group sounded the alarm Thursday about new media outlets such as Facebook, Google and Apple, which they say have written policies that violate the fundamental rules of free expression, particularly concerning religious free speech.
An Arizona college student passing out American flags with friends Friday for the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 was forced to move after campus officials accused her of hindering foot traffic and lacking the proper permit. Despite the university's denials, the event organizer said officials violated her right to free speech.
Legal testimony from a former Herman Cain campaign staffer suggests the Republican presidential candidate may have tried to cover up the employment of a gay staffer.
Tuesday's New York special election for former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s seat may be an opportunity for Republicans and Democrats alike to express their disenchantment with President Obama’s economic politics, which could result in a landmark victory for GOP candidate Robert Turner.
Nearly a year after a surge of teen suicides resulting from bullying grabbed the nation's attention, there is a wave of parents filing bullying lawsuits in order to force schools to protect their children and other students from verbal and physical abuse at the hands of their peers.
Rick Perry, whose comments comparing Social Security to a “Ponzi” scheme, has taken hits from both sides of the aisle. The Republican governor of Texas is now backing away from his Ponzi scheme comparison in a letter urging for Social Security reform as Republican presidential candidates continue to criticize the Texas governor.
September 11 and the Park 51 Mosque have become battleground issues in the finals days of the New York special election to replace disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Americans have been urged to proceed as normal despite word of "credible" terror threats circulated the news since late Thursday afternoon. The question remains will Americans continue with their plans to honor 9/11 victims amid the threat of a possible terrorist attack.
The Tennessee pastor who welcomed an Islamic center to his block a year ago is now urging Christians everywhere to let go of fear and ignorance this Sept. 11 and love their Muslim neighbors.