The suspect in a quadruple murder in Washington, D.C. has been arrested in New York.
Liberals, please stop it with the Iraq war lies. There is plenty of criticism that can be leveled against George W. Bushs decision to invade Iraq in 2003, but he didnt deliberately mislead the country about Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
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The FDA banned blood donations from men who have sex with men in the midst of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It is considering lifting the ban and replacing it with a year deferral.
Nearly 200 people have been arrested in Texas on charges stemming from a wild biker gang shootout that left nine dead and 18 injured Sunday.
Bobby Jindal announced Monday that he's forming a presidential exploratory committee for a potential run for the 2016 Republican nomination.
A teary eyed Kardashians special saw the family open up about Bruce's transgender journey. Bruce spoke about his internal struggle and literally running away, portraying a male macho guy on the outside.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the state of Maryland cannot force residents to pay certain local taxes without taking into account taxes paid on income earned in other states.
Many black artists don't have an easy time, and Jay Z wants to do something about it.
World War II and Korean veterans were honored as they arrived from an honor flight in Louisville on Saturday night.
If Prince Harry is the real-life equivalent of Bridget Jones, does that mean Cressida Bonas and Chelsy Davy are his Daniel Cleaver and Mark Darcy?
Pope Francis met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday, calling him "an angel of peace", days after the Vatican announced a treaty that formalized its recognition of the State of Palestine.
In 2012, George Stephanopoulos said he doesn't think there's a such thing as media bias.
A visitor to Sweet Briar College would be hard-pressed to find signs of the financial stress that is shuttering the tiny women's school.
The railroad company said a Union Pacific Corp freight train carrying gravel derailed south of San Antonio on Friday with no reported of injuries. Thirty-two cars of the 60-car train came off the tracks near Pleasanton, about 35 miles south of San Antonio, and workers were trying to restore service along the line. Company spokesman Jeff DeGraff said although the cause has not been determined, the derailment may be related to flooding that has hit large parts of Texas this week. The incident comes after an Amtrak passenger train crashed outside of Philadelphia this week, killing eight people and injuring more than 200. A freight train in Pittsburgh also derailed on Thursday without injuries.
Howard Dean turned his most infamous campaign blunder around on Chris Christie on Thursday night, zinging the Republican governor of New Jersey on his presidential aspirations, according to a report.
A former top aide to Osama bin Laden has been sentenced to life in prison for conspiring in the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa.
Luxembourg's prime minister is to become the first European Union leader--and only the second worldwide leader --to marry someone of the same sex.
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