Palin could not overcome low scores from judges to become the new 'Dancing With the Stars' champ
The law is the first of its kind for a major American city, and San Francisco officials said they hope other cities would follow
The next step in tightened security could be on U.S. public transportation, trains and boat
Congressional Republicans who assailed the Democrats' healthcare law in the run-up to the midterm elections are facing pressure to decline government-provided coverage when they take office
As Obama plans White House reshuffle, where are the new faces?
Until now, J. Crew had weathered the economic turmoil in the U.S. better than some competitors
South Korea says it will retaliate with missile strikes against the North if faced with "further provocations"
Gentry Collins takes first steps toward a run for chairman of the Republican National Committee
GOP senator cites new intel, won't back New START
Much to the satisfaction of many (but perhaps to the chagrin of father Billy Ray Cyrus), Miley Cyrus has finally reached the age of consent
George Djura Jakubec, a 54-year-old unemployed software engineer, pleaded not guilty to 26 charges related to the find
Colorado political junkie has fun with his son's fifth-grade election
Bad boy actor Charlie Sheen flippantly offered to toss a porn star $20,000 to calm her down after terrorizing her in a hotel rampage, shocking text messages revealed Tuesday
Protesters arrested after sit-in at McCain's office
No matter what next occupies the southeast corner of Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, it will always be remembered as the place where the Spectrum stood
With his country on the brink of war, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il spent today reinforcing stereotypes about his own eccentricity