DALLAS (AP) — Radio talk show host Glenn Beck isn't backing down from his public attack on American Airlines.
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NEW YORK — MTV has moved up the start of its annual Video Music Awards so its fans won't have to choose between pop stars and President Barack Obama.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Free-agent receiver Plaxico Burress was headed to New England on Sunday to work out for the Patriots, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
ATLANTA (AP) — The stepson of the Grammy award-winning pop star Usher has died, two weeks after the child was critically injured in a boating accident.
As a last resort to fight soaring food prices, a top Iranian official has proposed a ban on images of people eating chicken on television.
The actor was resuscitated by girlfriend Omarosa Stallworth, according to TMZ.
SEOUL — China is quietly inviting tens of thousands of North Korean guest workers into the country in a deal that will provide a cash infusion to help prop up a teetering regime with little more to export than the drudgery of a desperately poor population.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Long called an underdog, Gabby Douglas likes her new label a whole lot more.
TORONTO (AP) — Struggling BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. said Thursday it will delay the launch of new phones deemed critical to the company's survival and revealed its business is crumbling faster than thought.
The American Civil Liberties Union will champion a Ku Klux Klan outfit's right to "adopt" a section of highway in Union County, an ACLU official said Tuesday — on the same day that key members of the KKK group acknowledged they live in a neighboring county.
Limits on corporate campaign spending are unconstitutional, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday, striking down a Montana law.
As interest rates on federal student loans threaten to double in just nine days, President Obama again expressed his disapproval of Congress “playing chicken with another deadline.”
A new Louisiana law requires sex offenders and child predators to state their criminal status on their Facebook or other social networking page, with the law's author saying the bill is the first of its kind in the nation.
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker and several of his burly buddies got into a fight with security guards as he was precelebrating his upcoming wedding in Aspen, Colo.
JAIPUR, India (AP) - A father in northwestern India remained unrepentant Tuesday after beheading his daughter with a ceremonial sword in a rage over her relationships with men, police said.
A Florida teen is undergoing a miraculous recovery after he was accidentally shot in the head with a spear gun.
Orlando Sanford International Airport has received initial approval for its proposal to replace its TSA contingent with private security staff.
Those annoying little advertisements that flank every Facebook user’s newsfeed -- called “sponsored stories” -- have become another thorn in Facebook’s already thorny side.
Oklahoma Republican Sen. Tom Coburn released a report yesterday exposing inefficiency and waste in the USDA’s Market Access Program (MAP), which has spent $2.1 billion since 1999 on subsidies for profitable agriculture companies and trade associations that do business overseas.
A United States investigation into overseas tax evasion has zeroed in on 11 Swiss banks, resulting in the arrest of several high-profile bankers and revealing the names of thousands of American clients.