Police removed a mentally disturbed man in an Elmo costume from New York City's Central Park Zoo on Sunday afternoon.
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TMZ reported that outgoing “Today” host Ann Curry will receive $10 million under the terms of the contract she signed last year.
President Barack Obama’s most recent recess appointee to the National Labor Relations Board is the former general counsel to the International Union of Operating Engineers, a union with a near-Hollywood past of corruption and organized crime, according to Fox News.
In a radio interview Thursday morning, Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown claimed he has had meetings with “kings and queens.”
Buyology Inc. released a study last week showing the differences in consumer tastes of Republicans and Democrats.
Buyology Inc. released a study last week showing the differences in consumer tastes among Republicans and Democrats.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday morning in favor of broadcasters ABC, FOX, CBS, and NBC in FCC v. FOX.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has declined to publicly endorse either Mitt Romney or Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, but he was a little looser with his words at a charity function in New York last week, The New York Times reports.
The American Spectator flagged this video of several members of the White House press corps interrupting President Ronald Reagan repeatedly during a press briefing on the Iran Contra scandal.
At a press event in London Monday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) launched its official, advertisement-free Facebook page, reported The Telegraph.
Chris Brown and Drake got in a little disagreement early Thursday morning at a New York City club, according to a TMZ report.
In a segment Tuesday on CNN’s ‘Starting Point’ with Christine Romans, former wrestler and governor Jesse Ventura urged voters to consider Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson -- but CNN edited that piece of the interview out of the internet coverage of the story.
In an unrecorded interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan Tuesday, Casey Anthony spoke out for the first time since she was acquitted last summer of charges that she murdered her daughter.
On Tuesday, the Justice Department moved against Tremor Enterprises, a horse racing business funded by Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, the second in command of Mexico’s Zetas drug cartel, reports The New York Times.
In a new report released by James Carville’s liberal nonprofit public opinion research group, Democracy Corps, data from focus groups shows that Barack Obama is taking the wrong approach to the campaign by focusing on economic issues.
At the annual Worldwide Developer Conference Monday, the tech giant Apple announced several new product developments, most notably within the MacBook line of laptop computers, reports Daily Tech.
After the death of al-Qaida Number 2 Abu Yahya al-Libi in a Predator drone attack Monday, the group is searching for a new deputy to leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Walt Disney Studios will not sell their DVDs to any video rental services such as Redbox, Netflix, or Blockbuster until 28 days after their initial release, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales told The Daily Caller he doesn't think Mitt Romney's presidential campaign should turn the Operation Fast and Furious scandal into an election issue.