It is an untold story in many ways, all 30 NBA teams have volunteer chaplains who hold prayer circles with players who wish to observe their religious beliefs before every pro basketball game.
On Thursday, April 23, an openly gay hotel owner remarked on his Facebook page that he had accepted the opportunity to speak with GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz about LGBT issues.
Several polls have now given Florida Senator Marco Rubio the edge in the race for the 2016 GOP nomination for president, even above the recently-leading likely candidate and fellow Floridian Jeb Bush.
On the day that news broke that Bill and Hillary Clinton may have colluded to give Russia control of a large portion of the world's uranium production, Speaker John Boehner's website and Youtube channel are focused on the best way to cut your grass with a video titled "Lawn Care 101."
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan sent a group of 32 state troopers with expertise in crowd control to Baltimore as protests over the death of Freddie Gray have continued to roil the state's largest city.
Despite the bipartisan criticism of the Clintons' latest foreign donations-for-favors scandal that has brought serious consideration from media of all stripes, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush refused to jump into the fray to question the Clintons over the controversy.
Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner has been arrested on assault charges after a domestic incident with her fiancée Glory Johnson.
Study after study shows that Americans are not saving for retirement like they should, and a new survey finds that nearly one third of people who have some sort of savings plan have amassed less than $1,000 for retirement.
After Stephen Colbert left Comedy Central to be replaced by omedian Larry Wilmore, critics were exultant. But three months after taking over, Wilmore's ratings have taken a serious tumble.
Clinton Cash has gained steam ahead of its release -- a large number of mainstream media outlets are treating the book seriously and this isn't sitting well with Hillary devotees.
During a recent session as he prepares for his introduction to the NFL, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston shed new light on his 2014 shoplifting charge by characterizing the legal matter as a mix up. He didn't steal the crab legs, he says, a store clerk gave them to him for free.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's motorcade continues its flagrant disregard for the city's traffic laws despite the mayor's repeated promises to stop the violations.
As the allegations from Peter Schweizer's blockbuster new book Clinton Cash spread through the media, Clinton flacks are spinning the charges as "old news" -- but many in the media aren't playing along with the official line.
As the bombshell allegations about Hillary's Clinton's foreign donors continues to reverberate in Washington today, a rabidly left wing website and former Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs are warning that the allegations cannot be taken lightly and that Hillary will have to address them head on.
John Podesta promises that the book sending shockwaves through Washington and that the New York Times, Washington Post, and FOX News are using to launch major investigations contains no new information.
A tiny woman from Sacramento, California, has set a record by downing three 72-ounce steak dinners in only 20 minutes during an eating contest at a restaurant in Amarillo.
As Hillary Clinton begins her second run for the Democrat nomination for president, serious questions of corruption while she was Secretary of State continue to circle around her, especially over her connections to millions in donations from foreign governments.
The U.S. Attorney General under George W. Bush, Alberto Gonzales, has spoken out about President Obama's languishing nomination of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General saying that she "absolutely" deserves her confirmation vote.
Obama's National Security Agency isn't just for spying anymore—with the introduction of its new cartoon character aimed at urging kids to recycle, the spy agency has now joined the green movement.
After Saturday’s first Western Conference playoff game, New Orleans Pelicans Coach Monty Williams questions the noise level at Oracle Arena saying he thinks that the stadium’s noise level might break league rules.
Early this year an atheist was charged with murdering three Muslims over a parking dispute at their North Carolina apartment building. Now the brother of one of the slain Muslims wants the alleged killer charged with "terrorism."
President Obama is earning criticism for Earth Day plans that include taking Air Force One to the Everglades in Florida to serve as a backdrop for his latest speech about his fears of global warming.
The wife of a Florida man who was arrested after he landed a one-man gyrocopter on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol building to protest money in politics insists that her husband is a patriot.
By Friday, more of the secretive machinations used to plan the less than spontaneous meetings with purported "ordinary" Iowans arranged by Hillary Clinton's campaign have been revealed.
PBS' Sesame Street has lent one of its most popular characters to the Department of U.S. Health and Human Services to urge parents to vaccinate their children.