A Boston police officer who was decorated for his actions during the Boston Marathon Bombing is recovering after being shot in the face in what has been called an "unprovoked attack."
Media Matters for America is now fully geared up to push Hillary Clinton on the media and the nation ahead of her likely run for president in 2016, a new report reveals.
A spring break party at a private home in Panama City Beach was interrupted by gunfire early on Saturday morning wounding seven, authorities said.
The Islamist radicals who have terrorized Nigeria for a decade struck again on Saturday, killing some 41 people to disrupt the African country's national elections.
Officials in a Missouri school are under fire for telling a seven-year-old girl who weighs a slight 54 pounds that her body mass index (BMI) was too high, the girl's mother said Wednesday.
Former St. Louis Rams seventh-round pick Michael Sam, famous for being the only openly gay player in the NFL, insisted he isn't the only gay player in the league.
A Colorado woman who brutally cut a live baby from the womb of its mother won't be charged with murder, because a law pushed by pro-abortion lobbyists maintains that a fetus is not a human being.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence has declared a public health emergency for areas of southeastern Indiana hit with 79 cases of H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS.
College basketball's win-or-go-home NCAA Tournament rakes in surprisingly fewer viewers than a string of "meaningless" college football bowl games.
On Wednesday, California Democrat Barbara Lee proposed a resolution in the House of Representatives that claims women will eventually be forced into prostitution in order to obtain life-sustaining food and water for their families.
Even as Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock gave his final speech from the floor of the House of Representatives on Thursday, it seems he broke two more rules in his last voting day as a member of Congress.
A student at Sheehan High School raised fears of contaminated food after posting photos to social media of a worm found in a fruit cup served in the school cafeteria.
The NFL has now officially declared the "trick" formation used by the New England Patriots in the playoffs against the Baltimore Ravens illegal.
A new poll of Americans finds that after a one-time rise, the level of concern about environmental threats is continuing a fifteen-year decline.
As the runoff election to determine who will be the next mayor of Chicago grows near, New York Magazine has proclaimed that challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia is the Windy City's Bill de Blasio.
Yet another staffer has moved from the media, then to Vice President Biden's staff, and now on to Obama's office.
The Cleveland Browns have announced that they fully expect troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel to be released from rehab in time to participate in the offseason workouts scheduled to begin at the end of April.
Former New York Congressman Barney Frank recently slammed Vice President Joe Biden, saying he "lacks discipline" and criticized him for constantly fondling women.
Police in Calhoun County, Michigan, are reporting that as snow melts in local wooded areas, methamphetamine dump sites are "popping up like spring flowers."
Obama's Department of Justice has announced new plans to give banks more power to inform on customers' "nefarious activity" and trigger immediate investigations by federal or local authorities.
Hillary Clinton is testing out a pair of campaign themes ahead of her likely entry into the 2016 race for the White House. One theme is a bow to the attack she is getting from left-wing Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Obama's National Security Advisor, Susan Rice, fell for a social media hoax on Monday, posting that a famous Nigerian writer had died that day. But in fact, the author died two years ago.
The nation's most iconic baseball bat manufacturer has been sold to a Finland-based company for $70 million.
Even the cold weather didn't depress the violence in Chicago this weekend. Over the chilly weekend, 13 were wounded and 4 died. Among those killed in the region was an Indiana father of two who died from a stabbing.
The failure of a hotplate was the cause of a tragic fire that took the lives of seven Brooklyn children, the worst such tragedy in New York City since 2007.
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