Staggeringly implausible, cartoonishly comical, Roland Emmerich’s “White House Down” is refreshingly dumb.
The Cleveland Browns have released a rookie who is charged with attempted murder for allegedly punching a man outside a club in northern New Jersey.
President Barack Obama says he’s re-enlisting Gen. Martin Dempsey for another term as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
An Iraq War veteran who initially pleaded insanity in the fatal shooting of his wife
Missourians for and against gay marriage both found something to praise in the U.S. Supreme Court’s rulings on the issue.
It’s a scandal a day in Mexico: an ex-governor sent to jail, another under investigation, mysterious money popping up in senators’ bank accounts, politicians passing stacks of bills on YouTube.
Wichita State University’s senior associate athletics director has been reprimanded by the NCAA for getting into an argument with security at the Staples Center in Los Angeles during this year’s NCAA basketball tournament.
A slogan painted in small letters on a school wall reads, “We the people want Syria to be a civil, democratic state.”
Pope Francis is signaling he will sign off on the reform process of the Legion of Christ religious order, which was disgraced by revelations its founder was a pedophile.
Michael Jackson’s eldest son says his father was excited about going back on tour before his death but wasn’t happy about the terms of the ill-fated shows.
The former National Security Agency contractor who leaked U.S. surveillance secrets is not the first person to be stranded in the legally ambiguous zone between the arrivals gate and the immigration desks of an international airport.
Paula Deen’s name is being stripped from four buffet restaurants owned by Caesars, part of the continuing fallout over her admission that she used a racial slur in the past.
The common image of Mormon missionaries has long been two young men wearing white shirts and ties walking through neighborhoods, knocking door-to-door.
A crowd at San Francisco City Hall applauded the news Wednesday that the U.S. Supreme Court had cleared the way for same-sex marriages to resume in California
New Jersey officials say they want to shine a light on sports gambling by legalizing it, arguing in a U.S. appeals court that betting on games can’t be eliminated but can be controlled.
Attorney General Eric Holder says the Supreme Court’s decision declaring the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional is an “enormous triumph” for equal protection under the law for all Americans.
Two American anti-Islam activists were banned Wednesday from entering Britain following reports they were planning to speak at a far-right rally this weekend.