The government knows who you’re calling.
In suburban Atlanta, northern Idaho and a number of other places, churches have moved swiftly to sever ties with the Boy Scouts of America in protest over the vote last month to let openly gay boys participate in Scouting.
A gay couple is pursuing a discrimination complaint against a Colorado bakery, saying the business refused them a wedding cake to honor their Massachusetts ceremony.
A New York City woman has pleaded guilty to engaging in a fraudulent fundraising scheme in which she posed as the aunt of a Newtown school shooting victim.
FDA panel wants changes to Avandia safety measures
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback issued a statement today upon learning of the death of 2nd Lt. Justin Lee Sisson
Former Auburn basketball player Varez Ward pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he conspired to fix a 2012 game that his team lost to Arkansas.
A private cargo pilot has been charged with flying while drunk with a blood alcohol content was 0.27 percent, well above the .04 percent limit permitted by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Kiefer Sutherland is slithering into a very different role.
Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II’s husband has been admitted to a London hospital for an exploratory operation.
The teen driver of a car that crashed in Newport Beach, killing all five youngsters aboard, had an expired temporary license, according to the state Department of Motor Vehicles.
At the height of Iran’s internal political clashes in late 2011, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei became so exasperated that he warned the Islamic Republic could someday drop the office of an elected president.
A judge says he is inclined to unseal portions of a choreographer’s court filings alleging he was abused by Michael Jackson but that details of the alleged molestation should remain out of public court filings.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is pushing legislation to punish cyber thieves backed by countries like China and Russia.
Former U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is joining the international law firm WilmerHale as a partner. He starts work Monday in Denver, where the firm is opening its first office.
Billionaire Warren Buffett’s giving is being recognized by a group of his fellow philanthropists.
Caps and gowns are in fashion right now, and so, apparently, are copies of “Lean In” as a graduation gift.