Some of rap's founding fathers will be honored at New York's City Hall.
A judge has declared a mistrial in the murder case of a hip-hop promoter already serving a life sentence for smuggling cocaine.
$1.2M bond set for Ebony Wilkerson, accused of driving kids into ocean.
Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released mixed jobs numbers with the economy adding more jobs than expected but the unemployment rate rising slightly.
It looks like the fight is back on for Zimmerman and an unnamed celebrity.
Someone needs to call Mike Tyson ASAP!
A batch of heroin was responsible for the deaths of 17 people in Pittsburgh.
Some say signing up for a pay day loan may be a thing of desperation, but depending on one's need it could be advantageous.
Rush Limbaugh lets it be known what he wants in a scandal.
Octomom is back in the news again for all the wrong reasons. This time it's welfare fraud.
At least 100 people filled SkyTrain to try to bring a smile to those riding the train.
Homeland star to take over videogame adaptation after death of Fast and Furious actor.
Mitt Romney takes the high road when addressing Melissa Harris-Perry's comments.
Aubrey Lee Price thought he had fooled the FBI. He thought wrong.
Is this a case of disrespect or a simple misunderstanding between NASA and Queen Bey?
Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco ties the know with her tennis beau, Ryan Sweeting.
New York day care worker stole jewelry from a baby while she slept.
George Zimmerman is in trouble with the law again.
After seeing this pic of what a McRib looks like before it is cooked, it may change the way you look at the sandwich forever.
The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the judges to take a another look at whether the University of Texas' race-based admissions policy remains necessary to ensure a diverse student body.
Michigan Lawmakers Hoping To Pass “Ban the Box” Bill That Would Eliminate Felony Conviction Check Box on Job Application
If this law is passed, it will allow felons to at least make it to the interview process without getting immediately turned down.
Your lustful thoughts and Facebook commenting should never mix as this man recently found out.
Maddy, one of the Zimmerman case's jurors is going to find it difficult to solicit any sympathy from a still angry public.
The administration has been slow to release actual completed enrollment information but had over 3 million visitors to website on first day with just 6 people signing up.
This biology teacher allowed students to share needles for a class project.
A gay couple in Chicago filed a human rights complaint after a cab driver kicked them out of cab after they shared a kiss.
Senator Ted Cruz says the President is abusing his powers but doesn't know how.
Lawmakers are proposing black boxes to be installed in future car models to track mileage. We would then pay a tax on those miles driven.
For some overweight kids in Fargo, North Dakota, they will be in for a "trick" instead of treat if they go to this lady's house.
The Man of Steel may very well have to find a new means of making his super transformation.