Ethiopia's lawmakers are set to pass a bill that puts homosexuality on a list of offenses considered "non-pardonable".
The First Lady is turning heads in China with Spring wardrobe colors.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick shouldn't rule out a bid for national office in 2016, President Barack Obama said in an interview Wednesday.
Aretha Franklin realizes everyone make mistakes...even the President of the United States.
"I hate political correctness," says the celebrated former surgeon and potential 2016 Preidential hopeful.
Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released mixed jobs numbers with the economy adding more jobs than expected but the unemployment rate rising slightly.
Former figure skater Irina Rodnina now claims she is not responsible for the offensive tweet that shows President Obama chewing while a hand offers a banana.
Rush Limbaugh lets it be known what he wants in a scandal.
Mitt Romney takes the high road when addressing Melissa Harris-Perry's comments.
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.
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.
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.
The bill would allow states to drug-test applicants and would end government waivers that have allowed able-bodied adults without dependents to receive food stamps indefinitely.
Another government shutdown looms because of Congress' inability to get along.
Clowns just became scarier to some people. A spectator at the Missouri State Fair likens rodeo clown's Obama act to a KKK rally.
The latest elections signal a Shiite drawback in Kuwait, and in the same time, the strenghtening of liberal elements and some sunni Islamist parties as well.
The European Union's decision to list the group as a terrorist organization means that Hezbollah’s assets are to be frozen, and have other implications.
Anthony Weiner takes crude photos of himself...again. Only this time as Carlos Danger.
The President ends his silence and speaks openly about the Zimmerman trial saying that Trayvon Martin could've been him.
Illinois passes concealed gun law, which means all 50 states now allow conceal-carry.
In their latest blunder, the IRS exposed thousands of social security numbers.
Congress allowed student loan rates to double last week, but hopefully the July 4 recess gave them time to think on their mistake--and how to fix it.
Iranian President elect Hassan Rouhani seeks international dialogue in order to boost Iran's relations with the West and gain some leverage on the sanctions against the country.
Wendy Davis' effort may have been all for naught.
The Iranian elections have come to an end and finished with the victory of Hassan Rouhani. For most, it means that moderation wins over extremism in Iran.
The Obama administration will provide military aid to Syrian rebels after officials discovered that President Bashar al-Assad has in fact used chemical weapons against them.
The ongoing riots in Istanbul downtown pushed the Taksim in turmoil. Aggression is growing, and vandalism is also incessant as people's demands keep rising.
As we approach the designated date of Iranian elections, Iran’s electoral field is sinking. Two candidates withdrew from the race, leaving six.
In the edge of the elections, Iranian foreign policy debates take a major part of the media coverage of the event as the candidates share accusations.