One Direction Sweeps Awards for Most Popular Social Media Stars
British boy band One Direction has swept the inaugural awards recognizing the most popular people in social media globally, coming top in four out of 10 categories at a star-studded ceremony in Singapore.
Obama's War-on-Terror Rules
President Obama used a big-sky speech Thursday to try to nudge America beyond a post-9/11 “war on terror” and toward containing and dismantling terrorist organizations and extremists that pose threats to the United States.
Gang of Eight: Immigration Bill Won't Add to the Nation's Deficit
Members of the Gang of Eight say their immigration reform bill will not add a dime to the nation’s deficit.
Dominant Serena Williams Fearful of the "Lady In the Mirror"
Based on form, Serena Williams is a stand-out favorite to win a second French Open title but her record at Roland Garros means she approaches the tournament with a touch of apprehension and fearful of the "lady in the mirror".
LONDON SHOCK: Soldier Murdered In Woolwich Machete Attack
British authorities have established that one and possibly both of the men who hacked a soldier to death on a London street was born in Britain of Nigerian descent, a source with knowledge of the investigation said on Thursday.
San Francisco, Houston to Host 2016 and 2017 Super Bowls
San Francisco and Houston were chosen on Tuesday as host cities for the 2016 and 2017 Super Bowls after National Football League (NFL) team owners voted for the two ahead of Miami.
Oklahoma City Suburb Devastated by Tornado
Rescue workers with sniffer dogs and searchlights picked through the wreckage of a massive tornado to ensure no survivors remained buried in the rubble of primary schools, houses and buildings in an Oklahoma City suburb.
Anthony Weiner Announces NYC Mayoral Run
Two years after resigning from Congress in a lewd photo scandal, former U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner announced in a video message early on Wednesday he is running for New York City mayor.
Report: Oscar Pistorius Rules Out Track Return This Year
South African Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius, who is charged with murdering his girlfriend, will not compete in any events this year, local media reported on Monday.