The impressive figure is all the more stunning since Benjamin Netanyahu has a live-in chef. But isn't this—no pun intended—sort of small potatoes?
The dual citizen says he's renouncing his birthright after getting a fat tax bill from Uncle Sam.
A derailed crude-oil shipment in West Virginia is the latest terrifying accident—despite new federal regulations and reputedly safer tanker cars.
Kate Brown, Oregon's new executive, takes over after John Kitzhaber was forced to resign.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg admits she nodded off during the State of the Union after too much wine. Why do such personal details excite so many Americans?
James Comey insisted that if citizens saw things from a beat cop's perspective, they'd be more sympathetic.
A slow drip of ethics allegations have Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber fighting for his political life, despite his best efforts to deflect them.
A Montana state representative says the leggings ought to be illegal. Oh, and Speedos too.
Tuesday afternoon, Craig Stephen Hicks shot his neighbors in the small North Carolina town for reasons that are not entirely clear.
Coolio started it.
Even though most Americans now support them, same-sex unions remain unpopular in the Cotton State. But in the younger generation, that's starting to change.
“I’m just not very good at bullshitting,” the then-presidential candidate said in 2008.
A prominent Manhattan parish wants to turn moral authority into action, taking Walmart to task for selling weapons with high-capacity magazines.
The country's supreme court has reversed its ban on assisted suicide, permitting those with "endless suffering" to end their own lives.
Public figures exaggerate the danger they've faced all the time—even though they're often caught.
Don't count on it.
The infamous record exec has been charged with murder, his third strike, but his trial has already been anything but ordinary.
In 1955, the mayor of Philadelphia complained that elected office didn't attract America's best minds. His diagnosis and solutions still seem relevant today.
Bob Dylan's new album, Shadows in the Night, is an unexpectedly beautiful tribute to Frank Sinatra.
James Robertson's commute is a personal triumph, but it also illustrates all the ways America fails the working poor.