President Obama announced Monday he's tired of waiting for Speaker John Boehner to act on immigration reform and that he intends to independently address the issue.
Uruguay's Luiz Suarez finally apologized for biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini...sort of. While apologizing, Suarez insisted he never meant to bite Chiellini at all. A mea culpa, this was not.
Prosecutors are going after Andy Coulson again after a jury failed to reach a majority verdict on two charges in the phone hacking scandal last week.
A team of doctors ruled Oscar Pistorius was not mentally incapacitated when he allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Some students who probably need to obtain a better grasp on how the world works are outraged over the amount of money potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton charges for a speaking appearance.
Human Rights Watch discovered evidence that ISIS fighters executed between 160 and 190 people and dumped the bodies in two mass graves near Tikrit, Iraq, the former hometown of Saddam Hussein.
On Friday, Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko signed the historic trade and economic deal with the European Union that triggered the series of events that led to an armed standoff with separatists and the annexation of Crimea.
President Barack Obama wants to increase the U.S.'s involvement in the Syrian conflict by asking Congress to approve $500 million in funding to train and arm "moderate" Syrian rebel forces.
Americans don't seem to know that too much of a good thing can be bad. New reports published today show that more people in the U.S. are seeking help for marijuana related health problems as alcohol continues to take a great toll on the body politic.
"Officials said the two men have been missing since the teenagers disappeared, and that a large manhunt is underway for them," the Associated Press reported.
If you think anything is going to happen during the World Cup match between USA and Germany, scheduled for 12 p.m. Thursday, besides watching the game, you are a truly foolish person. Also, I have a bridge to sell you.
Suarez won't take the field again until November 1, at the very earliest.
Brazil may go the way of Atlantis by the end of the World Cup if the pictures coming out of Recife are any indication.
Republicans have finally voted on a replacement for Eric Cantor, and they chose a guy from California.
Prosecutors are investigating Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker for allegedly organizing an illegal campaign finance ring to help fight his recall campaign in 2011 and 2012.
American officials have reopened a case against Johann Breyer, an 89-year-old Czechoslovakia immigrant living in Philadelphia, who has been accused of working as a Nazi guard at the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps.
The federal judge who last week struck down Wisconsin's ban against same sex marriages has put that ruling on hold, for now.
With Father's Day upon us, we got to remembering the movies we watched with our dads growing up. True classics of the Dad Movie genre, like Field of Dreams ... and Natural Born Killers.
The grass in one of the World Cup stadiums set to host a high-profile match on Saturday is in awful shape and not suitable to play on, according to a new statement from the international players' union.
Clickhole, the new parody site from the brains behind The Onion is taking aim at the onslaught of viral news, specifically Buzzfeed.