The Bundy Ranch saga may be over as a conservative talking point, but its memory lives on -- in the form of the armed militia that rose to his aid when the Bureau of Land Management came to take his cattle.
Donald Sterling still owns the Los Angeles Clippers, but the president of the chapter of the NAACP that almost gave him a lifetime achievement award is out.
The football coach at Vanderbilt University, one of 55 schools cited for Title IX violations, contacted the woman several of his players are charged with raping.
Phoenix VA Health System director Sharon Helman and two other officials were placed on administrative leave today following allegations that the VA hospital had a secret wait list that prolonged patient care and may have led to the death of 40 veterans.
The International Monetary Fund's $17 billion loan to Ukraine, first proposed in March, has been approved, with $3.2 billion is immediately available to the troubled country.
Rob Ford just pulled a Rob Ford. The troubled crack smoking Toronto mayor appears to have been caught doing what he does best on video. Again.
An Ohio man scheduled to be put to death next month has been granted clemency and had his sentence reduced to life without parole today -- the day after an execution Oklahoma went horribly wrong.
The Golden State Warriors (like most of us) have made no secret of their feelings regarding Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist remarks.
Clayton Lockett died from a heart attack after his vein blew during his lethal injection. Charles Warner's execution has been stayed for two weeks.
The White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault released its first report today, with initial recommendations for how college campuses can better handle sexual assaults.
Late nights just got a little less Scottish. Craig Ferguson is leaving "The Late Late Show," which he's hosted for the last 10 years, at the end of this year.
A Montana man has been charged with homicide after allegedly setting a trap in his garage to lure a burglar and then shooting him before he could get away.
A severe storm in the central and southern states has caused several tornadoes and killed at least 17 people.
The annual NRA convention was held this weekend in Indianapolis, and its message was clear: you should be terrified of everyone and everything, and only guns can protect you.
An Arkansas law requiring voters to present government-approved forms of ID was struck down by a state circuit court judge today for being unconstitutional.
Following the death of 16 Sherpas in an avalanche and the Sherpa community's refusal to work this year's climbing season in their honor, many of the hopeful Everest climbers are starting to give up and head home.
The peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority are going about as well as usual. Which is to say, not very well at all.
Those fireball oil train derailments that have become increasingly common should continue unabated because no one -- not government regulators, not the oil companies and not the railroad industry -- has the desire (nor the requirement) to change things.
Oklahoma's government appears to have worked out the state's constitutional issues surrounding the execution of two death row inmates.
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda may have gotten away with pitching one game to the Red Sox with a hand covered in what looked a whole lot like pine tar, but the Sox weren't going to let it slide a second time.