The biggest lottery jackpot in the history of mankind -- $640 million smackeroos -- has a winner. Rather, it has three winners.
Haven't gotten around to watching the first four seasons of Mad Men in time for tonight's Season 5 premiere? We can get you up to speed in no time.
The president glimpses a "time-warped" North Korea through binoculars, then tells them to knock off their "bad behavior."
A 32-year-old mother of five from San Diego has been taken off life support after being beaten unconscious in her own home by an intruder. The killer left behind a note: "Go back to your own country. You're a terrorist."
It's bigger than Spider-Man. Bigger than Twilight. It's The Hunger Games, and it's making Lionsgate very, very happy.
Every Sunday, we scour the political talk shows for the best parts so you don't have to. Today, Senior Advisor to the President David Plouffe responds to Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann is optimistic, and Paul Ryan hints at a possible vice presidential run.
The candidate scores another victory among evangelical voters.
Victims of the Afghanistan shooting spree were each presented with compensation yesterday, and told it "comes from President Obama."
Dick Cheney is in an intensive care unit, recovering from the heart transplant procedure he underwent today.
A 27-year-old man has been re-crowned America's Memory Champion. He claims anyone can do it.
The man charged with killing 17 Afghan civilians made two trips in the early morning hours, according to a U.S. government investigation. He spent the hour in between at the army base.
The Pope makes his first journey to Latin America with a three-day trip to Mexico. Next stop: Cuba.
The toy has been a thorn in the side of Mitt Romney ever since a senior aide first used its magical erasing properties to describe the campaign. Now the vice president and Ron Paul have joined the pile-on.
The movie is on track to have the fifth-biggest opening weekend ever.
Newt Gingrich says President Obama's comment, "If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon," is "disgraceful ... nonsense dividing this country up." If anyone would know what those kinds of comments sound like, it's Gingrich.
Rick Santorum's slick new attack ad makes a second Obama term seem like the coolest thing ever. We break down its inspirations.
As Israel and Iran continue to up the ante in their nuclear standoff, a campaign for peace between the two countries springs up on Facebook.
Strap on your knapsacks and pack your heat: 21 Jump Street is back.
As the military prepares its case against Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, a picture continues to emerge of the man as a model soldier and loving husband pushed to the brink by a fourth tour of duty.
Ronald Reagan's artistic handiwork, swiped by Margaret Thatcher herself at the 1981 G7 Summit, has been released online, among other historical curios from her archives.