A 2012 video purportedly showing Michael Brown beating an old black man is likely a false claim, according to Snopes.com
Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller were released from North Korean labor camps Saturday. President Obama leaves today for China for the APEC summit. Coincidence?
The CEO of DICK's Sporting Goods apologized to McKenna Peterson, who noticed that there were no female athletes in company's latest basketball catalog.
Mohamed El-Erian, the former CEO of PIMCO, quit his big salary job to spend more time with his daughter. His example highlights the challenge of balancing work and family.
European ISIS fighters: The EU Anti-Terrorism Chief Gilles de Kerchove says ISIS has more than 3,000 European fighters. Really? The FBI just scaled back its estimate from 100 Americans fighting with the Islamic State to just 12.
Did Oneida, Tenn., high school cheerleaders violate the Establishment Clause of the US Constitution? Or did they manage to cleverly avoid the legal boundaries established in a similar 2000 Supreme Court case?
Filmmaker Casey Neistat captures Chinese resellers in New York City waiting, buying, and hawking the iPhone 6.
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America are calling for a weekend boycott of Kroger until it bans shoppers from openly carrying firearms. So far, the nation's largest grocery store chain is resisting a policy change.
Connecticut police helped find a suspect driving blue Volkswagon Jetta Friday after a possible death threat on President Obama. No more details were released about this threat. Obama gets about 30 death threats per day, says one source.
Miley Cyrus turned the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards spotlight on the homeless youth of America. Twerking is so last year.
A resident of the Canfield Green Apartments apparently stops looters at Sam's Market in Ferguson, Mo. The episode is caught on video.
Michael Brown, aka "Big Mike," has been described as too "gentle" to play football. But a police report released Friday, and photos of Mike Brown flashing 'gang signs,' paint a different portrait of black teenager fatally shot Saturday, Aug. 9.
In Ferguson, Mo., and on social media, a growing protest over the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager. This shooting raises anew questions about excessive police force when confronting black suspects.