The former Penn State assistant football coach waived his right to a preliminary hearing on sex abuse charges Tuesday, meaning the case will go to trial.
If Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are still leading in January, expect a close, three-lap primary race. Gingrich will likely win the first lap. But Romney will likely rebound in the second.
Jerry Sandusky arrived today for a preliminary hearing on charges of sexually molesting 10 boys. A former Penn State coach, Sandusky maintains his innocence.
Tim Tebow has been showered with attention as the Broncos near their first playoff berth since 2005 but time and again it has been kicker Matt Prater who has sealed these recent wins.
Occupy Wall Street tried to shut down West Coast ports Monday to show that it had staying power even after its tent cities have been dispersed. It's a test of whether the movement survives.
Rick Perry's campaign ad 'Strong' – which goes after gays in the military, the 'war on Christmas,' and the ban on prayer in schools in one fell swoop – has 646,000 'dislikes' on YouTube.
Newt Gingrich wasted no time issuing a retort to Mitt Romney, who said on Monday that Newt Gingrich should pay back the $1.6 million he took in fees for advising Freddie Mac.
Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants faces a key test by the Supreme Court. States with similar tough laws on illegal immigrants include South Carolina, Alabama, Utah, Georgia and Indiana
President Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki met in Washington Monday to mark the approaching end of the Iraq war. But Iran is happy to see US troops go and will bear watching.
In politics, a gaffe is often described as a "truth told by accident." Mitt Romney has had relatively few of them during his time in politics, but lately, the former governor of Massachusetts has had a bunch. The most recent: a leaked video that shows Mr. Romney dismissing President Obama’s supporters as ‘victims,’ dependent on government. The video stoked criticism of how the candidate’s unforced errors are preempting debate on Mr. Obama’s record, especially on jobs and the economy. Here’s a list of the most memorable verbal missteps.
The chief executive of the Orlando Magic talked with center Dwight Howard about his request to be traded to one of three NBA teams.
Robert Noyce, the co-inventor of the microchip, could have won a Nobel Prize on two different occasions, but didn't. For Robert Noyce, it was a case of bad timing and bad advice.
Last year, the teen birthrate dropped to the lowest level ever reported in the US. Increased use of birth control is one reason, and many say that parent-child dialogue is key.
One media report about the Virginia Tech shooting has made a connection between the real estate office where Ross Truett Ashley allegedly stole an SUV and his apartment.
Returning home at the end of the Iraq mission is not all 'cotton-candy clouds and unicorns' for some US troops. They now have to face financial and family problems at home or the rising risk of being cut by a downsizing military.
Mitt Romney challenges the $1.6 million paid to Newt Gingrich as a 'historian' for Freddie Mac. Newt Gingrich responds with a $10 bet.
The Supreme Court has agreed to consider the tough Arizona immigration law, setting the stage for a potentially landmark ruling on whether states have rights to set immigration policy.
Michelle Obama and a group of elementary and middle school students broke the world record for the most people doing jumping jacks in a 24-hour period.
Mitt Romney's wife tells him 'betting is not one of his strengths.' After Saturday's $10,000 gaffe, on Sunday Romney told about his humble life as a missionary in France.
Both major political parties are raising 'incredible' amounts of money in the 2012 cycle, said former Sen. Norm Coleman, chairman of a GOP super PAC called the Congressional Leadership Fund.