The Herman Cain campaign has raked in at least $3 million in October, says chief of staff Mark Block. That bests Cain's fundraising tally for the entire third quarter of 2011.
Occupy Wall Street searches outpace tea party searches on Google. But news coverage volume has Occupy Wall Street and the tea party movement in a dead heat, says Google.
Statue of Liberty: A makeover of Lady Liberty will come with five webcams attached to the torch. The web cams go live Friday during ceremonies marking the Statue of Liberty's 125th anniversary.
World Series: This was just the third time that a team one out from elimination in the World Series came back to win the game, according to STATS LLC.
Julius Erving: Known on the hardwood as Dr. J, Erving told The Associated Press on Wednesday he's never been a "hoarder or collector," and plans to donate a portion of the auction proceeds to the Salvation Army.
Herman Cain's leads in the two latest polls, just two months before the Iowa caucus. The case for why Herman Cain could end up with the GOP 2012 nomination.
A New York man pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring to steal historical documents signed by the likes of Washington, Lincoln, Adams, Marie Antoinette, and Napoleon Bonaparte.
A bipartisan group of 100 House members will call for the deficit 'super committee' to make massive deficit cuts – even if it means entitlement or tax reform. The strong backing could be key.
The Rick Perry campaign has said that Perry might not attend all seven Republican presidential debates between now and the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses. That could have a domino effect.
Other states, also struggling with budget problems, will be watching closely to see how California handles this key issue with its 1.6 million public employees and retirees.
Rick Perry has snagged the media spotlight with his flat tax plan, among other moves. Is it enough to get Rick Perry's campaign on track, asks DCDecoder.
A US military-run reintegration effort in Afghanistan aims to teach captured Taliban fighters how to earn a legal living upon release. Critics say the US program is premature and undermines the Afghan government.
Herman Cain continues to run strong in polls of Republican voters nationwide and in key states. So why do experts still say he's a long shot for the GOP nomination? Organization and experience.
Joe 'the Plumber' Wurzelbacher has entered the 2012 congressional race saying Congress needs more mechanics, bricklayers and plumbers.
Crystal Cathedral bankruptcy: the "Hour of Power" televangelist church approved plans to sell its Crystal Cathedral to Chapman University.
Former GOP presidential front-runner Rick Perry says his mistake was taking part in the debates. But now that he's fallen back, it could be hard to rebound if he avoids future debates.
So far, Herman Cain, Rick Perry, and Newt Gingrich have all introduced flat tax plans, which would lead to less revenue and broader spending cuts, analysts say.
Insider trading has been a target of both the Bush and Obama administrations. The case against Rajat Gupta, a former director of both Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble, is part of a major crackdown on insider trading.
Mining companies say the decision could cost the regional economy billions of dollars. Environmentalists disagree and say mining near the Grand Canyon would mar a natural treasure.
Congress's super committee may have just days to act in order to meet its deadline and prevent $1.2 trillion in automatic cuts to defense and nondefense spending. So far, no plan has emerged.