Republicans haven't abandoned extreme positions on immigration. They've just transferred controversial proposals to the state level.
Costco will sell a designer's line of wedding dresses at in-store 'trunk shows' around the United States.
The Aloha State has topped the list in a Gallup-Healthways survery of six categories of well-being. Coming in last: West Virginia.
Rock 'n' roll legend Meat Loaf has said 'no' to reality shows until now, with Donald Trump's 'Celebrity Apprentice.' The winning success of Bret Michaels (of Poison fame) on the show inspired him – and, he admits, he is trying to attract more attention to his most recent album, 'Hang Cool Teddy Bear.'
Conservative columnist George Will takes off on Mike Huckabee and Newt Gingrich for their comments about President Obama's upbringing, railing against "careless, delusional, egomaniacal, spotlight-chasing" presidential candidates.
At 8.9 percent, unemployment is still high. But in some industries, jobs are available with no skilled workers to fill them.
Western Republican lawmakers and governors object to Obama administration plans to consider whether millions of acres of federal land in the West should be protected as 'wild lands.'
Project Southern Tempest netted 678 gang members connected to international drug syndicates. It's a sign that the US is trying to help in the war against Mexican cartels.
Oscar has always loved films based on true stories – 100 out of 485 Best Picture nominees since 1927 would qualify – but never more than this year. Four of the 10 features on the Best Picture slate are based on real characters and events: “The King’s Speech,” “The Fighter,” “The Social Network,” and “127 Hours.” Eavesdrop on departing moviegoers and you will inevitably hear, “I’d love to know what really happened.” Here are some facts behind the “true-life” stories contending for this year’s Best Picture Academy Award.