There's an argument going around that it's 'virtually impossible' to be president today because of the power of the job and partisanship surrounding it. But there are problems with both those assertions.
Would you pay $19,000 for a coffee maker, or $11,999 for an 80-inch, custom-made television? Here is a roundup of seven of the most expensive household items, plus their much cheaper competitors.
The Marvel Studios panel at Comic-Con included new information about the upcoming movies 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' and 'Ant-Man' as well as an announcement about a sequel to the upcoming movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy.'
Punk rocker Ivan Suvanjieff and his wife, economist Dawn Engle, founded PeaceJam to help Nobel Peace Prize laureates share their stories with youths around the world.
At least 2,000 have left to join rebel groups in Syria, dividing families from Berlin to London and creating a new security threat for the West.
Both parties are openly talking about impeachment when, politically speaking, it's going nowhere. The chatter shows how impeachment – or at least talk of it – is evolving as a useful political tool.
HHS revealed on Thursday the number of unaccompanied migrant children being housed in each state. Some public officials want them, while others want to send them back.
'Hercules,' starring Johnson, is the second movie this year to center on the Greek hero. 'Hercules' is in theaters now.