Kate Upton has gained a serious amount of celebrity over the past couple of years for her signature, bouncy strut up and down some of the most famous catwalks in the world. Now, she has finally landed the coveted U.S. cover of Vogue magazine.
A trial into the death of pop icon Michael Jackson is underway as jurors listened to arguments over whether or not concert promoter AEG contributed to his demise. The jurors have also been privy to some interesting new findings about the misunderstood superstar.
The United States State Department has ordered the removal of blueprints for nonprofit Defense Distributed's controversial 3D-printed "Liberator" handgun from the company's DEFCAD Web site.
A Heritage Foundation policy analyst who co-authored a study slamming the Senate immigration bill, is resigning, the conservative group said on Friday, after revelations he once wrote that Hispanic immigrants had a lower IQ than white Americans.
Judge Edward R. Korman said on Friday raw politics, not scientific evidence, was behind efforts by Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of health and human services, to block easier distribution to young girls.
The international food chain, based in Oak Brook, Ill, announced the Angus sandwich is being removed from the United States menu "to make room for new and exciting choices," a McDonald's Corp. spokesperson said.
While Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus have joyously returned to their families after being held in bondage in a Cleveland home for nearly a decade, a third victim also kept in captivity is refusing to see her family.
The Heritage Foundation author who’d Ph.D. dissertation claimed Hispanic immigrants have lower IQs than “white natives” has resigned from the organization following an outcry over his previous work.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has been buried in a cemetery in Virginia, angering some members of the Muslim community in the area who say they weren't consulted.
The grandson of slain civil rights activist Malcolm X was killed Thursday while on a trip to Mexico. Investigators are looking into the murder but so far the events that led to the young man's death are unclear.
It may have been "root, root, root for the home team" at a recent Fresno Grizzlies minor league baseball game, but one couple in attendance surely did not go home happy.
If you believe John Brennan, his display of nudity at the Portland International Airport was a protest of his right to free speech. The Transportation Safety Administration, however, does not quite see it the same way.
An alleged gang of cyber-criminals managed to steal $45 million within hours from thousands of ATMs by hacking into a database of prepaid debit cards and draining cash machines, said federal authorities on Thursday.
President Barack Obama launched a campaign to promote his signature healthcare program on Friday in the face of harsh criticism from congressional Republicans who say the plan will raise costs and hurt hiring.
The Pirate Bay has become the new repository for the 3D-printed gun blueprints now banned in the United States.