Nurse Involved in Kate Middleton Hoax Call Dies

Kate Middleton's nurse dies after falling for phone prank.

U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.7 Percent

U.S. unemployment rate down; the lowest in nearly four years.

HIV/AIDS Risk Increasing For Young Black Men

Young, African-American men are at a high risk of contracting the HIV/AIDS virus.

US Slams Israel on New Settlement Plan

The Obama administration on Monday harshly criticized its top Mideast ally, Israel, over new settlement construction plans in areas the ...

Dallas Police Officer on Leave After Violent Rap

A Dallas police lieutenant is on administrative leave as officials investigate her side job as local rapper Lucille Baller, who ...

WTF! Man Arrested For Robbery Dressed as Madea

Man arrested in "Operation Madea" for robbery at various locations dressed as a woman.

NYPD Officer Buys Homeless Man a Pair of Boots

An NYPD officers purchased a pair of boots for a barefoot homeless man on a cold New York City night. ...

Teenager Killed Over Loud Music

By// Raven Craig Michael David Dunn, 45, was jailed Monday for shooting at a car full of teenagers after an ...

Native Americans Will Receive $3.4 Billion From Government

HELENA, Mont. — After nearly 17 years of courtroom arguments, congressional negotiations and Indian Country bickering, hundreds of thousands of ...

Daycare Owner Jessica Tata Found Guilty of Murder

By// Raven Craig Jessica Tata has been sentenced to 80 years in prison for the felony murder conviction of a child ...

Ad with cartoon president rejected in South Africa

South Africa's national broadcaster rejected an ad featuring a cartoon version of President Jacob Zuma.

Court strikes down college affirmative action ban

Michigan's ban on affirmative action in college admissions was declared unconstitutional Thursday by a deeply divided federal appeals court.

Obama blasts senators: ‘They should go after me’

The President accused two senators of lobbing outrageous criticism instead of confronting him over an attack on Americans in Libya.

Calif. City Plans to Provide Transgender Surgeries

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco is preparing to become the first U.S. city to provide and cover the cost ...

Hampden-Sydney College Reports Post-Election Racial Unrest

Officials say about 40 students at a small all-men’s college in Virginia shouted racial slurs, threw bottles and set off ...

Wash. Voters Legalize Recreational Pot Use

Recreational marijuana is legalized in Washington state.

Good news for coast: Nor’easter to weaken

Experts say a new storm that threatened cleanup efforts will be weaker than expected.

Video: Given 2nd term, Obama faces new urgent task

The president must work with Congress to tackle a crisis which could lead into recession.

N.J. extends email voting to Friday for displaced

New Jersey officials decided to give some voters extra time to cast election ballots due to Sandy.

Couple Encounters Romney-Prone Voting Machine

An electronic voting machine in Pennsylvania highlights Romney when Obama is selected.

Obama turns re-election prospects over to voters

President Barack Obama is extending congratulations to rival Mitt Romney "on a spirited campaign."