News »

1 thru 10 of 28053 Stories

Half-Millionaire Anti-Gay Bakers Explain Why They Won't Pay $135K Judgement

Oct 7
They're greedy and sticking to their anti-gay guns.

As Clinton Campaigns, Complications With Her Old Boss Arise

By Lisa Lerer and Kathleen Hennessey | Oct 7
As Hillary Clinton looks for ways to distinguish her ideas from those of President Barack Obama, the relationship between the man in the White House and the woman who hopes to replace him has grown increasingly complicated.

Woman Found After Actor Tweets About Her Lost Student ID

Oct 7
Tom Hank's tweet worked. A woman named Lauren who lost her Fordham student ID has been found.

Thousands Form Human Peace Sign to Honor John Lennon in NYC

By Verena Dobnik | Oct 7
Thousands of people joined Yoko Ono in Central Park on Tuesday to try to set a world record for largest group of human bodies forming a peace sign.

Chartreuse Deuce? Burger King's Halloween Whopper Turns Poop Green

Oct 7
According to various news reports, Burger King's Halloween Whopper, which debuted last week, is reportedly turning some people's poop green.

Supporters, Critics of Transgender Bills Clash at Boston Hearing

By Steve Le Blanc | Oct 7
Critics of Massachusetts proposals to extend non-discrimination protections to transgender people in restaurants, schools or any place that accommodates the public said the state should instead focus on the privacy rights of children and women.

Request for God's Mercy on Gay Marriage Lacking Amen

By Steve Megaree | Oct 7
A resolution asking God to have mercy on a Tennessee county for issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples apparently didn't have a prayer of being considered Tuesday.

New York Mayor, Who Worked for Clinton, Meets with Sanders

Oct 7
New York City mayor and former Hillary Clinton campaign manager Bill de Blasio has met with her rival Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

Round 2: Downstream South Carolina Towns Brace for Flooding

By Bruce Smith | Oct 7
Along South Carolina's coast, residents were preparing for a second round of flooding as rivers swollen from days of devastating rains make their way toward the Atlantic.

AP Investigation: Nuclear Smugglers Sought Extremist Buyers

By Desmond Butlervadim Ghirda | Oct 7
In the backwaters of Eastern Europe, authorities working with the FBI have interrupted four attempts in the past five years by gangs with suspected Russian connections that sought to sell radioactive material to Middle Eastern extremists

1 thru 10 of 28053 Stories