Reality TV diva Omarosa Manigault is now an ordained minister.
Dozens of states are making moves to free themselves from the No Child Left Behind Act.
Cigarette manufacturers have a win in their lawsuit challenging a tough new label requirement.
The U.S. Senate will vote today on a Republican sponsored measure that would exempt employers from a rule requiring free birth control coverage in workplace health plans.
A Florida woman accused of setting fire to one of the oldest known cypress trees in the world is now out of jail after posting a 25-hundred-dollar bond.
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa expects Mitt Romney will wrap up the Republican presidential nomination on Super Tuesday.
Interpol goes after the hacking group Anonymous in a worldwide roundup dubbed operation "Exposure."
Confidential e-mail indicates prosecutors in the U.S. have drawn up secret charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
A new study casts doubt on the theory that religious people are less likely to suffer major depression.
Young people whose lifestyles revolve around the Internet have a number of mental advantages over people who are less digitally connected, a new study finds.
A Las Vegas woman pleads guilty to making a false bomb threat.
A golden collection of 15 iconic Oscar statues fetch for more than three-million dollars at auction.
A woman accused of staging fake funerals for fake people and defrauding insurers out of nearly one-million dollars has been convicted.
Federal authorities say they've shut down online gambling giant Bodog.com and have filed criminal charges against its owners.
Matt Kenseth takes the checkered flag at the 2012 Daytona 500.
A diet rich in seafood could help protect the brain from the effects of aging.
Police in Maryland's Prince George's County are searching for a man they say has robbed at least four banks in recent weeks.
A new report from Virginia shows a shelter run by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals kills 95-percent of the dogs and cats placed in its care.
Music legend Gladys Knight is one of the stars who will hit the dance floor on the upcoming season of "Dancing With The Stars." During the unveiling of the cast on ABC's "Good Morning America," she remarked that the Pips never let her dance.
A nationwide recall is being issued for birth control pills made by Glenmark Generics.
Singer and actress Jennifer Hudson is reportedly on the witness list for the trial of the man accused of killing her mother, brother and nephew in 2008.
Adam Sandler is setting a record of dubious distinction.
The black-and-white, silent film "The Artist" is the big winner at the 84th Academy Awards.
WikiLeaks is back in the spotlight again as it unleashes even more confidential communications.
Police are gathering evidence in a shooting at an Ohio high school.
Monika Washington Stoker will make history today when she becomes Commander of the USS Mitscher.
Ravi is charged with 15 counts of invasion of privacy, bias intimidation, and hindering apprehension.
The Virginia State Senate is putting the brakes on a bill that would give fertilized human eggs and embryos the same legal rights as fully formed people.
A Berkeley, California, man is dead and some residents say it's because police were focused on an Occupy march.
A global conflict has spilled into a Brooklyn supermarket.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police say a one-year-old boy has drowned in a church baptismal font.
A Food and Drug Administration panel is recommending full FDA approval of an experimental obesity drug.
Sources close to Whitney Houston's family say the late singer's 18-year-old daughter has problems that are "out of control" since her mother's sudden death less than two weeks ago.
The family of Yeardley Love is issuing a statement following the conviction of her ex-boyfriend George Huguely.
Two Kentucky strip clubs are headed to court after one club allegedly ran advertising claiming the girls working at the other club are ugly.
Several more U.S. Senate home offices have received mail containing a suspicious powdery substance.
A former Washington D.C. police commander says he was demoted because he spoke out about a police escort for actor Charlie Sheen.
Sony PlayStation's new handheld video gaming console hits shelves today.
Google is celebrating the 155th birthday of German physicist Heinrich Hertz today with a doodle in his honor.
Sales of existing homes continued to rise in January.
Former boxer Mike Tyson will soon bare his soul on the Vegas Strip.
The New York Police Department could be forced to pay a former Playboy model more than a million-dollars after she claimed she was roughed up by officers.
A New Mexico woman is scheduled to go to trial today over a two-dollar pumpkin.
Authorities are investigating following the discovery of eleven children living in dark, unsanitary conditions at a home in Liberty County, Texas late last month.
Walmart is reporting weaker-than-expected profits for the fourth quarter.
A new study indicates women who develop high blood pressure or diabetes while pregnant face an increased risk for heart disease later in life.
Grief counselors will be on hand all this week at Parkville Middle School in Maryland after the death of a 13-year-old student Saturday night.
A new program being launched this week allows teenagers to order free condoms through the mail.