New York Congressman Anthony Weiner admitted to sending lewd photos over Twitter and then lying about it. Questions remain whether his political career can survive the scandal.
Last month, for the first time, a majority of Americans polled by Gallup said they were in favor of legalizing gay marriage.
Golden Girl, pop-culture icon and soon-to-be nonagenarian, Betty White, is loving life.
The food pyramid is crumbling, as the USDA is going to stop using it as a guide for healthy eating. Instead, they're replacing it with a food plate.
Congressman Anthony Weiner says hackers are responsible for the lewd photo sent via his Twitter account, but there are politics and technology stories behind the scandal.
Economists were optimistic at the start of this year, expecting huge growth. Now, another round of bad economic news has sent stocks tumbling again.
Google announced that hundreds of Gmail accounts, including accounts owned by government officials and political activists, have been hacked.
Some 1.5 million homes are sitting vacant in the United States, shaking confidence and changing the landscape throughout the country.
Fabrice Tourre, a mid-level Goldman Sachs employee, is the only person on Wall Street to have been sued because of the financial crisis. Is he a test case or a scapegoat?
A video of a 13-year-old boy being brutally killed and brutalized has raised outrage and ignited more protests in Syria calling for regime change.