Former Sen. Rick Santorum said during Sunday's Republican debate in Concord, New Hampshire, that President Barack Obama blocks federal funding for abstinence-focused programs. His comment repeated a similar statement during a January 2 speech in Iowa.
Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church, said Saturday that death threats and continued worldwide controversy about his selection contributed to his decision to retire in January 2013.
Luge is a dangerous sport in which accidents happen. That was the refrain from athlete after athlete when asked how they felt about the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili, who was killed when he flew off the Olympic track during training in Whistler on Friday.
With the financial industry meltdown hitting New York with full force and the ripple effects pounding the surrounding states, the Northeast has been feeling the pain of the economic crisis especially hard.
Voters shouldn't pick a presidential candidate on the basis of either "change rhetoric" or a yearning for the past, John Edwards says in an interview, seeking to draw clearer lines between himself and rivals
The South Carolina Republican Party will announce Thursday it is moving its primary to January 19, in an effort to preserve its status as the first southern state to vote in the 2008 GOP presidential nominating contest, party insiders told CNN.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP said Friday it will pay $225 million to settle a class-action case brought by investors in Tyco International Ltd. following the accounting scandal at the diversified manufacturer.
In 1986, Grace Corrigan watched along with the rest of the stricken nation as the space shuttle Challenger, carrying her daughter, Christa McAuliffe, and six other crew members, exploded in the blue skies over Cape Canaveral, Florida. Today, Corrigan keeps her daughter's dream of being the first teacher in space alive through her work at the McAuliffe Center.