In his first public address since being elected president of Iran on Friday, Hassan Rowhani says he wants his country to be friends with the U.S. again, but not if that means giving in to what the U.S. actually wants from them.
Barack Obama made his second visit as a sitting president to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to talk about serious topics (Libya, Iraq, Osama bin Laden) and also goof on the Republican presidential candidates.
A 27-year-old teacher and a 18-year-old college student were saved from the wreckage of collapsed buildings on Wednesday, more than 60 hours after the 7.2 earthquake that leveled parts of Turkey.
In news that will shock almost no one currently trying to occupy Wall Street, a new government report shows that the income of the top 1% is larger than ever and continuing to grow.
The NBA will reportedly cancel two more weeks of the upcoming regular season as the ongoing lockout continues to drag on with no end in sight
A summary of the best reads behind the paywall of The New York Times.
A new YouTube ad put together by the Herman Cain campaign has quite a few people scratching their heads.
If the Occupy Wall Street protests are aiming to take down the "1 percent" of Americans who control the biggest chunk of of our nation's wealth, perhaps they need to redirect their efforts to somewhere other than Wall Street.
At least 239 people were killed and more than 1,000 were injured in this weekend's earthquakes in Turkey, as rescue teams continue to dig through the rubble in the hope of finding more survivors.
Human Rights Watch has discovered the bodies of 53 people, believed to be supporters of former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, that appear to have been executed approximately one week ago.
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