She and other conservatives have been "falsely accused of being [an] accessory to murder" in the wake of the Arizona shooting rampage, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee said on Fox News Channel's <em>Hannity</em...
Reports put the number killed at more than 40, possibly over 50. A suicide bomber struck at a police recruitment center. It's the worst such attack since last October.
A newly revealed 1997 letter from the Vatican tells Ireland's Catholic bishops not to report all suspected child-abuse cases to police because it would violate the church's canon laws, rejecting an Irish church initiative to begin helping...
The health law lays out a new and possibly less costly model to help health care providers care for patients and keep costs down. So just what are these Accountable Care Organizations and how would they work?
"I'll have to make a decision at some point whether or not I want to go for a transplant," Cheney said, "but we haven't addressed that yet."
He's retiring from Live! with Regis and Kelly.
Even though the act that set off the protests in Tunisia -- a young man's self-immolation -- has been repeated in Egypt and some other nations, this morning's conventional wisdom seems to be that other governments won't collapse.
First elected to the Senate in 1986, the 62-year-old Conrad is one of the longest-serving Democrats in the chamber -- and not having him on the ballot raises yet another challenge to his party's bid to hold its slim Senate majority.
Investors are digesting the news that CEO Steve Jobs is taking another health-related leave of absence.
Half of all Americans not old enough to qualify for Medicare have preexisting conditions that could make it harder to buy health insurance on the open market, a government analysis finds. The results are being used to defend health overhaul.