The final two Democratic holdouts have been brought on board by eliminating the public option and making pork barrel promises.
Iran’s most senior dissident cleric who accused the government of being a dictatorship died today after 25 years under house arrest.
The number of executions in the U.S. has dropped for the seventh straight year while more defendants are exonerated by DNA evidence.
The East Coast snow storm has authorities scrambling to free up resources to save Christmas (shopping).
States are unable to investigate fraudulent federal stimulus spending due to layoffs in auditor and legal offices caused by the recession.
World leaders left the Copenhagen conference before signing an agreement that would obligate countries to reduce emissions.
Large concessions were made to get the most conservative Democratic Senator on board with healthcare legislation to be unveiled today.
The Department of Homeland Security is studying physical characteristics like strained facial expressions that could betray malintent.
Iranian soldiers took an Iraqi oil well on Thursday night long enough to evacuate Iraqi workers and hoist Iran’s flag inside the well.
Scientists have created synthetic red blood cells that can effectively carry oxygen as well as medicine throughout the body.
A new study indicates that drinking dark liquors like Bourbon is more likely to give you a nasty hangover than clear liquors such as Vodka.
Scientists may have discovered a batch of the mysterious dark matter which makes up 95% of the universe in—Minnesota. Where else?
Some 100 Guantanamo inmates are scheduled to be relocated to an empty prison in the rural town of Thompson, Illinois raising several legal questions.
France has fined Google $14,000 per day until extracts of French books are removed from Google’s online book-digitization project.
Seven more banks have been closed by regulators as mortgage lenders suffer plummeting real-estate prices that will likely cause more banks to close in the future.