The Organization of American States -- which dates back to 1948 and now includes all 35 nations of the Western Hemisphere -- increasingly has become a thorn in the side of U.S. policy and a flashpoint for hawkish members of Congress who assail its allegedly "feckless" leadership.
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, launching a rare challenge against the CIA, claimed Tuesday that the agency may have committed a crime by allegedly spying on committee staffers.
Obama delivers both jabs and a plug for the law in an episode of comedian Zach Galifianakis’ mock-interview show.
The best hot rod in America is Canadian.
For a moment back in 1973, Lyn Christopher got a glimpse of the life that aspiring pop singers dream of.
Sen. Grassley says the program for foreign students is out of control and he is calling for a moratorium.
The increasingly arrogant pop prince Justin Bieber took bratty to a whole new level in a four-and-a-half hour deposition video recorded last week in Miami after one of his bodyguards was accused of roughing up a photographer.
Two central Florida teenagers are accused in a throat-slashing attack on the mother of one of the teens.
Everyone's heard of medication that can improve your sex life (hello, Viagra!), but some drugs can actually quash it.
The 16-year-old ‘Duck’ heiress is famous for putting her faith first.
D.C. Democratic Mayor Vincent Gray knew about an illicit “shadow campaign” that boosted his 2010 election run, federal prosecutors said Monday, a startling revelation in the years-long federal investigation into the off-the-books campaign activity. Gray has steadfastly denied such knowledge.
Late Monday, the House Energy and Commerce Committee said it would launch an investigation into the slow recall and hold hearings.
Individuals in Mexican military uniforms drew their guns on a U.S. border agent earlier this year after having crossed the southwestern border into Arizona, a U.S. senator claimed, raising concerns once again that Mexican officials are illegally crossing into the U.S. and, worse, potentially aiding the drug cartels.
Malaysian police said Tuesday that one of the passengers who used a stolen passport to board a Malaysian Airlines flight that disappeared early Saturday morning was an Iranian man seeking asylum in Europe.
A group of passengers suing Carnival Corp. for damages after sailing on the ill-fated Carnival Triumph cruise ship that drifted at sea for days are asking the company to pay $5,000 a month for the rest of their lives for medical and mental problems.
Authorities are hoping a $20,000 reward will bring in the tip they need to locate a missing Camden toddler, who disappeared March 1.
The search area for a missing jetliner expanded on Tuesday with Malaysian Airlines saying the western coast of the country is now the focus of the hunt, as China deployed 10 satellites to help in the massive multinational effort to find the Boeing 777.
There was no immediate announcement of when the game would be made up.
Ukrainians in the Kherson province just north of Crimea say Russian operatives have moved into the territory, an incursion which, if true, could show Vladimir Putin has more than just the Black Sea peninsula in his sights.
Immigration reform may be stalled in Congress, but a new Obama administration policy is extending legal status and military benefits to thousands of illegal immigrants who are the spouses, parents and children of American military members.