Roseanne Barr fired off a round of profanity strewn tweets taking aim at Hollywood executives and Anderson Cooper.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, embattled over glitch-plagued HealthCare.gov, is suggesting some standard holiday shopping tips for Americans trying to buy insurance on the website.
Basketball great Michael Jordan is set to become a father again. He and wife of seven months Yvette Preito have confirmed they are expecting a child.
Lawyers for a Mexican cartel enforcer suspected of killing thousands of people in Juarez and now facing trial here for the murder of Americans hope to free him with claims police south of the border tortured him before handing him over to U.S. authorities.
A Pennsylvania man reportedly bagged the largest recorded black bear of the season when he successfully took it down with two shots fired from his deceased father’s rifle.
Garth Brooks may have been married to Trisha Yearwood for almost 13 years but he still sounds like a gushing newlywed when discussing her.
As tensions flare over Beijing’s newly declared air defense zone, U.S. airlines are being advised to comply with China’s demand that it be told of any flights passing through the disputed area.
Pennsylvania State Police say a 97-year-old woman was killed in what appears to be a home invasion and robbery in Luzerne County.
A shark killed a teenager off Australia's east coast Saturday in the nation's second deadly attack this month, police said.
David Beckham was forced to perform a humiliating sex act while looking at a photo of soccer legend Clayton Blackmore during a bizarre homoerotic hazing ritual, the soccer star admits in a new documentary.
Guess who Jennifer Aniston celebrated Thanksgiving with? You'll never guess - pop singer Ed Sheeran.
The Montana attorney general's office on Friday asked the state Supreme Court to throw out a 30-day sentence given to a teacher who raped a 14-year-old girl, saying the punishment was illegally lenient.
President Obama's healthcare rollout re-do is headed for a crucial test Saturday and there's a lot on the line. If the federal healthcare.gov website doesn't deliver, the president's credibility, political support and fate of his landmark health care law could be in jeopardy. If the site is able to recover from its disastrous Oct. 1 rollout, it will go a long way is restoring confidence in the program.
A Northern California teen who was set on fire on a bus in what authorities believe is a hate crime says the 16-year-old accused of the attack shouldn't be charged as an adult.
Authorities say a plane carrying a reported 10 people crashed Friday night near the western Alaska village of Saint Mary's.
Members of a Mormon congregation in a Salt Lake City suburb encountered someone they thought was a homeless man at church on Sunday. What they did not know was the man was a bishop for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
In the rush to catch their flights, airline passengers left more than $500,000 behind at security checkpoints in each of the past two fiscal years, according to data released by the Transportation Security Administration.
A state legislator wants to make desecration of Utah's natural geologic wonders punishable by prison and a heavy fine because authorities aren't finding a charge serious enough to use in the case of two former Boy Scout leaders accused of toppling one of the unique rock formations at Goblin Valley State Park.
A police helicopter crashed into a bustling pub in Glasgow, Scotland late Friday night, causing numerous injuries as emergency crews desperately raced to remove an unknown number of people trapped inside the shaky building.
North Korea state media said Saturday that an elderly U.S. tourist detained for more than a month has apologized for alleged crimes during the Korean War and for "hostile acts" against the state during a recent trip.