Kansas City Star -
By MANYA A. BRACHEAR As Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney continues his drive to win his party's nomination, Mormons worry they could face a barrage of negative scrutiny, much like that which engulfed President Barack Obama's former church ...
Enlarge image Syria Syria Tomas Munita/The New York Times/Redux Members of the Free Syrian Army at the funeral for a fellow comrade in the Damascus suburb of Saqba on Jan. 27, 2012.
Philadelphia Inquirer -
By Jeff McLane INDIANAPOLIS - Like many, Kurt Warner didn't think much of Eli Manning when he first saw him play. And like many who slighted Manning because he played for the hated New York Giants, or because they thought he was treated like royalty ...
AP LAS VEGAS -- Carlos Condit earned the interim welterweight title and a match with champion Georges St. Pierre with a unanimous decision victory over Nick Diaz at UFC 143 Saturday night.
Times of India -
Tens of thousands of Russians defied bitter cold to demand fair elections in a march against Vladimir Putin's 12-year rule, while supporters of the prime minister staged a rival rally drawing comparable numbers.
New York Daily News -
By Barry Paddock / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Actress Demi Moore has reportedly checked into a Utah rehab clinic after her recent drug-induced collapse.