The Associated Press -
NEW YORK (AP) - Stepping into an emerging culture clash over women, President Barack Obama made a supportive phone call Friday to a law student who testified before Congress about the need for birth control coverage, only to be called a "slut" by Rush ...
USA TODAY -
By Jessie Halladay, The (Louisville, Ky.) Courier-Journal LOUISVILLE, Ky. - At least 17 people were killed in southern Indiana and Kentucky after a series of fierce storms carved a path of destruction through the Midwest on Friday.
By Paul Steinhauser, CNN Political Editor (CNN) -- Forty delegates are up for grabs when Washington state holds its Republican presidential caucuses on Saturday, but much more than that -- a quick shot of momentum going into Super Tuesday is also at ...
By Ellen Pollock on March 02, 2012 Now that the hoopla around the Oscars is settling down, Hollywood is getting ready for its next big spectacular–the March 23 opening of The Hunger Games.
New York Times -
During the past three seasons, while the National Football League has been changing rules and levying fines in an effort to improve player safety, members of the New Orleans Saints' defense maintained a lucrative bounty system that paid players for ...
Los Angeles Times -
The 2008 animated film "Horton Hears a Who" fared somewhat better than the live-action versions of 2000's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (a box-office hit) and 2003's widely panned "The Cat in the Hat.