Tiger Woods‘ bid to win his fifth Masters and first major since 2008 suffered a blow today when the tournament Rules Committee hit him with a two-stroke penalty for a drop Friday on the 15th hole, but it wasn’t the knockout it could have been.... More »Tiger Woods Hit With 2-Stroke Penalty at Masters, But Not Disqualified
MOSCOW – Russia slapped sanctions on a pair of former top Bush administration officials, two former commanders of the Guantanamo detention center, and 14 other Americans in retaliation for a set of human rights sanctions the Obama administration imposed on a number of Russian citizens... More »Russia Bans Former Top Bush Admin Officials and Gitmo Commanders
The 1980s are fondly remembered for their blinding neon prints, crimped hair, video games, 8-track tapes, “The Breakfast Club.” But at its core, it was a decade devoted to creative experimentation, which gave birth to hip-hop, rap and pop. “People say that everything that happened... More »Run-D.M.C's Darryl 'DMC' McDaniels Reflects on '80s 'Walk This Way' Cover
San Diego Cops Are Working to Determine if Online Murder Confession is Real More »Police Investigate Reddit Murder 'Confession'
After battling breast cancer in 2008, Lisbeth Ceriani took on a whole new challenge. She joined a lawsuit against a biotechnology company she believed was blocking her ability to make informed decisions about her ongoing treatment.Myriad Genetics was awarded patents in the 1990s on two isolated genes called BRCA 1 and BRCA2 as well as diagnostic methods. Women with mutations in those genes are at a much higher risk for breast and ovarian cancer. Because of the patent, Myriad is the only place to go for testing, and it sets the $3,340 price tag. ... More »Can You Patent Human Genes?
Missile Interceptors in Alaska Responsible for Guarding U.S. Against Nukes More »If North Korea Nukes Are Fired, Alaska's Fort Greely Is Last Line of Defense
Inspector General: Contracting Controls Too Loose, Millions Could Go to Terror Groups More »US May Unwittingly Fund Terrorism in Afghanistan: Report
In a shocking revelation that’s sure to disappoint “Back to the Future” fans around the globe, an Iranian official has been forced to deny that an inventor from the Islamic nation has registered a “time machine” with the state. “Making scientific claims is free for... More »Iran: No, We Don't Have a 'Time Machine'
Teens' Interest in Facebook Has Taken a Dip, According to a New Analyst Report. More »Teens' 'Like' For Facebook on Decline, Says Report
Cops Believe Samuel Little, 72, Could Be Linked to Dozens of Cold Case Murders More »Alleged Serial Killer Suspected in Murders Nationwide
Long Island Woman Pretends to Have Cancer for 13 Months More »Woman Caught in Cancer Scam to Collect Money to Support Heroin Addiction
Jeri Wright Accused of Helping Ex-Police Chief in $1.25M Fraud Scheme More »Rev. Jeremiah Wright's Daughter Indicted for Alleged Money Laundering
What Happens to Your Google Account when you Die? A New Tool Lets You Decide. More »Google Inactive Account Manager: Decide What Happens to Your Account After You Die
Gladys Zimmerman and Martin's Family Wrote Letters to Mark Arrest Anniversary More »George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin's Family Clash on Arrest Anniversary
An Alaska Court Released 15 Hours of Jailhouse Interviews With the Serial Killer More »Serial Killer Israel Keyes Offered Two Bodies for a Cigar
Paralyzed Man's Eye Blinks Were Used to Identify Alleged Killer More »Ohio Judge Allows Blinking Testimony in Murder Trial
Report Shows Big Increase In Days Needed To Foreclose More »Real Estate Foreclosures: Florida Leads Nation
A Maine man who had been living as a hermit in the woods of Maine for the last 27 years has been arrested for burglary and theft. He is suspected of committing more than 1,000 burglaries over the last 27 years in order to sustain... More »Legendary 'Hermit Burglar' Arrested in Maine Woods
Thousands Flocking to DC to Demand Citizenship More »Rallies in DC, Across Country Urge Senators to Act on Immigration Overhaul
'I Felt Like a Cheap Whore,' Said Vincent Burroughs More »IRS Agent Seduced Me, Then Didn't Help Me With Audit, Oregon Man Claims
Anthony Weiner Got Caught Sending Sexy Pics, But Could Come Back to Win More »Anthony Weiner Could Win New York City Mayoral Election, Strategists Say
Investors who lost billions in Bernie Madoff’s infamous Ponzi scheme may be angry with securities regulators for failing to catch him during his decades-long crime, but a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the investors cannot sue them. The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld... More »SEC Not Liable for Missing Bernie Madoff Scheme: Court
Dylan Andrew Quick, 20, Is Accused of Attacking 14 People on the College Campus More »Texas College Stabbing Suspect Left 'Pieces of Blade' in at Least One Victim