President Barack Obama's been in the bull's eye of Republicans and conservatives since 2008, but after Wednesday's hearing on last September's terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, many on the right are shifting their aim at former
The Wrigley Company is temporarily stopping production and sales of its controversial new caffeinated gum.
The move is in response to concerns from the FDA about the impact of caffeine on children and teens.
Wrigley says it is removing its
One of three women held captive in a Cleveland home said she was pregnant at least five times but was starved and punched until she eventually miscarried, according to an initial incident report obtained by CNN.
Britain's Prince Harry's six-day tour of the United States starts today (thursday). He is scheduled to start in Washington, DC. While there, he's expected to make stops at Capitol Hill and the British Embassy.
Three Marines, including the commanding officer of an infantry battalion, have been relieved of their duties in the wake of the death of seven service members killed during a mortar exercise accident in March, according to a statement from the Marines.
Colorado's state legislature passed a pair of measures Wednesday regulating the sale of legal marijuana, becoming the first state to pass bills dictating how the now-legal drug will be taxed and sold in stores.