A couch potato’s dream — a magic pill that could mimic the benefits of exercising without ever having to leave the couch could soon be a reality.
“Dancing With the Stars” contestant Alek Skarlatos, best known for being one of three Americans who stopped a gunman on a Paris-bound train in August, says he would have been on the Oregon college campus at the time of Thursday’s shooting if it weren’t for his involvement in the popular ABC show.
Residents of a small community in Murray, Utah, are outraged after their homeowners association began fining them for flying American flags outside their homes.
The Vatican is confirming that the only “audience” the pope had while he was in Washington was with a former student and his family: Yayo Grassi, an openly gay Argentine who visited Francis with his longtime partner and some friends.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s younger brother is reportedly the latest high-profile victim of the August hack attack on AshleyMadison.com, being exposed as a paid user on the notorious cheating website.
Edward Snowden has gained more than 1.25 million followers since joining Twitter earlier this week, and the social networking site has made sure he’s aware of it. After failing to adjust the settings for his Twitter account, Mr. Snowden said he received dozens of gigabytes worth of alerts in his inbox.
Former secretary of state Colin Powell joked Wednesday that he remains in the Republican Party so he can continue to “annoy” ultraconservatives.
Kim Davis’ attorney is disputing the Vatican’s description and interpretation of her Sept. 24 meeting with Pope Francis.
The Vatican on Friday distanced Pope Francis from Kim Davis, the focal point in the gay marriage debate in the U.S., saying she was one of dozens of people the pope greeted in the U.S. and that their encounter “should not be considered a form of support of her position.”
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence had some apocalyptic words when asked about a possible Donald Trump presidency.