Archive for July, 2012
American swimmer Michael Phelps captured his record 19th lifetime Olympic medal, and the "Fab Five" U.S. women's gymnastics team captured the gold in a rout.
A 48-year-old professor accused of setting fires at the Southern California high school that his son attended prior to the boy's suicide was also planning to kill students and administrators at the school, authorities said Tuesday.
A passenger on an Air Canada flight found a sewing needle in a catered sandwich during a flight Monday, the airline said.
Six weeks after Digg was acquired by incubator Betaworks, a revamped Digg website and iPhone app have been released, one day ahead of schedule.
Mitt Romney's high-profile trip to England, Israel and Poland featured cheering crowds, iconic settings and forceful speeches, but may be remembered more for diplomatic gaffes.
Eight and a half years after his third wife was found dead in a bathtub, the murder trial of former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson is set to begin in earnest with opening statements Tuesday.
Congressional leaders agreed on a six-month bill to fund the federal government, preventing the political spectacle that would go with a showdown before the election.
Silas Redd, who last year racked up five consecutive 100-yard games as tailback for Penn State's Nittany Lions, is leaving the troubled team to head west.
How on earth could a teenage swimmer at her first Olympic Games knock five full seconds off her previous best performance? That's what has left so many people scratching their heads after watching China's Ye Shiwen smash the world record in the women's 400-meter individual medley.
Kristen Stewart is not alone...Showbiz Tonight counts down the top five female celebrities who have been caught cheating.