A law firm suing California bishops for the records of priests accused of sexual abuse released its own report Tuesday alleging more than 200 clergy in the San Francisco Bay Area it says are accused of misconduct
The Biebers are gearing up for some BABY MAKING! The couple plans to find a house that will be the perfect place for them to start their family…so two will becoming three VERY soon…i’ve got the inside scoop coming up so stick around.
Lakers guard Rajon Rondo ripped into Chris Paul's "good guy" image on Tuesday after the NBA handed him a three-game suspension for his role in Saturday's brawl with Paul and the Rockets.
Hurricane Willa is roaring into a set of Mexican islands holding a prison colony and is headed for an afternoon collision with a stretch of Mexico's Pacific coast
The new superintendent of Yellowstone National Park says he won't consider capping the number of visitors to the nation's first national park, which is on pace to attract more than 4 million visitors for the fourth consecutive year
Police in Alaska say no charges will be filed against an armed, suicidal man who was parked in a vehicle with a woman for hours outside a hospital before he was detained
A defense lawyer says a Michigan state trooper charged with murder in the death of a Detroit boy fired his Taser because he feared the 15-year-old would pull a weapon while joyriding on an all-terrain vehicle
Organic foods have been linked to a lower risk of cancer, according to a team of researchers from several French institutions. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.
Even though Ariana and Pete’s break up seemed like it came out of left field…we’re learning that we really shouldn’t have been surprised…new reports have come out that claim Pete simply was not the right person to be there for Ariana after Mac’s death. We have all the details coming up in just a sec.
Arsenal fan Zito Madu from SB Nation talks to Planet Futbol's Luis Miguel Echegaray about Arsenal FC and whether or not they can keep up this strong play throughout the season.
Nearly 900,000 people in Texas' capital may have to boil their tap water for two weeks as officials struggle to treat a water supply filled with silt, mud and debris after heavy rains and flooding