A college football star's confession suggests more athletes should break gay stereotypes. "Doesn't mean you can't go out there and go just as hard as anybody else, if not harder," Grayson says.
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The remarkable story of how a Bangladeshi woman survived a building collapse and defied the odds.
A lack of parenting has caused gun-related violence among young children, not guns themselves.
The fast food chain is taking advantage of Berry's reappearance by tweeting about Charles Ramsey, the man who saved her and mentioned he was eating McDonald's when he heard her screams.
How one pregnant woman was criticized an eventually canned for using the bathroom during work hours.
Growing tensions in the Bangladeshi government has prompted violent protests by Islamists, and the violence will not stop anytime soon.
There is a high likelihood of another Democratic victory in Massachusetts.
The final stages of the new skyscraper replacing the destroyed World Trade Center buildings speak volumes for progress in the post 9/11 era.
Three new unidentified suspects are in custody and may have ties to the bombings.
Americans don't celebrate May Day, but the worker's holiday was born in the U.S. We should all be more aware of it.
The European Union recently instituted a 2-year moratorium on pesticides following evidence linking them to a decrease in the bee population. The U.S. needs to quickly follow their example.
Another absurd GOP fueled conspiracy theory against President Obama.
From food to animals, all sorts of odd items have been victim to smuggling attempts through customs across the globe.
A Boston mosque has refused to give the Boston Marathon bombing suspect a religious funeral. They made the right decision.
A new suspect has been identified in the ricin letter case with an extensive criminal background. Unfortunately, authorities may not have substantial leads.
Due to a simple mispelling of his name on flight records, the Tsarnaev brother managed to travel to Russia without notice by the FBI.
Several tragic events last we have brought Americans together.
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is already claiming that the flawed immigration system indirectly caused the Boston Marathon bombings. Problem is, there's no evidence for that.
Two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings have been identified and may be Chechen terrorists.
Obesity is becoming an epidemic in the nation. Why won't policymakers make this a top priority?
While there is a strong possibility for substantial progress, the next hurdle Senate Democrats and the Obama administration will have to face is appealing to conservative House members.
Events across the country have joined together in paying tribute to the Boston Marathon tragedy.
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the border of Iran and Pakistan on Monday, killing scores. The region sits on a major fault line.
Analouisa Valencia may pave the way for more LGBT rights in the conservative state.
Marco Rubio is a rising star in the GOP, but his support on immigration reform may lead to his demise for a 2016 presidential nomination.