A 24-hour strike in Portugal has grounded flights and halted public transport in protest against proposed austerity measures.
A woman who battered her 92-year-old grandmother to death after stealing her life savings has been jailed for a minimum of 22 years and six months.
A new statement from the Fed says the economy is on the upswing, and shouldn't be messed with.
Giada shows you how to make Prosciutto and Carrot Bundles, a great and easy-to-make snack for any occasion.
Romney has surrounded himself with neocon foreign policy advisers from Bush days and seems to make a gaffe in every international situation. Could FP do him in? Also joining the conversation are Christian Whiton, Imani Gandy, Matt Sky and Teddy Dooley.
The Fed, the IMF, the CBO and now Moody's ratings agency have issued a lot of dire warnings about the fiscal cliff that's coming in January. Is it real?
Arabs, Muslims, Sikhs and other minorities still have to fight discrimination while also proving their patriotism. A conversation on how life changed post-9/11. Guests include Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, Linda Sarsour, Moustafa Bayoumi, Dr. Seema Kaur Sidhu and Dominga Mallory.
Common Cause & Demos released a report called 'Bullies At The Ballot Box' calling out states that are the biggest bullies when it comes to taking away the right to vote. Is your state one of them?
There's a daily battle on city streets between drivers, bike riders and pedestrians. For everyone's sake, we need to rethink our rules of the road. Host Janet Varney looks for a solution with guests Jill Bencsists, Jennifer Beatty, Abby Bass and Daniel Milder.
Tests are being carried out on a sticky white wax that has been found on more than 100 seabirds washed up along England's south-west coastline.
Yahoo was awarded over $600 million in statutory damages in their case against Thai and Nigerian email scammers.
Hugh Grant has told the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics that the Mail on Sunday (MoS) may have hacked his phone.
The Reverend Ian Paisley is to step down from his ministry in the church he helped establish 60 years ago.
Tatiana Abramova, who experience hunger in Soviet Russia before immigrating to the United States, commends 50 cent on his work and discusses why child hunger is such an important issue.
You love cupcakes... you know you do. Everyone does. Well, almost everyone. But they aren't so good for you. In this edition of Creative Living, Brit shows us how to make great tasting cupcakes, but with healthier ingredients.
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