Recent Event Highlights: Analysts: â€˜No Appetiteâ€™ for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Schools Crack Down on Cyberbullying, Home Sales Plummet 30%, BP Hires its Own Reporters to Cover Oil Spill, Verizon to Sell iPhone in 2011?, Media Questioning Al Gore Sexual Assault Accusations, and 429 more...
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Bangladeshi garment workers protest low wages and poor working conditions in factories that make clothing for major western companies.
U.S. existing home sales drop to their lowest levels since 2001, leaving analysts questioning whether the housing market can recover.
BP has enlisted their own reporters to cover the spill response efforts and tell the stories, which they say, go uncovered by the media. But are their views truly objective?
A recent study shows U.S. obesity rates are hitting dangerously high levels.
The official trailer for the final film in the Harry Potter saga was released on the Web Monday, and "muggles" are buzzing.
The Supreme Court rules a ban on handguns unconstitutional and extends the Second Amendment to the states, overruling some local gun laws.
U.S General Stanley McChrystal resigns as commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan after an article in Rolling Stone magazine.
Beautifulpeople.com, a dating site exclusively for attractive people, is stirring controversy over a new fertility service to create "the perfect gene pool."
The California legislature is debating turning license plates into digital advertisements to help raise revenue.
Chattanooga police officer Jim Daves received criticism for arresting a man who reportedly violated several traffic laws while rushing his wife to the emergency room.
A revolt of local Afghans in the town of Gizab in southern Afghanistan is being hailed by some as a â€˜milestoneâ€™ in the war.
Thousands came out for the opening of 'The Wizarding World of Harry Potter' at Universal Orlando. However, some say the theme park is too expensive.
A Dutch brewery's World Cup publicity stunt has created controversy. But "ambush marketing" seems to work, much to the dismay of its detractors.
International media are mostly skeptical about a fourth round of UN sanctions against Iran. This as Iran announces plans to build a new nuclear reactor.
Both the media and audiences are angry after Hilton posts a potentially pornographic image of teenaged Miley Cyrus. Could he face child pornography charges?
BP President Lamar McKay says the company will honor all viable damage claims, but wouldn't guarantee he would set up an escrow account.
Catch him if you can: Teenager Colton Harris-Moore has evaded police and even the FBI for two years while he steals everything from cars to private planes.
The Pope apologizes for the sexual abuse cases within the Church and promises to do 'everything possible' to prevent future abuse, but victims' rights groups aren't satisified.
New video footage heats up tensions surrounding the shooting of a Mexican teenager by a U.S. border patrol agent.
A security glitch on the AT&T website let hackers gain the e-mail address of over 100,000 iPad users. Many are wondering if Apple is also to blame for the problem.
China is defending its right to censor the Internet in a white paper document released on Tuesday.
An Arizona school mural set out to celebrate diversity and safety, but became a referendum on which race of child should be at the center of the mural.
Major conference realignment could happen this week. Confusing, confounding, and political, it could set off a series of dominoes that changes the college sports landscape.
Glenn Beck spoke to a crowd of conservative voters as CPAC's keynote speaker, criticizing both the Republicans and Democrats. Does this strategy help or hurt Republicans this fall?
America's first legal male prostitute is likening himself to Ghandi and Rosa Parks as a social pioneer.
A suburban Philadelphia school district stands accused of using school-assigned laptops to spy on students by remotely activating the webcam.
The stimulus bill has been in effect for over one year, and many Americans are still trying to figure out if it has done anything for them.
Bode Miller won the bronze medal in men's downhill skiing at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. After receiving a lot of negative press after the 2006 Winter Olympics, this year Itâ€™s more positive.
A confidential report says that French soldiers were used as guinea pigs after nuclear testing to study effects of radiation on the body and mind.
Hillary Clinton's calls for tougher sanctions on Iran have sparked worldwide opinions on the political motives of the United States.
President Obama's proposed bipartisan Health Care meeting is drawing debate from all sides. Does either side stand to gain from the meeting?
On the country's Revolution Day, President Ahmadinejad declared that Iran is able to develop nuclear weapons. But how credible is that claim?
Google's foray into the social networking market has met with mixed reviews. Can Google Buzz compete with Facebook and Twitter?
When the Super Bowl is all said and done, two things are remembered: the winner and the best commercial.
The Tea Party Movement hosted their first national convention on Saturday, raising questions regarding their political impact and staying power.
Members of Congress are calling for the Department of Homeland security to investigate allegations of discrimination against Federal Air Marshal supervisors.
The New Orleans Saints head to the Super Bowl for the first time in the team's history and revive the spirit of a city.
Americaâ€™s jobless rate has decreased to 9.7%. Economists weigh in on whether this is the beginning of the end of the recession, or just an aberration.
President Obama's budget proposal includes a plan to cut funding for the Constellation program to send man back to the moon.
MTV's The Jersey Shore broke network viewership records and set off a cultural phenomenon, but why did 4.8 million Americans tune in to a show many call offensive, racist trash?
A Japanese whaling vessel and a ship belonging to marine conservation group Sea Shepherd collided Wednesday, but who's to blame?
Winter weather is making headlines across the Northern Hemisphere as arctic temperatures blanket the U.S., and heavy snow brings the UK to a standstill.
As U.S. intelligence officials investigate the Christmas Day bombing attempt, analysts charge that lawmakers on both sides are politicizing the security debate.
Fallout continues after a U.S. federal judge dismissed charges against five Blackwater contractors.
For the first time, electronic readers outsold printed books on Amazon.com. Some are questioning whether books are becoming a thing of the past.
New Transportation Department regulations will impose stiff penalties on airlines that keep passengers on domestic flights waiting on a tarmac for longer than three hours.
The Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign faces unusual setbacks in the wake of tough economic times.
President Barack Obama gave no indication of support for a global deal by the U.S., and drew mixed reactions to his speech at the Climate Change Summit.
Porfirio Lobo is poised to become Hondurasâ€™ new leader. We look at controversy over his election and what it means for former president Manuel Zelaya.