Radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri arrived early Saturday in New York after losing a years-long legal battle in Britain to avoid extradition to the United States to face a myriad of terror charges, officials said.
An increase in the number of brazen laser attacks on planes in the U.S. has reached an "epidemic level." According to a FBI blog post, the number of incidents is projected to reach 3,700 by the end of this year, compared to just 283 in 2005, a rise of more than 1,100 percent. Last year, there were 3,592 reported laser incidents, said the FAA.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney sparred in their weekly addresses Saturday over whose vision and policies are best for the country
President Barack Obama's campaign raised $181 million in September, out-raising by far its previous monthly record, the campaign said in online posts Saturday.
President Barack Obama's campaign on Saturday released their second television ad which argues Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was dishonest at Wednesday's debate and in one of his own television ads.
A new television ad from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney features the owner of a small business Romney visited the day after he announced Rep. Paul Ryan would join his ticket.
Head down, look straight ahead. Ear buds in, volume off. Don't make eye contact unless you need to. You're not in a known drug zone, or the sketchy part of town. This is simply how many women steel themselves when walking down a city street in broad daylight. Why? Because many women, regardless of age, weight, or appearance, say they've heard something along the lines of, "Hey baby, you want some of this?" or, "I like what I see." While some men might consider those statements to be compliments, to others, they are a threat.
Romney distorts truth on green jobs, says Van Jones, President Obama's former green jobs advisor.