If you want to know whether a man is attracted to you, just listen to the tone of his voice, according to a new U.K. study.
Peter Bergen and Emily Schneider say a new report counts the number of militants fighting for jihad worldwide. Verdict? It's a relatively small number
No charges will be filed in the case involving a woman who nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with chemicals at a Utah restaurant.
Ride-sharing companies Uber, Lyft and Sidecar are being threatened with legal action in San Francisco and Los Angeles over how they screen drivers and charge passengers.
The Connecticut Department of Labor has ordered Mystic Pizza, made famous by the 1988 Julia Roberts movie of the same name, to pay 110 employees more than $105,000 in wages for being paid less than minimum wage or not receiving overtime pay.
Dr. Richard Sacra, having returned home to Holden, Ma. after recovering in Nebraska, said he had 'counted the cost' of contracting the deadly virus.
Militants aligned with ISIS have launched a brutal offensive in Afghanistan alongside Taliban fighters that has left more than 100 people dead.
ABINGDON, Va. — William Carr believes he can be the conservative voice for Virginia’s 9th congressional district.
Many Massachusetts households are going to see their electric bills shoot up 37 percent this winter, a rate increase that some advocates fear will put additional strain on low-income families.
Thousands of sex toys seized by the Kansas Department of Revenue are about to hit the auction block.
The shaving cream-like substance will not be appearing— let alone vanishing — in the domestic league of the champions Germany.
Newly launched airstrikes in Syria are only one piece of the puzzle in the United States' war against the Islamic State, as the military prepares to launch a complex operation to train and arm Syrian rebels.
A celebrated portrait by Edouard Manet of a Parisian actress in a fancy dress and bonnet is heading to auction and could be a record sale for the artist.
The town's police department is investigating a Friday morning armed robbery.
Traditionally, you wouldn't gift someone a rat -- not someone you like, anyway. And even if a gift-wrapped rodent was in the cards, you'd likely shy away from the giant African pouched rat, which -- as the name suggests -- is rather large (think cat-sized).