Firefighters battling a two-day-old wildfire near Los Angeles were enjoying "favorable conditions" Saturday as the return of cool ocean breezes promised to weaken a firestorm that burned 28,000 acres and still threatens 4,000 homes, a
Wayne LaPierre, the nation's most visible gun-rights advocate, rallied supporters on Saturday for a renewed fight against gun control, saying membership is up since the Newtown massacre, and calling the effort to stop new limits a "lon
PepsiCo is ending its relationship with rapper Lil Wayne over what the company calls an "offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon" -- 14-year-old Emmett Till, who was killed nearly 60 years ago.
Hearing explicit lyrics is nothing new to fans of New Orleans rapper Lil’ Wayne. However, Pepsi decided he went too far with a recent reference to a civil rights martyr, so they dropped his endorsement deal.
Within minutes of the National Rifle Association's opening forum at their annual meeting this weekend, the group's leaders went after gun control proposals and advocates who sought to expand tougher firearm laws following the deadly New
Two years into the civil war that has become Syria's nightmare, U.S. President Barack Obama is still reluctant to commit himself to ending the carnage or even enforce his own warning about chemical weapons.