The NFL is defending Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to impose only a two-game suspension for Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice in connection with an offseason domestic violence incident.
Nine out of 10 parents admit that spanking their children is sometimes appropriate. This week, a New York court ruled in favor of a father charged with child abuse, saying that it was a “reasonable use of force.
The phrase “fasten your seatbelt” has never been sexier … at least for some people. Air New Zealand’s air safety video featuring swimsuit models is facing backlash for being sexist and has been pulled from flights. The airline claims the video was pulled because it completed its run.
Hillary Clinton conceded in a new interview that her recent comments about her wealth, or lack thereof, were "inartful." She said she should not have spoke about the family being "dead broke" when they left the White House.
We’re hearing for the first time from the sick teenager at the center of a custody battle with the state of Massachusetts. Justina Pelletier was placed under state care over a year ago during a dispute between her family and officials over her medical diagnosis.
Just days after a young man went on a killing spree, reportedly fueled by his anger toward women, there’s a renewed debate on gun laws and mental health treatment in America.
A middle school sex education book has some parents in Missouri outraged. The book called, “It’s Perfectly Normal,” is for kids 10 and up. It features cartoon illustrations of people involved in sexual acts.
The select committee on Benghazi will go forward thanks to a House vote on Thursday evening. Speaker John Boehner now has to select GOP members to fill out the panel that will investigate the 2012 Benghazi attack.
On Fox and Friends this morning, we heard the story of a teen who underwent open heart surgery at age 17 to treat a genetic defect passed on to him by his donor father. The case highlights the fact that sperm donors are not required to disclose genetic issues or report them to the sperm bank if they're diagnosed in the future.
Belgium has become the first country to allow euthanasia for terminally sick children. Will it become a new destination for death tourism of families whose kids are suffering?
New video shows Justin Bieber at a Miami police station taking a jailhouse sobriety test shortly after he was arrested on suspicion of DUI. The 19-year-old pop star appears to be walking a straight line. He would later test positive for marijuana and Xanax, but was not found to be legally intoxicated.
More details are trickling out each day about the extent to which Miami Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin was bullied by his teammates, reportedly led by fellow lineman Richie Incognito. Martin's attorney, David Cornwell, issued a statement Thursday night, explaining that "beyond the well-publicized voice mail with its racial epithet, Jonathan endured a malicious physical attack on him by a teammate, and daily vulgar comments."