Anybody who has a long daily commute knows the frustration of sitting in traffic with nothing to do but wait. Now, a study suggests that long commutes can take away more than just precious time - they also negatively impact your fitness and health.
One in six cancer cases worldwide are caused by infections, many of which are preventable or treatable, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal The Lancet Oncology.
A few months after four East Haven police officers were arrested for allegedly targeting and harassing Latinos, Connecticut's state legislature passed a bill Monday to beef up safeguards against racial profiling.
Your First Amendment rights are probably the last thing you think about when you click the Like button on Facebook.
John Travolta's lawyer has spoken out about a sexual battery and assault lawsuit launched at the actor by a masseur listed only by the name of "John Doe."
Not only do most mothers of overweight children not recognize that their child is a bit chubby, they think they're at the perfect weight.
Federal drug regulators on Tuesday affirmed landmark study results showing that a popular HIV-fighting pill can also help healthy people avoid contracting the virus that causes AIDS in the first place. While the pill appears safe and effective for prevention, scientists stressed that it only works when taken on a daily basis.
A northern Michigan teen put together one sweet prom dress, thanks to the help of classmates who collected thousands of Starburst wrappers for her
Police in Nassau County have arrested 45-year-old Catherine Scalia after detectives say she was offering up more than kraut and relish from her roadside hot dog truck.
The wife of a New Jersey roofer who helped save a co-worker who had fallen 40 feet into a vat of acid says her husband is doing fine and is downplaying his role in the rescue.
Senate Republicans on Tuesday blocked a bill aimed at extending low interest rates for student loans, signaling the possibility of a protracted congressional battle over a measure lawmakers in both parties agree should ultimately be passed.
A graphic video played at a hearing Monday to determine whether two California police officers should stand trial in the beating death of a homeless man showed them kicking and punching the mentally ill man as he lay on the ground -- screaming in pain and begging for help.
A man traveling with his 4-year-old son claims he didn't know that the three stuffed animals his little boy put on a conveyor belt at T.F. Green International Airport in Providence, Rhode Island, contained parts that could be assembled into a loaded handgun, the Transportation Security Administration says.
Since Santorum suspended his campaign on April 10th, aides to him had said the former senator would eventually endorse Romney despite their bitter primary battle because he wanted to do whatever he could to help defeat President Barack Obama in the general election.
The re-election team announced Tuesday that the ads will run in Colorado, Nevada and Florida, three battleground states with lots of Spanish speaking voters that both Democrats and Republicans are likely to heavily court ahead of November's presidential election.
Clinton appeared without makeup, except lipstick, wearing thick rimmed glasses during a recent news conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh as part of a trip to promote democracy abroad.
Last month the RNC announced 6 state-level Hispanic outreach directors in Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, Nevada, North Carolina and Virginia.
The Romney campaign also used Clinton references on a campaign conference call before the candidate's speech.
Obama unveiled the list of five proposals, all previously addressed by the current White House, while encouraging members of Congress to take "bold action."
Military assistance, coupled with financial and oil sanctions passed by the U.S. and the European Union, would cripple the Iranian economy, Biden promised.