Articles By Melanie Jones
Mitt Romney calls his wife Ann "the heavyweight champion of my life" -- and for good reason. While she may not have been very visible on the campaign trail so far, her ability to connect with the average voter may give the U.S. presidential candidate his best chance to win the general election.
Fans of "Downton Abbey" will have to wait several months for the addictive drama to return to the screen, leaving unanswered questions and only a few spoilers to tide viewers over. Until then, however, check out these television shows, mini-series and films that will help with the wait until Season Three.
Liam Neeson has confirmed that he will return for Christopher Nolan's final Batman film. Speculation continues, however, as to whether his role will be limited to flashbacks or feature a true return of the character from the dead.
Dongyang, in the Zhejiang province of China, boasts one of the most unique delicacies to still be consumed in modern times: "virgin boy eggs," hard-boiled eggs soaked and boiled in the urine of boys under the age of ten.
The convicted sex offender and child killer was executed Wednesday for the murder of 10-month-old Karlos Borja, but Hernandez's death is really making headlines for his last words: a shout-out to his favorite football team.
Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton say Sanford police came to them after Trayvon was killed and told them he attacked Zimmerman twice before he was shot. Following the release of a tape that shows Zimmerman completely unharmed from the allegedly vicious attack, Martin's parents continue to assert ...
Season Two of the hit series returns to HBO on April 1, promising more sex, violence, intrigue and backstabbing than ever before. Refresh your memory of Season One before the Sunday premiere by watching the most shocking, exciting and tragic moments in the series so far here, from Viserys getting his "golden crown" to the betrayal of Ned Stark and his ultimate death.
Stephenie Cutter, a top aide in Obama's re-election campaign, lashed back at GOP candidate Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich for their assertion that Obama had played the race card in his commentary on the Trayvon Martin case, calling their reactions "abysmal" and "despicable" and accusing them of being the truly divisive politicians in the case.
Johnson and his partners are buying the Los Angeles Dodgers from owner Frank McCourt for a record $2 billion, yet another chapter in the life of a perennial comeback kid and a sign that the Dodgers are in good hands. Take a look back at Johnson's tumultuous but ultimately legendary career in our timeline of the American icon here, and see how his struggles in the past could help the L.A.
Rivera has issued a public apology through POLITICO for saying that Martin's hoodie was "as much to blame" for the 17-year-old's death as the actual shooter, George Zimmerman. Even within his official backtrack however, Rivera continues to assert that the idea Martin was "as...