Turkey's state-run news agency says police have raided homes in an Ankara neighborhood, detaining at least 15 people suspected of links to the Islamic State group as Turkey presses ahead with a major security sweep.
We've all seen men flaunting their "dad bods" online recently. The ones who look more like "Michelin" than "Marlboro" men. Now a new study confirms - fatherhood really does appear to cause weight gain!
The World Series of Bocce returned to the Toccalana Club on East Dominick Street in Rome for the 30th year, Thursday, in preparation for a weekend of family fun, and intense competition, and results are in!
Tennessee is pulling the plug on an anti-drunk driving campaign widely criticized as sexist and inappropriate. Tennessee has suspended a new anti-drunk driving campaign that some are calling insensitive, insulting and infuriating.
Marine veteran gives new home to bomb-sniffing dog he served with during his time in Afghanistan.It's been a couple of years since Lance Corporal Andrew Harmon returned from his tour of duty in Afghanistan, and a couple of years since he saw the dog who worked side by side with for seven months.
NEW YORK, NY - The executive committee of the Boy Scouts of America has unanimously approved a resolution that would end the organization's blanket ban on gay adult leaders and let individual scout units set their own policy on the long-divisive issue.
New Miss USA Olivia Jordan spoke of the need to discuss race relations en route to her pageant victory. Jordan, who's from Oklahoma, won the title during a pageant in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Sunday night.
When Army Sgt. Patrick Hart went to Canada a decade ago rather than serve in the war in Iraq, he expected to be welcomed the same way as thousands of American military war resisters during the Vietnam era.
A South Carolina House member who opposed the measure to remove a Confederate flag from the state Capitol grounds says he fears the move could be part of a regional or nationwide campaign targeting Confederate and Civil War-era history.
General Mills has vowed to remove all artificial colors and flavorings from their cereals, but that may be easier said than done. General Mills is dropping artificial colors and flavors from its cereals, the latest company to respond to a growing desire for food made with ingredients people see as natural.