IAEA: Secrecy Raises Fears of More Iran Atom Sites

Iran's belated revelation of a new uranium enrichment site raises concern about possible further secret nuclear sites, according to a U.N. nuclear watchdog report...

Millions Will Have to Repay Part of Tax Credit

More than 15 million taxpayers could unexpectedly owe taxes when they file their federal returns next spring because the government was too generous with...

Bill Clinton to Israel: Give Obama a Chance

Former President Bill Clinton yesterday said that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict could possibly be solved during President Barack Obama's tenure, and urged Prime Minister Binyamin...

New Vaccine May Help Smokers Quit

Mark Twain once said, "Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times." Why is it so difficult for people to cease smoking...

Giuliani: Palin is Great for the GOP

A prominent, socially moderate Republican said yesterday that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who has achieved iconic status with the Republican Party's conservative base,...

First U.S. Marijuana Cafe Opens for Business in Portland

Cancel your flight to Amsterdam - the U.S. just got its first marijuana cafe on Friday. Located in Portland, Ore., the Cannabis Cafe shows...

NJ: Ex-NJ Gov. McGreevey Training To Become Priest

Working on the weekend has taken on a new meaning for former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey. Five years ago, the controversial politician resigned...

NY: Governor Paterson Backs Off New License Plate Plan

The rallying cry of "no new plates" has apparently reached the ears of New York's top elected officials. Gov. David Paterson said yesterday that...

New Thrill Rides to join Cyclone, Wonder Wheel On Coney Island

Coney Island is in for a wild ride - and amusement operators are already lining up to grab the brass ring. The city's plan...

NYC Mayor Race Barely Over, 2013 Contenders Emerge

Campaign posters for Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his Democratic challenger can still be spotted around New York City. But the next class of potential...