Hawaii Republican Caucus Results 2012: Where To Watch Live
Find out when to look for the results of the 2012 Hawaii Republican caucus, where to watch on TV and online and how to follow the race on Twitter, by scrolling through the information below. This is Hawaii's first binding presidential caucus, and primary candidates Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul are all eager to pick up support from eager GOP voters.
Afghanistan Shooting Timeline: What's Really Happening At Joint Base Lewis-McChord?
Joint Base Lewis-McChord has once again come under media and military scrutiny after a rogue soldier from that base murdered 16 civilians in southern Afghanistan on Sunday. With some of the most notorious cases in recent military history all centered on this base and its veterans, officials would do well to look closer at what really goes on inside the military base.
Joseph Kony 2012 Campaign Now Most Successful Viral Video In History
Kony 2012, a 30-minute documentary produced by Invisible Children, hit YouTube on March 5. Six days later, amid controversy regarding the claims made in the video about Joseph Kony and the nonprofit's methods, over 100 million people have seen Kony 2012, which makes it the most successful viral video in Internet history.
Eric Salvatierra Killed By Caltrain: How Did PayPal Executive Die?
The man killed on the Caltrain tracks in Menlo Park on Friday has been identified as 39-year-old Eric Salvatierra, a vice president at PayPal. The circumstances of his death, however, and rising suicide rates for the railroad company, may indicate that the victim, whom relatives insist was never visibly upset, may have taken his own life.
7 Terrifying New Species Straight Out Of A Sci-Fi/Fantasy Nightmare [PHOTOS]
In honor of the spider invasion currently taking over Australia, check out 7 recently discovered species of plants, animals and fungi that seem straight out of a sci-fi/fantasy nightmare, whether it be giant leeches like those in Stephen King's IT to spiders whose webs put Shelob of The Lord of the Rings to shame.
Trouble For Apple's iPad 3? Analysts Warn Of Tablet Shortage Due To Retina Display
One of the biggest selling points for the newest Apple iPad (previously called the iPad 3) is its impressive new Retina display. Display analyst NPD DisplaySearch, however, has voiced concerns that the amped-up panels are too difficult to manufacture, and that even if enough are produced, their quality might end up being sub-par.
Who Is Stacie Halas? 6 Things To Know About Alleged Porn Star Tiffany Six
Stacie Hallas, a middle school science teacher, may have been living a double life as Tiffany Six, a porn star in several graphic videos online. Here's everything we know so far about the Halas-Six case, from how the story broke to whether Halas can be fired for her Tiffany Six persona.
Stacie Halas: 'Tiffany Six' Not First Time Haydock Intermediate School Sex In The News
Teacher Stacie Halas has been placed on administrative leave after school officials found she had appeared in videos under the name Tiffany Six. But this isn't the first time Richard B. Haydock Intermediate School, where Halas taught, was caught up in a scandal: in 2010, two students were caught having oral sex in a full classroom--and some of the other students allegedly taped it.
Daylight Savings Time 2012: 7 Tips To Cope With The Time Change
For those dreading to spring forward routine beginning on March 8, here's everything you need to know to help you adjust to Daylight Savings Time 2012, from what food and drinks to avoid to how some of the best tips for getting your body's circadian rhythm back on track.
Daylight Savings Time 2012: Should The U.S. End DST? [POLL]
Daylight Savings Time 2012 means longer days and some few sunlight. It also means a lot of sleepy, grumpy people adjusting to their new schedule and calling for change. Does the practice of Daylight Savings Time need to stop? Should it continue year-round? Or is it just fine the way it is? Vote in our poll to let us know.
International Women's Day 2012 Google Doodle: 5 Things To Know About Google Tribute [VIDEO]
International Women's Day 2012, on March 8, marks the 101st time the international holiday has been celebrated, a tribute Google looks to honor with its latest Google Doodle. From what this year's design means to what the founder of the International Women's Day web site thinks of tributes like the Doodle, here are five things to know about the 2012 tribute.
Woody Allen To Star As Pimp In 'Fading Gigolo' With Sofia Vergara Of 'Modern Family'
Allen is set to star in indie comedy Fading Gigolo, the story of two older men who decided to go into the gigolo business together while hiding their enterprise from the hasidic Jewish community in which they live, while Modern Family star Sofia Vergara and Sharon Stone are slated play their clients.
Peyton Manning Cut From Colts: Manning, Jim Irsay Cry At Press Conference [VIDEO]
Peyton Manning's legendary run with the Indianapolis Colts ended today at a press conference where both Manning and team own Jim Irsay said a tearful goodbye to their 14-year partnership (watch here). I've been a Colt for almost of my adult life, Manning said, choking up. But I guess in life and in sports we all know that nothing lasts forever.
Ron Paul's Super Tuesday Speech: 'No Army Can Stop An Idea!'
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, spoke to supporters in Fargo, N.D., as results began coming in from Super Tuesday primaries. Get a transcript of his rousing speech here, and watch video of his appearance in North Dakota. The cause of liberty is on a roll, let me tell you that, Paul said. Tonight we're going to send a very loud message to the rest of the country.
Super Tuesday Ohio Primary Results: Mitt Romney Wins, but What Does It Mean?
Mitt Romney has won the 2012 Ohio Republican primary, passing Rick Santorum by an incredibly slim margin to take the state after a tight race between the two candidates. But what does the victory say about how Romney's campaign strategy appealed to voters in Ohio, and how many delegates the win will net him for Super Tuesday?
Super Tuesday Ohio Primary Results 2012: Where To Watch Live
Find out when and where to watch the Ohio Republican primary results on TV and online and how to follow the race on Twitter here. Ten states are up for Super Tuesday tonight, but the outcome of the 2012 Ohio Republican primary is the most critical, with Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum battling for the 63 delegates up for grabs and the prestige of winning the Rust Belt swing state.
Voters To Romney, Paul, Santorum And Gingrich: We Don't Want Any Of You
All four remaining Republican primary candidates--Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul and Next Gingrich--are viewed more unfavorably than favorably by a substantial portion of Americans going into Super Tuesday, at a time when President Obama's approval rating is on the rise. The newest poll, by the Washington Post/ABC News, is another obstacle for the four GOP presidential hopefuls to overcome as they try to prove their electability and appeal.
AIPAC 2012: Rick Santorum Calls Iran 'Most Radical Regime In World' [VIDEO]
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum all made speeches to members of the American Israel Political Action Committee today, tearing into President Obama for his AIPAC speech on Monday. It was Santorum's speech, however, which accused the president of appeasement and called Iran the most radical regime in the world, that made the most waves.
AIPAC 2012: Romney, Santorum, Gingrich Rip into Obama: 'He Has Turned His Back on Israel'
Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich are all scheduled to give speeches at the annual policy conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) via satellite on Super Tuesday. Before the three candidates took time out of Super Tuesday to appear, however, all three gave heated attacks on the president, dismissing his own AIPAC speech on Monday and calling for harsher action when it came to dealing with Iran.
Super Tuesday 2012: Ranking Candidates' Chances, State By State
Super Tuesday will test the strength, support and stamina of the four Republicans still standing: Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich. For each of the 10 states up for grabs on March 6, here is a rundown of the latest polling data and a look at what's at stake and who stands the best chance of winning.
Super Tuesday History: 5 Reasons Today Could Change GOP Race
After a whopping 26 debates and 13 caucuses and primaries, Super Tuesday may seem as though it won't make much difference in this year's notoriously back-and-forth race involving Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. Here are five reasons that idea is way off, and what past Super Tuesdays can teach us about the consequences of this year's results.
Obama's Transgender Ex-Nanny Living in Fear in Indonesian Slum: 'I Didn't Want To Die'
Before he became president, Barry Obama was an eight-year-old boy living in Indonesia under the care of Evie, a transgender woman in Jakarta. Today, his ex-nanny is forced to hide her identity to avoid being beaten or killed, and her powerful story sheds a light on the abuse suffered by the transgender community at the hands of orthodox Muslims in Indonesia.
Justin Bieber Buys $10.8M Mansion For 18th Birthday: Is Selena Gomez Moving In? [PHOTOS]
Pop star Justin Bieber is buying the $10.8 million home Ashton Kutcher has been renting out in the Hollywood Hills as an 18th birthday present for himself. Check out pictures the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion, see what else the pop star got for his birthday, and find out if Gomez is moving in with him.
Anonymous Downplays Zeus Trojan Hacking as Symantec Reveals Own Supporters Duped
Anonymous has taken to Twitter to downplay the incident and to warn users after Symantec released a report claiming that anti-Anonymous hackers had duped the hactivist collective into adding Zeus Trojan malware to a guide for distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Although some Anonymous-affiliated Twitter handles have warned users of the modified link, most have gone after Symantec for misrepresenting the threat.
Steve Bridges Dies At 48: Best of George W. Bush Impersonator [VIDEO]
Bridges, best known for his impression of President George W. Bush, President Barack Obama and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, was found dead Saturday in his Los Angeles home at age 48. Watch his most masterful performances here, including when he and President Bush spoke side-by-side at the White House Correspondent's Association dinner in 2006.
Christina Hendricks to Olivia Munn: 7 More Naked Leaked Photo Hacks [PHOTOS]
Both Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn have allegedly had their phones hacked, with several naked pictures of the two actresses hitting the internet. But Hendricks and Munn aren't the first celebrities to face off against hackers. From Scarlett Johannson to Jessica Alba, here are seven more stars whose naked pictures have been leaked online by hackers.
Mitt Romney Wins Washington Republican Caucuses 2012
Mitt Romney won the Washington Republican caucuses, his third straight win ahead of Super Tuesday on March 6, with Ron Paul and Rick Santorum essentially tied for second. Romney's win gives him a much-needed end-of-the-month boost after Santorum's surprising surge in February, while Paul's campaign strategy in Washington paid off with a respectable third-place finish.
Annie George And 'V.M.': Slavery Through Immigration Law
Annie George, the owner of a lavish 34-room mansion in upstate Rexford, N.Y., stands accused of keeping an Indian woman, V.M., in forced labor as a domestic worker in her home. V.M.'s circumstances, and the unanswered questions surrounding her time in the U.S., combine human trafficking and modern-day slavery laws with a tangled web of immigration laws, compounding the suffering that result from the modern-day struggles that plague domestic workers, regardless of citizenship, as they ...
Washington Republican Caucus Results 2012: Where to Watch Live
Mitt Romney was declared the winner of the Washington State Presidential caucuses, the final state contest in the race for the GOP presidential nomination before Super Tuesday, according to the New York Times and other news outlets. The Washington Caucuses represent the final state contest in the race for the GOP presidential nomination before Super Tuesday, on Tuesday, March 6.
Jerusalem Snow Storm 2012: Beautiful Pictures of First Snow In 4 Years [PHOTOS]
Israelis and Palestinians alike woke up Friday in the Holy City to an unexpected sight: snow falling in Jerusalem, the Golan Heights, the Galilee, and the West Bank cities of Hebron and Bethlehem. Check out some of the best pictures here, from children playing at the Western Wall to snowfall over the Mount of Olives and young men building a snowman on top of a seminary.