U.S. Rule Highlights Catholic Tensions Over Contraception

Catholic Church officials, Republicans and other conservatives have blasted the inclusion of artificial birth control, which is against church doctrine, in the list of services that must be covered at no cost to the insured under President Obama's health care overhaul.

Fewer Hip Fractures After Cataract Surgery

New findings don't prove vision-improving procedures prevent falls or breaks in elderly people. But they do suggest eyesight plays a role in those accidents and injuries, researchers said.

Robert Pattinson Moves Out, Reportedly Shacking Up At Reese Witherspoon?s Home

Move over Jim Toth! After Robert Pattinson's highly publicized fall out with cheating girlfriend of three years, Kristen Stewart, the "Twilight" heartthrob has turned to a friend for some help (and shelter). According to reports, Pattinson is staying at former co-star Reese Witherspoon's vacation home in Ojai, California.

What's Mola Mola? Ocean Sunfish Spotted In California Waters [VIDEO]

The Mola mola, or Ocean Sunfish as it's also known, isn't exactly a new discovery but after Daniel Batelho captured a photograph off the coast of San Diego, California of the bizarre looking fish and posted it on his Facebook page last week, the Mola mola has become an internet sensation.


Gold Medal Skeet shooter Kim Rhode

Kim Rhode Shoots 99 Of 100 Targets, Earning An Olympic Gold Medal And Two World Records

Skeet Shooter Kim Rhode hit 99 of the 100 targets she faced Sunday en route to a gold medal in women's skeet, tying the world record for the event. She also became the first American to win medals for an individual event at five consecutive Olympic Games and the first woman to win three Olympic gold medals in shooting. At only 33 and with five medals already under her belt, she appears poised to dominate the sport in the 2012 London Olympics and in Olympic Games to come.