A man confessed Tuesday to hurling crude Molotov cocktails at an Islamic cultural center and four other New York-area sites on New Year's Day because of personal grievances with all of the targets, police said.
'Suburgatory' star Carly Chaikin - who plays Tessa's nemesis on the show - on her role the upcoming episode of the ABC comedy called 'Driving Miss Dalia.'
A State Department official says a German man, Harry Burkhart, was identified as a suspect in the Los Angeles arsons because his mother was the subject of a provisional arrest request by Germany.
Winemaker Ben Flajnik made his debut Monday on 'The Bachelor' where 25 women compete for his heart. Flajnik shares what it was like to meet the women, how to prepare for rose ceremonies and whether the woman of his dreams must love wine.
Snow is falling in western North Carolina and the midwest as cold weather moves into the region.
'90210' fans know Jessica Lowndes' character Adrianna Tate-Duncan can sing but she's a double threat in real life too. This month, Lowndes is releasing a new song called 'Nothing Like This' along with a 4 song EP that will be available on iTunes.
The Federal Reserve will start updating the public four times a year on how long it plans to keep short-term interest rates at record lows, according to minutes from its December policy meeting.
Pets are getting the royal treatment these days, from salon visits to limo rides to yoga classes just for them. For dogs and cats, it may be the best time to be alive.
In the kickoff contest of the 2012 presidential race, Republican candidates argued up to the finish line in Iowa over which candidate is a conservative that voters can trust and who they can defeat President Barack Obama. John Mone reports.
(Early Evening Edition) Here's the latest news for Tuesday, Jan. 3rd: GOP candidates vie for voters' trust in fluid Iowa; Snow, slick roads cause crashes; Pentagon: Iran tests missiles, issues warning; Murder most foul on UK queen's estate.