Martin O'Malley, in his own words

Martin O'Malley, in his own words

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is a possible Democratic contender for the White House in 2016. Here's his take on gay marriage, income inequality and more, in his own words.



US discovers more anthrax shipments

US discovers more anthrax shipments

The US military orders a review into how it handles anthrax, after discovering more cases of live anthrax sent to laboratories, including one in Australia.

Live anthrax sent to Australia

Live anthrax sent to Australia

A BUNGLED shipment of live anthrax by a US military lab also made a lethal delivery to Australia, officials have revealed.

Iran: Military inspections not on agenda of nuclear talks

Iran: Military inspections not on agenda of nuclear talks

As nuclear talks continue between Iran and the P5+1, Iranian negotiators say the sides are making progress on the issue of sanctions. A senior Iranian negotiator has ruled out the possibility of Iran allowing inspections of its military installations as part of a possible nuclear deal.

US gunman deemed 'legally sane'

US gunman deemed 'legally sane'

A court-appointed psychiatrist has testified the gunman who carried out a 2012 attack on a Colorado cinema was mentally ill but "legally sane" when it happened.

Cyclist suing City of Edmonton for $152K; claims pothole-related injuries

Cyclist suing City of Edmonton for $152K; claims pothole-related injuries

Each year, hundreds of motorists file pothole damage claims with the City of Edmonton and now, a cyclist is adding his call for compensation.

Runaway peacock spotted in Toronto's Parkdale neighbourhood

Runaway peacock spotted in Toronto's Parkdale neighbourhood

A peacock that escaped a west-end Toronto zoo earlier this week has been spotted in the Parkdale neighbourhood.

Wanted high-risk violent offender may be in Sask.

Wanted high-risk violent offender may be in Sask.

Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a wanted high-risk violent offender who may be in Saskatchewan.

Lincoln Chafee to Join Growing Democratic 2016 Field

Lincoln Chafee to Join Growing Democratic 2016 Field

Former Rhode Island governor and senator Lincoln Chafee will join the slowly growing list of Democrats challenging Hillary Clinton for the presidential nomination.

O'Malley's Entry Ups Focus on Immigration in 2016

O'Malley's Entry Ups Focus on Immigration in 2016

The heat that immigration has brought to the 2016 presidential campaigns could intensify Saturday with the addition of former Maryland Gov.

Gen. McChrystal on Navigating Threats in a Complex World

Gen. McChrystal on Navigating Threats in a Complex World

General Stanley McChrystal discusses how U.S. forces in the Middle East adapted to changing threats around the world.

Silk Road Mastermind Ross Ulbricht Gets Life in Prison

Silk Road Mastermind Ross Ulbricht Gets Life in Prison

Ross Ulbricht, the convicted operator of the underground online black market Silk Road, was sentenced Friday to life in prison.

Sepp Blatter Re-Elected as FIFA President

Sepp Blatter Re-Elected as FIFA President

Sepp Blatter has been re-elected as FIFA President for a fifth term. Blatter, 79, was given a new 4-year term by the 209 FIFA member associations at FIFA's annual Congress in Zurich on Friday, according to reports of the BBC News. Although Blatter failed to secure a two-thirds majority in the firs

Texas floodwaters continue to submerge highways, threaten homes

Texas floodwaters continue to submerge highways, threaten homes

The death toll from flooding in Texas and Oklahoma has been raised to 27 after authorities in Houston found the body of an 87-year-old man who was swept away when a rescue boat attempting to reach him was overturned.

Just When I Was Beginning To Lose Hope In Humanity I Saw This Video Of 100 People Lifting A Bus Off ...

Just When I Was Beginning To Lose Hope In Humanity I Saw This Video Of 100 People Lifting A Bus Off ...

This incident happened in Walthamstow in London where a double decker bus crushed a unicyclist under it's wheel. But what happened next was nothing short of magical. On it's own suddenly almost 100 Londoners rushed towards the bus and managed to move the 12-tonne bus just enough to pull out the cycl

Ian Somerholder Makes a Fan Cry by Refusing to Take Photos

Ian Somerholder Makes a Fan Cry by Refusing to Take Photos

Ian Somerholder is refuses to take photos with fans and even makes one girl cry while in Paris. And it's caught on camera.

O’Malley Strums ‘Hail to the Chief’ In Video, Hints At A Run For President

O’Malley Strums ‘Hail to the Chief’ In Video, Hints At A Run For President

Former Maryland Governor and potential presidential candidate Martin O’Malley recently released a short online video showing him strumming “Hail to the Chief” on a guitar.

Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has released a short online video that hints at a potential bid for the Whi

American Express president dies after getting sick on flight

American Express president dies after getting sick on flight

American Express President Ed Gilligan died suddenly Friday after getting sick on a corporate jet bound for New York City. Gilligan, 55, was returning from Tokyo with other AmEx executives...

Video: Cuba removed from sponsors of terrorism list

Video: Cuba removed from sponsors of terrorism list

Cuba has been removed from the sponsors of terrorism list. Tamron Hall has the latest details. (NewsNation)

Heroic Londoners lift 12-tonne double decker bus off trapped unicyclist

Heroic Londoners lift 12-tonne double decker bus off trapped unicyclist

Dozens of Londoners lifted a 12-tonne double decker bus off a trapped unicyclist, who was knocked off his unicycle in a crash.

Frank Lampard picks #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club

Frank Lampard picks #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club

Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard picked an impressive #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club.

Fierce battle for key Iraq road

Fierce battle for key Iraq road

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on the challenges Shia fighters face as they try to re-take land from ISIS.

ISIS women pose for their cameras

ISIS women pose for their cameras

Dozens of women have left their homes in the West to join ISIS. So what do their social media posts reveal about who they are and why they made the move?

Atlanta Falcons player accused of killing girlfriend's dog; Kicked off team

Atlanta Falcons player accused of killing girlfriend's dog; Kicked off team

An Atlanta Falcons football player has been kicked off the team after being accused of killing his girlfriend's dog.

FIFA Congress elects Sepp Blatter

FIFA Congress elects Sepp Blatter

After a tumultuous week for soccer's global power, the 209 member associations still voted to re-elect Sepp Blatter as president of FIFA.

Latest on Dennis Hastert: Statue to honor ex-speaker on hold

12:20 p.m. (CDT) Plans to honor former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert with a $500,000 statue at the Illinois Capitol were put on hold earlier this month after he asked that they be shelved because of the state's budget crisis. Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan filed legislation on May 5 to

The most beautiful Android apps available today, as picked by Google

Last year Google made a big push to improve the overall look of its mobile platform thanks to the addition of Material Design, a slick new design language that added terrific animations and other features to Android. Via 9to5Google, it seems that Google’s Material Design team has recognized 18

Google ATAP's Radar-Based Gesture Technology "Project Soli" Brings Minority Report Fantasies One Ste...

Before you read this article, do me a favor: watch the video below. Because it's going to explain what Google is doing here much better than I could hope to. Got it? Good. Pretty amazing, right? For those of you who can't or don't want to watch it, fine, I guess that's what writers are for or

This smart robot learns to 'heal' itself after damage

The appeal of using robots resides firmly in the fact they're far more efficient at most tasks than a human. On the other side of the coin, what keeps them from becoming more of a fixture in our modern lives is their lack of adaptability and the need for constant maintenance. When a robot breaks, it

Ottawa gunman, Michael Zehaf Bibeau, urges similar attacks in unreleased portion of video manifesto

As calmly as Michael Zehaf Bibeau laid out the reasons for his fateful attack on Parliament Hill last October, he exhorted others to carry out similar attacks, say sources

Man who was previously convicted in a grisly dismemberment case found dead in west Edmonton

Seven years after an Edmonton man was convicted in a brutal dismemberment case, he became the victim of a violent crime Thursday night.

Skype parents

Indian family courts have been telling divorced parents to allow video calls between their child and the non-custodial parent. Does it help?

The Brexit: Europe's Own Version of 'Shark Tank'

David Cameron's quest for EU reforms is turning into an economic reality show. Will he get a deal or walk away?

FA boss Greg Dyke vows to oust Sepp Blatter as FIFA president before Swiss tyrant's fifth term is ov...

Blatter was re-elected for a fifth four-year term as not even a £100m scandal and the threat of England pulling out of the World Cup could bring him down

French Open: John McEnroe compares Nick Kyrgios to himself ahead of clash with Andy Murray

Super Brat has tipped the young Australian for the top, saying: "What I see as a similarity with me is he's got personality, he's got belief in himself"

Britain's Got Talent 2015: Calum Scott and Danny Posthill win the last semi-final

HE WAS Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer act but the British public also proved they're behind Calum Scott today, in Britain's Got Talent's last semi-final of the series.

US removes Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terror

The US State Department has announced that Cuba has been removed from the US list of state sponsors of terror, a move which clears the way for restoring relations after half a century.

A spokesman for the state department emphasised that the terror list review was a separate process fro