Pope Francis is breaking with tradition and changing the tone of the papacy, both to the delight and chagrin of the Catholic Church.
Pope Francis is raising eyebrows again with his comments about gays, telling reporters "Who am I to judge?" homosexuals who embrace God. Never one to follow the rules, Francis is becoming known as the "People's Pope" for his simple lifestyle, humble persona and breaks with tradition.
A husband and wife were found dead inside their Poconos home following an apparent homicide/suicide, according to Monroe County Coroner Bob Allen.
Ukrainian officials accused pro-Russian forces in its Crimea region of fresh bullying tactics Saturday, as about 100 armed men reportedly took control of a military office in the regional capital, Simferopol.
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A pregnant woman was fatally shot Friday afternoon in her home in what appears to be an accidental discharge of a handgun.
A man was shot in the leg following a brawl outside an Allentown bar early Saturday morning, police said.
Today will start out sunnier than it will end. That's because the clouds will be thickening all day long as a cold front approaches the area from the northwest.
Stephen Donches has resigned as the embattled head of the long-delayed National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem.
A Bethlehem father is facing domestic violence-related charges after police say he assaulted his teenage son and tried to press his face against a hot stove top.
Eight months after being arrested and charged with sexually assaulting children, a Douglassville woman has pleaded guilty.
Top officials in Philadelphia hope that Pope Francis will attend a huge Roman Catholic gathering planned for the city next year.
Living in 2014, we like to think we’ve seen just about every kind of scandal that has ever been, but move over Lindsay Lohan!
If your child plays sports, chances are you've worried about concussions.
Tainted beef recalled earlier this year has now reached 36 states and Guam. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.
The board game Monopoly is born, Glamour begins publishing, a civil rights march in Selma, Ala., ends in violence, and Kathryn Bigelow makes Oscar history, all on this day.