The Nickelodeon boy band performed in front of hundreds of fans at Gibson Amphitheatre on Saturday.
Congressmen and privacy groups recommend an investigation into Facebook's practices, amidst recent changes to the social network.
Christie again insists he's not running.
For the first time, individuals could select "husband" or "wife" on the census forms.
Approval of the government is now at a record low, problematic as the U.S. government faces a second shutdown.
Demi's sound is less Disney, a little more raw and personal.
Moody's says government is less likely to step in to save major financial institutions.
Olive Garden now among chain restaurants pledging to reduce calories in kids meals.
After a six-year hiatus, the Special Olympics returns to the U.S.
The country trio offer up a new collection of songs dedicated entirely to love. But are any of them a hit?
No surprises as Harvard and Princeton snag the top spot once again on the annual university ranking.
Richardson was denied access to meet with either the prisoner or the Cuban president.
Perry is currently leading in various polls on the public's perception of potential GOP candidates.
New audio recordings shed some light on the mystery of 9/11.
Angelou spoke to a full audience at USC Wednesday night, urging students to read poetry and promote acceptance.
Obama hopes to allocate $300 billion to increase economic growth and job creation.
Justices on the California Supreme Court heard arguments about whether Proposition 8 supporters had the right to appeal a federal ruling that overturned the state's same-sex marriage ban.
Gaddafi warns that his followers are ready for battle.
Gaddafi's other son, Saadi, is reportedly in talks with Libyan rebels to negotiate his surrender.
Washington Monthly releases its fifth annual national universities ranking, with very different results from the U.S. News & World Report College Ranking.
California parents are not satisfied with K-12 education and Brown's proposed solutions.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates called it a "modest contribution" to the efforts in Libya.
The president addressed questions from audience members and from web submissions about the economy, immigration, education, and more.
Top 8 contestants took on iconic songs off the big screen. How did they do?
The report explains how the state continues to grow at the same rate as the national average.
The president's speech is being assessed critically by some for failing to be specific about an alternative budget plan.
Last week's double elimination put the pressure on for the contestants, who were mentored by Will.i.am. from the Black Eyed Peas.
CCC schools may face an $800 million funding reduction for the next school year.
Population shifts will present a challenge when the new commission redraws district lines.
"Idol's" top 11 pleasantly surprised as they took on the soulful sound of Motown.
Experts say minuscule particles from Fukushima have reached Europe.
A water treatment center found some water with iodine levels twice the legal limit.
"Idol" Top 13
More than a few faltered on stage while trying to deliver inspirational renditions of their favorite tunes.
Lawmakers have nine days to make a deadline before a short-term compromise expires on March 18.
Both potential 2012 presidential GOP candidates were suspended because of a conflict of interest.
VIDEOS/GRAPHIC: The stability of the nations remains in question.
Emotions overflowed as drama struck "Idol" on Group Night.
San Francisco delivered its fair share of wannabes on the final stop.
A University of Colorado study found only 46 percent of the English and 60 percent of the math classifications were the same for both studies.
Online gossip site Gawker posted suggestive photos of the New York Rep. this morning.
Why did Toby move the RV? Was Hanna's mom really in New York? Ezria, who?
Week two of Calum Hayes' summer opinion series, "Things I'm Thinking."