Augusta, Georgia (CNN) — Tiger Woods returns to golf Monday at the Masters, ending a self-imposed exile stemming from a November car accident outside his home and his subsequent admission of extramarital affairs amid a media frenzy.

Erykah Badu’s naked stroll through downtown Dallas, Texas, for a music video has earned her a disorderly conduct citation. The singer shed her clothes as she walked through Dealey Plaza until she was nude and then fell near where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Badu said the video was “shot guerrilla style,” without a […]

CLEVELAND – When the crew of the movie “Spiderman 3” rolled into Cleveland, through computer generation effects, we saw Spiderman leaping among the concrete and brick buildings of the city’s downtown area.

In a discussion of the Health Insurance Industry Fair Competition Act, apparently speaking on Rep. Peter DeFazio’s (D.-OR) time, Weiner laughs and says, “You know, you gotta love these Republicans. You guys have chutzpah.” Then Weiner yells that the Republican Party “are a wholly owned subsidiary of the insurance industry.” Some discussion is heard offscreen, […]

A duck is being credited for teaching a little boy in the UK to walk.

The Olympic Torch Relay and Chris Wheeler journey through North Vancouver from Lynn Canyon to Grouse Mountain where it travels to the peak of Vancouver!

From Two days before President Obama’s State of the Union speech, the president sat down with ABC’s Diane Sawyer for a lengthy and ranging conversation on health care, the economy, and whether “one term is enough.”

Happy birthday Martin Luther King. Here’s a couple videos to pay tribute to you.

The parents in the "Balloon Boy" ruse have been hit with a tab of $42,000 from local, state and federal agencies for their October stunt that briefly left many fearing for the fate of their 6-year-old, their lawyer said Monday.

Childhood is a growing problem that is made worse by our eating habits as a society. Dr. Robert Needlman of MetroHealth System discusses some changes that can make a difference.

<span>In this Nation Institute exclusive, reporter A.C. Thompson talks with innocent victims and ruthless vigilantes about his expose on shootings of black New Orleans residents fleeing the city in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, and police misconduct after the storm.</span>