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Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered a combat ready drill for the Russian military in the central and western districts, an area close to the Ukraine border.
Rallies in the pro-Russia Crimea region in Ukraine raise concerns it could secede from Ukraine.
In the absence of a long-term security agreement, President Obama informed Afghan President Hamid Karzai that the U.S. will prepare to completely withdraw all military forces from Afghanistan by the end of the year. Obama also left open the possibility of making an agreement with whomever replaces Karzai after the election in April.
An FDA panel is debating allowing a procedure that would create embryos from three parents, which researchers believe could prevent certain genetic diseases.
Lots of folks assume mostly teenagers are the ones who get paid the minimum wage. But who exactly are the least paid among us?
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron promises not to form a coalition after the next election, even if his part does not win a majority of seats in parliament.
The obesity rate for children aged 2-5 dropped 43% in the last decade.
There is absolutely no reason to have fewer tax brackets.
After a kid in Texas accidentally packed a beer in his lunch and came clean, he was suspended for three days and sent to an alternative school for two months.
A rising high school football star in Florida, who has signed up to play college football at Louisville, has been arrested for allegedly impregnating his 14-year-old cousin.
How America fell out of love with orange juice.