There's also no sign of "increased alienation or anger" among Muslim Americans and "no evidence of rising support for Islamic extremism" among the group, the Pew Research Center reports.
Only people with lung cancer that tests positive for a particular genetic variation are candidates for treatment with Pfizer's twice-a-day cancer pill called Xalkori. Most of those who qualified in clinical tests saw dramatic shrinkage of their...
Meanwhile, flood waters are still rising in several Northeastern states. Vermont has been hit particularly hard.
The number of fatalities linked to Hurricane Irene is now up to 40. Meanwhile, Moammar Gadhafi remains on the run. And Japan has a new prime minister.
Many Libyans "don't feel safe with him at large," NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports from Tripoli. Some of Gadhafi's family are now in Algeria. There are reports that he may be in southern Libya.
Spring buying helped nudge the S&P/Case-Shiller index higher. Prices were flat or on the rise in all 20 major metropolitan areas where data are collected.
The guidelines focus on honoring the victims, stressing the need to be prepared for another attack and recognizing that other nations have also been targeted by terrorists, The New York Times reports. Will you mark the anniversary in some way?
Miguel wrote this perfectly textured summer song to win back a girlfriend he cheated on. It worked.
A widely watched gauge of consumers' mood is at a two-year low. That could be a warning sign for consumer spending in coming months.
A man recently stepped up to a microphone to tell a story he thought was about a really funny thing that happened to him. Others think he confessed to sexually assaulting a woman in a hotel room. Still others suspect the story isn't even true.