More than 24,000 pages are now being scanned for posting online and being read to see if there's any news in them.
The Centennial Bulb in Livermore, Calif., marks its 110th year in operation (everyone assumes) on June 18. Check the webcam if you're worried about it going out.
Charla Nash, the woman whose face and hands were mauled by a chimpanzee in 2009, received a new face from surgeons at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. She also received transplanted hands, but they had to be removed after a blood...
The law, signed yesterday by Alabama's governor, compels public schools to check the immigration status of students and makes it illegal to rent property to an undocumented immigrant.
A dissolved orchestra, a roster of some handsomely paid CEOs and a viola melee that ended quite badly: all the classical news that's fit to link.
St. John's Regional Medical Center was badly damaged by the powerful twister that ripped through Joplin, Mo., last month. But its patient records weren't. The hospital completed converting to digital records just three weeks before the...
How humor, theft and race factor into the rapid rise of 21-year-old rapper Kreashawn.
The 30 Rock star stunned many at a June 3 stand-up comedy appearance in Nashville by saying he would "pull out a knife and stab" his son if the son came out as gay. The routine also included many other remarks criticized for virulent...
Fire officials said the blaze that has burned dozens of homes and scorched hundreds of square miles of land was 5 percent contained as of Friday afternoon. But they feared the blaze will grow if forecasts for stronger winds on Saturday hold true.
Poll shows many voters still on Anthony Weiner's side, despite the congressman's lewd Tweeting. But NY state will lose two districts, and the controversy makes it a good bet his will be one of them.