No major hurricane has made a U.S. landfall in five years, but government forecasters warned U.S. coastal residents that they shouldn't expect a sixth straight year without a major landfall on either the Atlantic or Gulf coast.
Obama's speech about the Middle East and North Africa reiterated U.S. support for democracy movements. But critics say that it failed to address U.S. mistakes in the region or make clear what the administration will do when ideals bump up...
Little information is coming out of Syria, but stories from Daraa, where the protests began, have emerged as Syrians cross the border into Jordan. One Jordanian shop has become a sort of word-of-mouth news bureau, where Syrians discuss the loss of...
The robots are able to name places and share that information with other robots using simple sentences.
Had he been confirmed to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Goodwin would have been the only actively serving Asian-American judge on an appellate court that covers 40 percent of the Asian-American population in the U.S. But Senate conservatives...
Scott Pelley said Armstrong was using a performance-enhancing drug that affects production of red blood cells in 1999, the first time he won The Tour de France.
There is no money in the state budget to study raising the level of Lake Lanier, says the Governor's office. Lawmakers wanted to use state money to urge the federal government to do the research.
A new report says, building a cruise ship terminal in Savannah could bring Georgia $89 million a year in new spending and create 1,000 jobs. A Miami-based consulting firm prepared the study. It says, the city could build a terminal in four years...
Homosexuality is generally more accepted in American life. But Frank Deford wonders when it might become more accepted in sports.
One of the benefits of the services, a personal finance expert says, is to help users save toward a goal like buying a house, or taking a long vacation.