Scientists have discovered a new subatomic particle with profound implications for understanding our universe.
Summer sun means blistering hot temperatures and wilted gardens.
A very small percentage of Americans are now serving in the military — fewer than 1 percent. Some are looking for direction.
Forty-four soldiers and Marines in Afghanistan are celebrating this Fourth of July as American citizens for the first time after their naturalization ceremony at Kandahar Air Field.
Think of a giraffe lying on the Serengeti plain.
In politics, money talks. And money from gay and lesbian donors is talking louder than ever in this election cycle.
If it hasn't happened to you, count yourself as lucky. For many people, eating ice cream or drinking an icy drink too fast can produce a really painful headache.
Nearly a year and a half ago Jeff Moyer donated a kidney. It's something he says changed his life forever.
The sanctions noose around Iran is set to tighten Sunday as the European Union imposes a total embargo on all purchases of Iranian oil.
You may already have made a mental note as to where you were when you heard the Supreme Court had upheld the health care law known as Obamacare.
Shock, dismay, relief, confusion — all those emotions played out Thursday when the U.S. Supreme Court announced its 5-to-4 decision, upholding almost all of President Obama's health care overhaul.
When the Supreme Court ruled on Arizona's immigration law this week, it left standing a provision requiring police to check the immigration status of people they stop for other reasons.
Nora Ephron brought us two of the most indelible scenes in contemporary cinema — and they're startlingly different.
On the long drive to Falcon Lake, it slowly becomes apparent why it's ranked the number one bass fishing lake in America: it's in the middle of nowhere.
The Israeli village of Neve Shalom was founded decades ago as a place where Arabs and Jews could coexist in the volatile Middle East.