One couple plays a clever game to tell a pair of soon-to-be grandparents their pregnancy news
Sugar processors sued for $1.5 billion in a false-advertising claim after attempt to rebrand high fructose corn syrup as "corn sugar"
After treating migrants, Hasan said, "It is so sad to hear the rhetoric that I'm hearing now in the media and amongst Americans"
Dashcam video shows police San Antonio police in a vigorous pursuit
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is feeling the heat after he said he'd implement a database to track Muslims in the wake of the Paris terror attacks and the ongoing Syrian refugee debate
Lawyer for accused laments: "People seem to care more about horses rather than children or human beings"
The forming of a planet has long been a mystery, but now astronomers are getting a closer look at the process
As the man finally boarded, people stared at a white box he was carrying; he opened it and exposed his baklava
Steve Hartman on explaining the evil of terrorism to the most innocent
Despite diagnoses that say an Indiana girl who stabbed her stepmom in July has a psychiatric disorder, many facilities are refusing to take her, according to documents
The government uses confidential informants to catch potential suspects. But critics say the practice can entrap people who might otherwise have never committed a crime
Te'von Lamont Mabry, 18, is now charged with fatally shooting a 29-year-old man last month, as well as killing a high school freshman two weeks ago
A man wanted in the murder of his wife makes an outrageous claim - the U.S. wants to silence him for what he saw at Ground Zero
Woman walks six blocks home in socks after giving away shoes to subway rider
Tractor trailers reportedly pulling over to wait out the storm in South Dakota as it moves east
University of Virginia student Martese Johnson is suing state agents who arrested him, alleging excessive force; they contend Johnson had a "sudden fall"
Timothy Madden, 38, was arrested and charged with murder in the death of Gabriella Doolin, whose body was found in a creek Saturday
The most compelling photos from the week's news, November 14-20 2015, including the Paris attacks and a capsized ferry
Many groups that promote abstinence worry the effort to prevent sexual assaults is giving too many teens the idea that sex is OK
Black Justice League ended their 32-hour sit-in protest after reaching an agreement with the university's president