NFL Hall of Famer Joe Namath, who knows the boys now vanished at sea, said "we've got to believe in their wherewithal"
The world's largest pit bull, known as "Hulk," has fathered eight pups
Jason Falbo told his boss it was an accident but witnesses say he went out of this way to hit the family of ducks
Lego products are on sale in more than 140 countries. By last year, the total number of Lego pieces created reached 760 billion
London is known for its fish and chips and meat pies, but an American cooking revolution is underway
American cooking revolution is underway as more Brits demand staples like fried chicken and honey-butter cornbread
The cover of New York Magazine features those who accuse comedian Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct
Many would-be brides and grooms are turning their backs on the city that calls itself "the wedding capital of the world."
A French festival broke a Guinness World Record Sunday by flying 433 hot air balloons at the same time. Anthony Mason reports
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Detectives across the country are re-examining cold cases after a possible serial killer went after a West Virginia woman. Neal Falls, 45, could be connected to a string of murders that police are investigating in Ohio, Illinois and Nevada
Elvis hasn't left Las Vegas, but many couples looking to get married have, causing serious economic repercussions
Berkeley, California, is in a battle over what it can say about cell phones and cancer risk
In a surprising family connection during the gunfire last week at Louisiana movie theater, two sisters were both at the chaotic shooting scene, but for very different reasons
The search is still on for two 14-year-olds missing in Florida
President Obama is in Ethiopia talking with African leaders about the fight against terrorism
Four firefighters are recovering after being burned fighting a massive northern California wildfire
The automaker is preparing to pay a record $105 million fine for mishandling safety recalls on millions of vehicles
Fiat Chrisler is hit with a record fine for mishandling recalls, and Obama begins his visit to a nation with a controversial record on human rights
The settlement for mishandling safety recalls also forces the car maker to repurchase more than 500K Ram pickup trucks due to defective steering parts