President Obama considers expanding airstrikes into Syria while the search for James Foley’s killer continues.
A quick series of gunshots can be heard in the background of the alleged recording.
Juno the Beluga whale has a reputation for putting on quite a show before visitors at Connecticut’s Mystic Aquarium.
A 3.9 magnitude aftershock, the largest yet, jolted the region as cleanup efforts begin.
Oscar-winning director and actor Richard Attenborough died at age 90 after career that spanned more than 60 years.
The jet was diverted when a fight broke out after one passenger used a gadget to prevent the person in front of him from reclining her seat.
The record-breaking drought in the West has cost the region 62 trillion gallons of water since 2013, causing the earth to rise.
As the Pentagon plans for potential U.S. airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, we’re learning about two young Americans caught up in the conflict.
Hackers reportedly forced an American Airlines plane carrying 185 people, including a top Sony executive, to make an emergency landing.
Astronomer Carl Sagan, John Glenn, and others remember the excitement when Apollo 11 landed on the moon.
College freshman Austin Hatch lost both parents to plane crashes, but never doubted he’d survive and make a childhood dream come true.
The case of a Texas father accused of murdering the intoxicated man who hit and killed his two sons has divided a small town.
For incoming freshmen, Bill Gates has always been the richest man in the U.S. and pressing "pound" on the phone is translated as "hit hashtag."
Ferguson, Missouri has had four consecutive peaceful nights, but businesses have been slow to reopen.
One of the first in-depth televised interviews Martin Luther King Jr. ever gave, first broadcast on October 27, 1957.
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