The influx of millions of visitors to NYC during the holidays turns everyday walkers into Grinches. Their gripes are simple: Non-New Yorkers stop too often, walk too slowly, and block busy foot traffic. (Dec. 12)
Pennsylvania police are investigating the death of a college student from New York City. Authorities say Michael Deng died after a fraternity hazing ritual. (Dec. 12)
Footage of the Moon and Earth moving around each other in space has been captured by NASA’s Juno satellite.
Monsignor Robert Weiss of St. Rose of Lima church had to bury eight of the children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary. A year later, the tragedy has changed how he sees the world. (Dec. 11)
A Georgia woman says she was the victim of an apparent prank at a local Home Depot. Illyanna De La Keur says she suffered injuries after being glued to a toilet seat. (Dec. 10)
A year after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, a scientist father who lost his only child at the school seeks ways to prevent violence through brain research. (Dec. 10)
President Obama spoke of former South African President Nelson Mandela's legacy of making peace by getting them to trust each other. Obama spoke at the memorial for Mandela in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Dec. 10)
President Barack Obama arrived in South Africa on Tuesday for former South African President Nelson Mandela's memorial. (Dec. 10)
A newcomer to the United States, the Japanese cockroach is reportedly more resilient to both hot and cold temperatures than your average cockroach.
Researchers in Australia claim to have found a treasure trove of freshwater beneath the ocean floor. The findings were first revealed in the scientific journal Nature Thursday. The authors of the study say there's "mounting evidence" freshwater could be found globally. The study, led by a scientist from Flinders University, says these reserves were ...