For the second time this year, a fire at sea has aborted a cruise ship’s voyage. This time, aboard Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas and the ship’s 2,200 passengers were expected back in Baltimore on Tuesday after being flown on charter flights from the Bahamas.
California Sen. Barbara Boxer wants the Justice Department to investigate if the operator of the troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant intentionally misled federal regulators.
A crew aboard a helicopter and dozens of other searchers scoured the woods and water in central New York for a third day Monday without finding a brain cancer patient who was on a volunteer medical flight that crashed last week. He is presumed dead.
A man suspected in a West Texas shooting rampage that left one woman dead and five others wounded was a Marine who was wanted for questioning in a slaying in North Carolina, officials said Monday.
Ed Shaughnessy, the jazz drummer who for nearly three decades anchored the rhythm section of Doc Severinsen’s “Tonight Show” band, has died
Paul McCartney made his first visit to the one-time home of the King of Rock ‘N’ Roll and left a pick behind.
Hammons, who died Sunday at age 94 in a Springfield nursing home, built more than 200 hotels nationwide, including Embassy Suites, Marriotts, Radissons and Holiday Inns.
Fox Sports said on Monday it still had not determined why an overhead TV camera cable snapped during the Coca-Cola 600.
Some drivers who tried to cross flooded roads ended up stranded.
A Pennsylvania man is vowing to get his dogs back after the Humane Society of Somerset County took them back.
Hotel guests and attendees of a banquet were evacuated from Dearborn, Michigan’s Adoba Hotel Sunday night after a suspicious package was found in a bathroom in the hotel.
Protesters rallied in dozens of cities Saturday as part of a global protest against seed giant Monsanto and the genetically modified food it produces, organizers said.
President Barack Obama said Monday that Americans must honor the sacrifices of their fighting men and women, particularly at a time when the U.S. combat role in Iraq has ended and the country’s involvement in Afghanistan is winding down.
Business owners are troubled by the notion of charging a fee to enter the U.S. by land.
Before World War II and in the decades since, tens of thousands of American Indians have enlisted in the Armed Forces to serve their country at a rate much greater than any other ethnicity.