Police in one western Pennsylvania town are investigating a case of bar kill: a groundhog and a grouse, both dead, tossed into a tavern by unsatisfied customers.
Many people are concerned about signs of aging, but doctors warn that we are aging on the inside as well.
BOSTON (AP) — Emerging from a moment of silence with a deafening cheer, fans at Wednesday night’s Bruins game paid tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing with a stirring a cappella national anthem and thunderous
Anheuser-Busch is introducing a new, bowtie-shaped beer can that mirrors its iconic Budweiser logo.
Police say a stolen U-Haul truck that prompted the evacuation of City Hall in downtown Oklahoma City is empty.
A Los Angeles judge says except for medical emergencies, she won’t consider any more excuses from potential jurors in the lawsuit by Michael Jackson’s mother against concert promoter AEG.
The tough, blue-collar roots of Superman’s creators are getting a fresh look on the superhero’s 75th anniversary.
Fox has pulled from websites a recent episode of “Family Guy” that depicts mass deaths at the Boston Marathon, and has no immediate plans to air it again.
The singer and judge on “The Voice” is asking a New York judge to throw out a $250 million lawsuit filed by her ex, Antonio de La Rua.
The formal introduction of a bipartisan Senate immigration bill is sparking intense debate on Capitol Hill and beyond, as lawmakers and groups on all sides digest the 844-page legislation to enact sweeping changes to the nation’s immigration laws.
Pomp and protest marked the funeral today for former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, reflecting her status as a commanding and polarizing political figure.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky says he is considering a presidential campaign in 2016 but will not make a decision before next year.
A Minnesota hospital is apologizing for mishandling a stillborn baby who was discovered at a laundry service.
It turns out coasting an SUV with no brakes downhill to a scrap yard isn’t a good idea after all.
The state of Kansas spent more than $13 million in overtime last year, and that does not include employees at universities.