A lot of Americans are shelling out big money for a little -- or not so little -- nip and tuck.
Small plane crash on Hawaii's Lanai Island kills 3, leaves 3 others injured
Los Angeles cemetery settles lawsuit alleging body dumping for an estimated $80 million
Appeals court in California orders YouTube to remove anti-Muslim film that sparked violence
Feds indict 5 San Francisco police officers, charges against 2 include stealing money, drugs
Georgia State Patrol: Charges filed against the groom in crash that killed his newlywed bride
NY jury begins deliberating at Kerry Kennedy's drugged-driving trial
Patch as patch can: Frigid weather and overdue maintenance blamed for pothole purgatory
Attorney General Holder discharged from hospital after feeling faint, short of breath
Another Cuban 5 spy released from US prison after more than 15 years; will be deported.
Widow, troopers oppose unsealing of 1975 Attica riot report, but many say its time has come
Proposed US environmental rules aimed at protecting endangered whales during gas, oil testing
Editions of 'Mein Kampf' signed by Hitler up for auction in Los Angeles
11-year-old Washington state girl kills cougar following her 14-year-old brother to their home
After waiting, 2014 could bring oil drilling jump in Miss. and La. Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
Cheese pizza, ice cream, hot dogs and hamburgers -- some of the foods most teenagers love to eat, might be changing their brains and affect learning and memory into adulthood.
More women die of heart disease than men. And while the risk factors are pretty much the same for both sexes, some conditions during pregnancy can increase a woman's chances of heart problems later on.
A 7th grader constructed a functional Braille printer out of the Lego Mindstorms EV3 Kit. See the video.
Target's fallout from security breach likely will far outpace what TJX faced
Texas is latest, largest conservative state to have gay marriage struck down by federal judge