Pretrial hearing scheduled for father, stepmother of Detroit boy found hiding in basement
In war-struck Gaza, hardship felt more keenly during what's meant to be joyous Muslim holiday
Politics a family affair with president's wife Rosario Murillo as Nicaragua's 'first comrade'
Death in Nigeria shows Ebola can spread by air travel; West Africa airports take precautions
Russell painting symbolizing railroad's effect on American Indians draws $1.9M at auction
Status quo toward women persists at Comic-Con despite increased attention on sexual harassment
Fascinating Rhythm: Newport Jazz Festival marks 60th anniversary, looks to the future
From almost dropping out, to making and screening a documentary at prestigious film festivals: Students at a local arts center discover creativity and themselves.
Outgoing Karzai says Afghans need new president, urges speedy end to ballot audit
Call it a "case of the Mondays," but anxiety and depression about the start of the workweek start Sunday night for many people.
Cable snaps on Ohio amusement park ride that swings riders up to 125 feet in the air; 2 hurt
State Fair of Virginia looking for entries for banjo, fiddle contests
Joe Torre apologetic for not thanking George Steinbrenner in HOF induction speech
Charlie White of Quinton, Virginia, is asking players to sign his arm with a Sharpie. He then heads to a tattoo parlor and has the signatures made permanent.
Cops: Dealership owner hit with 2-by-4 in fight over bad junk-car deal dies; customer charged
President Barack Obama is playing golf at a private club in Maryland with the hosts of ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption."
The White House says ESPN's Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon joined Obama on the president's first visit to Congressional Country Club in Bethesda.
A White House aide completed the foursome.
NYC's bus terminal, the nation's busiest with 220,000 riders a day, soon to get patchwork fix
Two Maryland communities are considered among the snobbiest places in the U.S.
Joe Garagiola, broadcaster Eric Nadel, writer Roger Angell honored at Hall's Doubleday Field
Raffinee McNeill is seeking damages for an injury her son suffered while riding a children's ride called the "Hampton I" at Trimper's Amusements.
Hi: 84 °F | Lo: 65 °F