Displaced piggies in Detroit, DIY slime controversy in California and a pup rescued by a D.C. United Player 130 miles from home.
The powerful prosecutor took to his personal Twitter account to make it clear that he has been fired.
Members of Soviet Soviet were stopped by customs agents in Seattle and flown back to Italy over disagreement over earning income at gigs.
In honor of National Women's History Month, we're celebrating the stories of five world-class women with homegrown influence.
We might be approaching spring but a storm expected to track along the east is forecast to bring snow and bone chilling temps.
Sal Clemente pulled no punches unpacking his thoughts and feelings after his daughter's three-day disappearance.
He likened his "National Cancer Moonshot" to JFK's famous challenge to land a man on the moon 45 years ago this September.
Florida’s beloved eaglet E9 will soon take its first flight, kicking off an official “Fledge Watch.”
"I'm not in the job of having evidence," she later added.
Major airlines have announced cancelations ahead of the March winter storm with a bulk of the cancelations expected Tuesday.
In need of some blizzard entertainment? We rounded up a slew of snow day movies perfect for cozying up on the couch.
Corrine Miller, who avoided felony charges in a plea deal, knew of the deadly Legionnaire’s epidemic but said nothing, a prosecutor said.
Thousands of flights were canceled and countless schools were closed as frigid conditions immiserated commuters from Maryland to Maine.
It's Texaco versus Johnny Quick, and they're giving March Madness a whole new meaning.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is spending $300,000 to switch belt buckles from silver to gold.
A monocled cobra slithered away from a home in Ocala on Monday night.
U.S. News & World Report has released its annual set of rankings for schools in business, law, medicine, nursing, education and engineering.
The 87-year-old legendary astronaut also was in town to premiere "Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars," a virtual reality experience.
A group of FIU students spontaneously offered to help clean up a stretch of South Beach where hordes of spring breakers left a big mess.
Icy cold temperatures are threatening the cherry blossoms at their most vulnerable time with peak bloom just days away.