Experts: Wall panels that broke loose on plane, leading to emergency landing, merely cosmetic
Billionaires are more frugal than you think. Warren Buffett still lives in his home he bought for $31,500 in 1958.
Go For the Food: St. Louis-style pizza in Springfield, Missouri, crispy and cut into squares
Washington, D.C. , is known for lots of things: monuments, museums, cherry blossoms -- and now rats.
Tory Burch gives look at what inspires her in new book focused on color
New customer service robot roaming Indianapolis International Airport terminal
Burberry breaks 1 billion pound sales mark as trench coats, leather boosts brand
Study forecasts global luxury goods sales to grow 2 pct in 2014, slowed by geopolitical crises
Alaska gay couples apply for marriage licenses after judge strikes down ban on same-sex unions
The D.C. region is the priciest place to live in the country, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says.
Washington Animal Rescue League recently received an influx of dogs from other shelters, some of which were pregnant. Now the shelter has a surplus of adorable puppies.
Utah school bus driver arrested on DUI allegations while taking 67 students on field trip
Pit bull stabbed, beaten in Los Angeles is recovering after getting more than 1,000 stitches
Should white mom be paid for sperm bank mixup that gave her a brown baby?
Judge rejects effort to allow concealed handgun permit holders to bring guns to NC State Fair
New Jersey offers bear hunters cookbooks in effort to control population
Longtime law expires, new long-haul flights take wing in Dallas on Southwest, Virgin America
Swedish model hospitalized in critical condition after New York City bike-bus accident
Thousands of revelers, politicians on hand for New York City's annual Columbus Day parade
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