Walkers of all ages took part in the 44th March for Babies as the March of Dimes celebrates 75 years of protecting babies.
Camels have returned to The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, visitors can ride for a fee
Virginia Eastern Shore museum to auction off inventory of waterfowl decoys, nautical items
Millions of pets are surrendered to shelters across the country each year because owners can't afford to take care of them.
From grain to glass, making vodka and whiskey made from local crops catching on
Virgin Galactic's spaceship makes 1st powered flight, goes supersonic in test over California
NYC's Met says 2 10th-century stone statues, on display for decades, will go back to Cambodia
Some unenchanted evening: California high school prom mix-up leaves students without a dance
5 South African officials suspended after private wedding party landed at military air base
Wisconsin officials say tourism spending is up, industry has overall $16.8 billion impact
Police: Man who fired shots in Houston airport terminal was intent on committing suicide
It's a happy time for film buffs, as outdoor movie watching season is nearly here.
Ill. lawmakers prepare to roll dice on Chicago casino amid corruption, oversight concerns
Iowa Supreme Court orders state to list both lesbian parents on child's birth certificate
At NYC brokerage, getting tattooed with the company logo nets employees higher pay
To engage the public and encourage local residents to "get to know" the 24 contestants, the historical sites will host open houses May 4-5.
Hidden cameras in airplanes in Italy record thieves taking cellphones, loot: 29 arrested
he nation's capital has long been known as a place full of stuffy gray suits and neatly pressed ties, but these days, designers are loosening the top button.
Those who suffer from health conditions, ranging from seasonal allergies to chronic joint pain, may want to explore the cupboard before opening the medicine cabinet.