Opponents of $35 million SC cruise terminal want judge to toss out state permits for project
Exotic pet trade fuels growth in wild cat sanctuaries, leads to increase in mauling, deaths
Argument over blind man's service dog ends up canceling flight from Philadelphia to NY
Correction: Burning Man-Lawsuit story
Plea deal could end charges against NY mom who hired exotic dancers for son's 16th birthday
Taylor Swift shares the Victoria's Secret catwalk with elaborately costumed Angels
Portion of Civil War ironclad ship, CSS Georgia, recovered in Savannah River
Andy Warhol painting is sold at NYC auction for $105M, setting record for pop artist
Amusement park planned for more than 600 acres in piney woods northeast of Houston
When the Waterfront Market opens in Old Town Alexandria next week, it'll be the first time in quite awhile that people are coming for something other than a leisurely stroll along the Potomac.
Popular Hawaii beach town fires new salvo in tourism battle: Asks state to stop promotion
5 free things to do in London, from cutting-edge fashion to the great outdoors
Landscape group calls for care of sites designed by Dan Kiley, plans exhibit in Boston, DC
US Airways says it's probing removal of blind man, service dog from Philly-Long Island flight
Let's not hide the fact that most people, guy or girl, want a great butt. Everyone can build something they're proud of.
Game Review: 'Link Between Worlds' a 'Legend of Zelda' game with depth
Lenders took back fewer US homes in October, but scheduled home auctions rose in some states
Just one year after opening the food market building at 1309 5th Street in Northeast, Union Market is ready to expand.
Trainer says in new book any dog can help around house, sing and dance, maybe become a star
In 2008, Philip Shenon was at his desk at The New York Times' Washington bureau when his phone rang. On the other line was a voice, asking Shenon to investigate missing pieces in the Kennedy assassination.