Parties settle lawsuit against tour companies over death of NY teen on Hawaii hike, kayak tour
Ragnarok, the Viking apocalypse, could bring down the fury of the gods Feb. 22, 2014.
Report: Immigration agency should seek Commerce's help for investment-for-green-cards program
Go For the Food: Detroit gastropub serves up approachable mix of familiar, inventive sliders
Women who go shopping for skiwear next fall should find it a lot easier to get a good fit, thanks to new sizing options launched by outerwear manufacturers Spyder and Burton.
All the winter weather raises questions about who is responsible for keeping sidewalks clear so that walkers stay safe.
Storm delays aside, these are the kinds of work days most employers love. It seems we are more productive when the weather is cold.
National Archives to display original Emancipation Proclamation to honor Black History Month
Olympic short track champion Charles Hamelin's tattoo reveals medal-winning machine
Romance sizzles at Iowa bacon festival as 2 couples marry
Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid and AC Milan will play preseason games in the United States, including in Washington.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway adds vintage race weekend to June schedule
Clinton, NYC mayor launch campaign to encourage Hispanic parents to read, sing to their kids
Tennessee strength coach Nicodemus Christopher's brother, Garry, holds same position at Vandy
De Blasio won't march in NYC St. Patrick's Day parade because of gay-sign issue
Gear manufacturers focus on comfort for next ski season
A historic downtown Washington building where telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell once conducted experiments could become a contemporary art museum.
Obama announces $750M in pledges from companies to connect students to high-speed Internet
A young charity is taking a unique approach to helping cancer patients.
It's not uncommon for adults to have a hard time using new technology -- President Barack Obama is no exception.