Actor-director Ron Howard sells suburban New York house for a record $27.5 million
Virginia Gov. McAuliffe: A blessing more deaths weren't caused by tornado in campground
Bayreuth's annual Wagner festival starts with dramatic pause as technical malfunction hits
To Brazil's consternation, hordes of young Argentines make themselves at home after World Cup
Charges possible for owner of 2 dogs in fatal mauling of jogger along Michigan road
Bergman's home is scene for a wedding: 'Lust, Caution' actress Tang marries Korean director
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum exhibit explores history of air travel to Hawaiian Islands
National outdoor art show to appear on billboards, bus stops and subway platforms
Popular vintage Alaska tourist train to resume operation after derailment injures 23 people
Purple martins nest by the thousands around abandoned Highland Mall in Austin
Nigeria security forces increase security ahead of Ramadan feast
Emory University honors the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta with a mobile tour app
National Gallery in DC plans major exhibit on Piero di Cosimo with Italy's Uffizi museum
Indiana's Holiday World building new roller coaster which will have riders sit alongside track
Acadia National Park named America's Favorite Place by 'Good Morning America' viewers
If you're looking to start a green juice cleanse this weekend or eager to get your fix of kale, you might want to reconsider: ABC Landline reports that there may be a worldwide shortage of kale due to the powerhouse vegetable's skyrocketing popularity.
In 2012, 75 percent of the nation's 2.1 million farms sold less than $50,000 in agricultural products, but the cost to maintain a farm continues to increase. Local farmers turn to crowdsourcing.
More professional men and women are ditching the traditional briefcase and moving to backpacks.
It's called the kissing bug disease and while it sounds cute, it can be deadly.
House votes to simplify tax breaks for higher education, excluding some graduate students
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