US current affairs magazine Newsweek is going back into print, following a stint as a digital-only publication.
A wildlife group in Australia is inviting volunteers to knit sweaters for the penguin population it conserves, because it says the sweaters can actually save the lives of birds caught in oil spills.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday took advantage of a short break in his busy schedule to pay a visit to one of Rome's most famous landmarks, the Spanish Steps. Kerry, surrounded by secu
A Texas wife is taking the high road — and taking it to the extreme — when it comes to her cheating husband.
A study claims the rise in sea levels in 2,000 years will put some populations below sea level — affecting cultural sites along coastlines.
A lost message from more than 60 years ago may finally finish its long journey. Sheila Polk bought a book from a Plant City, Florida Goodwill but when she flipped to the back page she got a lot more than she bargained for, a little piece of history still unopened. (Via ABC) "Her life ...
The FDA approved the research by Dr. Peter Gasser, involving 12 terminal patients, most with cancer. The subjects were all described as suffering "deep anxiety," over their condition and the coming end of their lives. The Seattle Times reports the patients first had “talk therapy,” and then divided into two ...
Jack Phillips admits he's lucky to be alive after a dump truck cut him off on Southwest Tualatin-Sherwood Road at Nyberg Road, in Oregon, sending 30,000 pounds of steel girders into his cab.
A lost message from more than 60 years ago may finally finish its long journey.
It was nearly three decades ago when she was abandoned in an Allentown Burger King’s bathroom, and now 27-year-old Katheryn Deprill is using social media to help find her birth mother. Deprill, who is now married with three boys began her mission with a simple Facebook post. <div id="fb-root"></div> <script>(function(d, ...