Wednesday is all about man’s best friend.
Steve Flowers’ latest work, “Of Goats and Governors, Six Decades of Alabama Political Stories” is out now.
A case of spirits is part of Japan’s 10,000 pound cargo shipment that arrived to the International Space Station Monday.
It has risen to 17.5 percent in the U.S. by 2012 and only 13 percent in Canada by 2013.
One study said most students feared homework and testing, but social pressures can also become a major issue.
“My Family Builders” features 48 different wooden pieces including heads, torsos and feet that snap together.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is asking baristas to give customers an extra shot of kindness amid Monday’s rollercoaster day on Wall Street.
Patrick, the world’s oldest wombat, is turning thirty. And he’s getting flirty.
Sobeske went through 6 months of physical and mental training to solve 80 Rubik’s cube puzzles in under an hour while riding a unicycle.
A study shows one of this year’s flu shots could reduce hospitalizations and deaths among those living in nursing homes.
New research shows deaths from heart disease have declined dramatically over the last few decades in people over 65, but that’s not true for…
The retailer will test a new cafe concept in more than a dozen stores.
Brian McCracken said the t-shirt was worn as a joke. Both he and his wife, who was vice president of the squad, have resigned.
The two decided right to say, “I do” before the baby was delivered.
He’s been growing specialty pumpkins for about four years, and this isn’t even the biggest one he’s grown