North Korea fired three short-range guided missiles into waters off its east coast Saturday, the South Korean Defense Ministry said, raising concerns about the potential for more military provocation in the region.
Investigation under way after Conn. commuter trains collide, send 70 to hospitals
2 stubborn wildfires persist after week full of blazes off I-5 north of Los Angeles
8 police kidnapped in western Iraq on road to Syrian, Jordanian border
After a week filled with political scandals, President Obama turned to promoting his jobs tour in his weekly address Saturday. “That’s why I like getting out of the Washington echo chamber whenever I can – because too often, our politics aren’t focused on the same...
Eight explorers-turned-contestants risk their lives in a test of survival, living off the land for two months, while enduring 3,000 miles of Alaska's wildest terrain.
South Korea says North Korea fires 3 short-range guided missiles into its eastern waters
French president signs gay marriage into law after wrenching national debate
Landing gear problem forces plane to make belly landing at Newark International Airport
Men struggle with their wives' breast cancer, but don't always speak up.
From cheating husbands to abusive wives a look at the televangelist Pat Robertson's gaffes.
Apparently at this week’s big I/O conference, Google didn’t show off all the fun features of the company’s new multiplatform text and video chat service: Hangouts. If you’ve been thinking your chats have been a little too text-heavy, you can now decorate them with some...
No more students, no more books . . . just lots of discounts for teachers at bed and breakfasts across the country this summer, thanks to a new program from BedandBreakfast.com. Often overworked and most definitely underpaid, many teachers are lucky enough to have the...
Break-in that left student from NY's Hofstra University, intruder killed under investigation
The estimated jackpot for Saturday's Powerball drawing has swelled to a record $600 million for the popular lottery game, but one official estimated today that if it goes unclaimed the prize would zoom to nearly $1 billion.
Medical breakthrough gives new hope to parents wishing to have children.
J.J. Abrams' latest sci-fi flick gets released to eager fans, recalling imagination at early age.
Tornado threat on horizon for Northern Texas. Residents still reeling from 16 twisters.
Diane Sawyer reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
Chopard jewels worth $1 million were stolen from a hotel room safe during gala.
Biggest Powerball prize of all time poised to soar higher if winning ticket not sold Saturday.
Frank Lloyd Wright may have died in 1959, but his architecture is alive and well. A recent story in the Wall Street Journal revealed the cost to upkeep some of his historic homes may be more than buyers bargain for, but others clamor to invest in history.
The husband of a Pennsylvania doctor who died with "toxic levels of cyanide" in her system is being investigated as a person of interest, according to his attorney.
MOSCOW – In a breach of protocol, Russia has publicized the name of a man it says is the CIA station chief in Moscow. In comments to Russian media today, a spokesman for Russia’s Federal Security Service, or FSB (the successor to the KGB), confirmed...
Stocks finished out another record-breaking week. The Dow, S&P and NASDAQ stock indexes have posted four straight weeks of gains. The Dow Jones Industrial average ended the day up 121 points to close the week at 15,354. Year-to-date, the Dow is up 17 percent. ...
Pa. coffee run leads to arrest for famed hatchet-wielding hitchhiker wanted in NJ killing
Mini-movies of growing embryos could help boost the success of in vitro fertilization, a new study found. But the number of women who could benefit from the time-lapse technology is unclear.
When Patrick King, 45, took a job at Arizona Shower Door six years ago as a crane operator, all he wanted was to work hard and bring home a good paycheck to support his wife and kids. Never in a million years did he imagine sitting next to his boss and being asked to do the unthinkable. Watch the full story on "20/20: Work War: How to Wage It, How to Win It" TONIGHT at 10 ET.
The former Chechen rebel who said his home was searched by the FBI in connection to the Boston Marathon bombing investigation said in a letter today he has "nothing to do with the terrible act in Boston."
Rear window? NYC residents livid over artist's photos taken through apartment windows