The US government released more good news this month about impeding entry of cocaine into the country. Still, opinions vary when it comes to interpreting the overall cocaine-use decline and the possible reasons for it.
Janet Napolitano guided DHS through challenging times marked by debates over border security and immigration, airport security policies that critics say were too intrusive, and scrutiny of the federal response to natural disasters.
Arsenic in apple juice would be limited to the same level as arsenic in drinking water, under a proposed rule from the US Food and Drug Administration. FDA analysis of dozens of apple juice samples found 95 percent already meet that standard.
Not since Jackie's Camelot days in the Kennedy administration has a first lady so captured public attention and respectful coverage by much of the press. Unlike Jackie, Michelle Obama has got social media.
Boston Strangler is thought to have sexually assaulted and killed 11 women in the early 1960s. Law enforcement officials say they now have physical evidence linking Albert DeSalvo to the last killing.
Two lawmakers have proposed an Apollo Lunar Landing Sites National Historical Park to preserve Apollo artifacts. Which raises the questions of how do we get there, and will there be T-shirts?
Hillary Clinton has a new hairstyle, which can only mean she is absolutely, definitely, positively running for president. Or maybe not. But the move to push her into the White House is gaining steam.