The Hawaii tsunami turned out to be more bark than bite as the tsunami warning for Hawaii has been lifted.
Killer whales were used in SeaWorld marine parks Saturday – the first time since 'Tilikum' killed a whale trainer in Orlando.
Julianna Smoot is replacing Desiree Rogers as the new White House social secretary but it has nothing to do with the gate crashers incident.
The earthquake in Chile is a reminder of the lively geological activity under Earth's surface.
President Obama stepped outside the Oval Office this afternoon to urge citizens to listen to local officials in light of today's tsunami warning.
How has the US become better prepared to forecast tsunamis?
Now that White House social secretary Desiree Rogers is leaving, critics say it's time for Obama to shake up the White House even more – starting with the inner core from Chicago.
Both sides are angling for position on healthcare reform. But it looks like there'll be no meeting of the minds, and Democrats are likely to go it alone.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told a pool reporter that they are "closely monitoring the situation" following the Chile earthquake.
Gun owners in California have been wearing their handguns in coffee shops and restaurants. The guns are unloaded and legal, but some citizens and police departments are wary.
As of Wednesday, Apple's iTunes has sold 10 billion individual songs. Here are three ways it has revolutionized the music industry, for better or for worse.
This week, iTunes sold its 10 billionth music download. To mark the milestone, here are the top 25 songs sold since Apple opened the online music store in 2003.
After 'Tilikum' killed whale trainer Dawn Brancheau, SeaWorld officials are defending the use of captive orca killer whales for recreation and education.
Heavy snow and high winds added up to a 'snowicane' in New York. After so many winter storms, one meteorologist says, 'I'm ready for spring.'
Toyota had the most driver complaints about rogue car acceleration over a five-year period. But other car makers, led by Ford, also had numerous complaints filed against them, reports Edmunds.com.
A Muslim college student claims she was fired from a Bay Area branch of the clothing chain Hollister because the hijab she wears to cover her head violated the store's 'look policy.'
Debate persists on whose responsibility it is – parents or teachers – to instruct young people in Internet safety.
Dogged by a scandal involving a close aide, Gov. David Paterson dropped out of the New York governor's race Friday. However, he vowed to serve out his term and swore he had not abused his office 'not now, not ever.'
Voters in at least three states will decide whether to enshrine a right to hunt in constitutions. Critics see the measures as a political 'wedge' issue.
Dogged by scandal and low poll numbers, New York's Gov. David Paterson reportedly will announce his decision to drop his election bid Friday afternoon.