American Pharoah won of Saturday's Kentucky Derby. Can the horse take the next leg of the Triple Crown? Next up: The Preakness on May 16 in Baltimore.
The makers of the ride-hailing mobile app offered to help people in more than than 50 cities to deliver their unwanted clothing to Goodwill stores across the country.
Service outages and delays before the much-anticipated match between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao had cable subscribers up in arms. Could this be the final straw for cable TV?
How cities and states are scrambling to become the Silicon Valley of cybersecurity – and ride the next big economic boom.
Pope Francis lauded the work of Father Junípero Serra, an 18th century Spanish priest in California. Others disagree that Father Serra should be dubbed a saint.
Fight day is always a lonely time for boxers.
Alex Rodriguez tied Willie Mays' total of 660 homers, fourth most in major league history, Friday night. But will the New York Yankees pay him the $6 million 'accomplishment' bonus?
Who to watch in Saturday's Kentucky Derby? The latest season of Triple Crown thoroughbred racing gets underway with the 'Greatest Two Minutes in Sports.'
Tyson Foods announced this week it will eliminate human antibiotics from its chickens by 2017, following announcements by McDonald's, Kraft, and Chipotle.
Millennials, like any other generation, have a lot of distinguishing features. Do you think like a Millennial?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven't won a postseason game since the team's Super Bowl run in 2002. Can the star quarterback finally help turn things around?
Flakka is an increasingly popular synthetic drug, also known as gravel and readily available. One addict described it as '$5 insanity.'
NFL teams will be on the lookout, starting Thursday evening, for that next great football player who can help their team reach the Super Bowl.
Monday night’s looting and burning shook the city to the core. But on Wednesday, despite the presence of Humvees at City Hall, Baltimoreans seemed eager to clean up and get back to work.
Wednesday's game between the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox was the first game in Major League Baseball history to be played to an empty stadium.
Births among American women aged 20 to 29 are at 'the slowest pace of any generation of young women in US history,' says a new study by the Urban Institute. What's behind the decline?
Wallenda successfully completed a walk across the rim of the 400-foot Orlando Eye observation wheel Wednesday morning in Florida.
There was no great, centralized effort, or call from city leaders, to make Tuesday a day of service in Baltimore. Baltimore just did it.
Statistics reveal a continuing decline in deportations of illegal immigrants under the Obama administration. One reason for the decline: A drop in arrests of immigrants caught crossing the border.
On Tuesday, the Vatican hosted a conference on the moral dimensions of climate change, and the pope is said to have prepared a major encyclical on the environment.