Members of the Dena'ina Athabascan tribe, completely surrounded by metropolitan Anchorage, struggle to preserve their language and culture.
House-gifting has become a major philanthropic trend in the US, in part fueled by reality TV shows.
Districts in big cities of the Midwest and Northeast undergo the most change.
Clean energy work is a rapidly growing industry, but critics say it's no panacea for unemployment.
The films leading the race tended to be long on grandeur and bleak in outlook. Is it a reflection of America's mood?
Dennis King preaches in a converted blues bar to motorcycle riders and others who like his brand of everyone-is-welcome worship.
Tired of gawkers, Kevin Connolly traveled by skateboard, capturing their sheer human curiosity.
He's part of a National Park Service experiment in south Florida to send first-time fishing violators to a school instead of fining them.
Retired Friday from the Army, he wants to help the public attain a 'culture of preparedness' like that of the cold-war era.
The awards ceremony is a major casualty of the 10-week-long screenwriters' strike.
A device that lets you TiVo life, a clairvoyant watch, and the mood synthesizer.
Why my cellphone keeps calling people on its own and my microwave oven is in revolt.
In an era of 'empty celebrity,' an ordinary man who performed an extraordinary act of heroism got more than 15 minutes of fame – but the freebies and swag are running out.
A trial resumes today for a Slavic man charged with killing a gay man in Sacramento, Calif.