Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon, is remembered by his family as a 'reluctant American hero.'
Neil Armstrong's walk on the moon July 20, 1969, marked the high point of US manned spaceflight, but the commander of the Apollo 11 mission was wary of the celebrity that came with it.
Dow sees its biggest loss in more than a month as traders reassess what moves the Federal Reserve might make next month. S&P 500 falls 11 points. Gold jumps.
After spending most of the day in negative territory, the S&P 500 rebounds to eke out a gain after the release of the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting.
Stocks on the S&P 500 index are close to a four-year high while a closely watched fear index briefly touches five-year low.
The owner of 11 Grand Slam titles is dealing with an injury and will not compete in the US championships, scheduled to start later this month.
As of Monday morning, around 2 million customers along the East Coast and as far west as Illinois remained without power. Since Friday, severe weather has been blamed for at least 17 deaths,
After strong winds and storms on Friday, residents in Virginia, Maryland, Washington, and West Virginia struggle with massive power outages and hot weather.
Writer Janet Groth recalls her days working as a receptionist at the New Yorker from 1957 to 1978.
The Democratic and Republican candidates took aim at each other and the economy in back to back speeches lobbed across the state of Ohio.