A Christian Science perspective.
Passengers on a flight from Brazil to Houston were hurt after the plane hit severe turbulence Monday. Unbuckled seat belts are a key reason for turbulence-related injuries, say experts.
The emergency landing of Continental Flight 128 in Miami Monday adds urgency to ongoing efforts to better predict turbulence.
In a contemporary twist on “1,001 Nights,” a Lebanese grandmother spends her nights telling tales about her Arab-American family.
Police and drug enforcement officers raided the home of Jackson's doctor Tuesday. Reports say an injection of propofol may have contributed to the pop star's death.
A blueberry farm in Arkansas draws crowds from as far away as Oklahoma and Kansas for a sweet summer treat.
Not just devoted eclipse-chasers but millions of others were able to view the longest solar eclipse of the century as it passed over Asia Wednesday.
If not for a St. Louis scientist and a few of his colleagues, NASA may never have collected moon rocks.