Monitor readers share their favorite book picks.
Construction crews discovered this week the remains of a 200-plus-year-old vessel. How did a 'World Trade Center ship' end up at the site?
New York City opened its first public electric-vehicle charging station Wednesday as part of a nationwide push to add infrastructure for plug-in cars.
A 2.7 square mile section of Greenland's Jakobshavn Isbrae glacier has fallen into the sea, reports NASA.
Garcia Marquez chronicles the murder of Santiago Nasar in a small unnamed South American village.
Vicky Pelaez: A willing spy for Russia or a wife deeply betrayed? Or something in between? Exactly what the Peruvian journalist knew is one of the more tantalizing mysteries to emerge from the Russian spy saga.
Spy swap would have ten people arrested in the US exchanged for a number of people in Russian jails, convicted of spying for the West.
The forecasts call for hot weather not just during daytime, but also at night, when many people don't have air conditioning to keep their bedrooms cool. The heat wave could persist through the week.
Fruit Roll-Ups lawsuit alleges that nutrition information is misleading to consumers.
How cuisine and culture collaborated to cook up an American identity.