Bottles of maple syrup are for sale at Zawalick's sugar house in Northampton, Mass., in 2000. There are four different grades of maple syrup: Grade A Light, Medium, Dark Amber (all used for table syrup), and Grade B (which is very dark and mostly used in cooking). Light is often the most expensive because it can take longer to make.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's upcoming wedding sets the stage for an array of romantic memorabilia to flood the market.
Lori Berenson was released on parole three months ago. But the mother of a 15-month old was sent back to prison Wednesday, after a judge in Peru struck down her parole. Berenson has served 15 years of a 20-year sentence. She was convicted of aiding Peruvian leftist rebels.
LeBron James is moving to the Miami Heat to join best courtside buds Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Currently, the league has no mechanism to address what some critics call player collusion.
The Air Force is to launch the first test flight of the X-37 pilotless space plane Wednesday. It's meant to stay aloft for months, but its mission is secret, leading some to worry about its purpose.
The Pentagon's 'Nuclear Posture Review' narrows the list of potential targets, reflecting new threats like global terrorism. But Obama reserves the US right to strike first with nuclear weapons.
From the bracketology of March Madness to ESPN Everything, sports has become one of the most pervasive forces in American culture. Is it a great unifying force or a sign of misplaced priorities?
An Afghanistan and Iraq withdrawal could trim billions of dollars from the US defense budget.
Top teams in the NCAA mens basketball bracket should generate hundreds of millions for colleges. But almost all March Madness teams lose money. What gives?