Six earthquakes hit the tiny Central American nation of Guatemala Monday, killing at least three people.
Guatemala earthquake of 5.8-magnitude hit Monday afternoon with two of 4.8-magnitude hitting before and after, one person dies.
'Hooch' parachutes from 12,000 feet with her owner Sean Herbert over Picton near Sydney in 1998.
Heirloom vegetables, especially tomatoes, are very popular with gardeners these days. Are they better than newer hybrids?
Seven-time Tour winner Lance Armstrong isn't riding this year, but there are plenty of other fast Americans in the race. Here are six of them, with their team affiliations:
Hundreds of beachgoers told health officials they felt unwell after swimming last week at oil spill-affected Pensacola Beach, Fla. Scientists cite many unknowns about the safety of swimming and working around the spill.
Up and down the Gulf coast you hear local officials and others complain that they are being ignored in the response to the Gulf oil spill. That must change.
Claims problems and mixed messages from the Gulf oil spill unified command structure has local leaders from Pensacola to Plaquemines Parish fuming as the Gulf comes under what some call a 'tarball attack.'
Cancellations rates have reached 80 percent at vacation properties along some parts of the Gulf Coast, including Pensacola Beach, due to the BP oil spill. Summer just isn't the same if you can't go in the water, tourists say.
Tar balls washed up along at least eight miles of Pensacola Beach Tuesday night. The invasion means that the intensity and scope of efforts to deal with the Gulf oil spill in this state will probably change.