A woman wears giant sunglasses as she celebrates with thousands along 5th Avenue in New York during the city's 250th annual St. Patrick's Day parade on March 17.
Snow and cold records are falling across the South as another winter storm blankets parts of Mississippi with half a foot of snow. One mayor admits he might have to buy a plow.
A US Army soldier from the 1st Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, based at Fort Stewart, Ga., removes bullets from his comrades' magazines as the unit turns in ammunition in preparation to head home from Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq, on Nov. 27, 2010.
The author who was not nominated for a 2010 National Book Award – Jonathan Franzen – is getting at least as much commentary as those who were.
John Mellencamp says that the Internet blew up his "Cherry Bomb," along with the rest of rock 'n' roll.
Partial lunar eclipse will occur in the early morning hours of Saturday, June 26. The moon will cross through the southern portion of Earth's shadow. With clear skies, those in western and central North America will be able to see the shadow pass across the moon.
BP oil spill: Combined with an already-tight global shrimp market, the spill is likely to mean much higher prices.
Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama - Democrat to Republican: Richard Shelby, the senior senator from Alabama, switched parties on Nov. 9, 1994, one day after the ‘Republican Revolution’ in which the GOP became the majority in the 104th Congress. Shelby’s switch gave Republicans 52 Senate seats. Here, Shelby talks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington on April 28.
Beach High School in Savannah, Georgia, will fire all teachers and then rehire some as part of a plan to improve chronic low performance. The number of schools resorting to mass teacher firings is on the rise.