Youth sports concussions draws Obama's attention
In late January, police officers in Lodi, Calif. shot and killed a Sikh-American Army veteran who was mentally ill. The shooting left many unanswered questions and divided the local Sikh community.
D-Day: Queen Elizabeth making rare foreign trip
People live out of their cars for all sorts of reasons. Photographer Andrew Waits set out to document their stories. He asked dozens of people across five states why they had left their houses behind.
Mental health programs are getting extra attention after the killing spree in California. A law in the state lets authorities mandate care in some cases. Here are the questions it's raised.
After World War II, portraiture fell out of fashion. But an exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery celebrates some rebel artists who found new, clever and funny ways to portray the human figure.
Blackhawks beat Kings 5-4 in 2OT to stay alive
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Pacers stay alive with 93-90 Game 5 win over Heat
Brad Pitt attacked at 'Maleficent' premiere
O'Reilly book to examine George Patton's death
Spaceship with 3-man crew docks at space station
Ramirez apologizes for behavior with Red Sox
Eva Longoria's Las Vegas Strip steakhouse closes
From his focus on peace instead of war to his praise for the U.S. stance in Ukraine, the president took a different tone Wednesday than he did in his 2009 commencement speech at the military academy.
As the jazz label nears three quarters of a century, it remains a showcase for jazz soloing in every possible mood and temperament. Here are our picks for sublime moments from the catalog.
John Janick to replace Jimmy Iovine at Interscope