Cannon Michael, a sixth-generation farmer in Los Banos, Calif., tells NPR's Arun Rath how he lost almost 20 percent of his typical revenue and was forced to lay off several workers.
Today's funeral service in New York for the two police officers killed last week is part of a long tradition in that city — with modern-day additions like helicopters flying in formation.
The funeral for slain police officer Rafael Ramos was held today. Ramos, along with his partner, was gunned down by a man said to be avenging the killings of black men at the hands of police.
The social media giant's "Year in Review" app has upset some who prefer to forget 2014's unpleasant memories.
In August, a couple in Jackman, Maine, created a scholarship for a student willing to train as a plumber and come back to work in the rural town. Months later, no student has taken the plunge.
Tiny Kks3, 7 million light years distant, is made up mostly of star stuff that's just a billion or so years younger than the Big Bang.
The operation in tribal North Waziristan involved airstrikes and ground forces, the Pakistan military says.
A quick trip through the many, many scientific studies we covered in 2014.
We look back at the arts and culture stories we covered this year.
Our coverage of the big stories in sports this year: A-Rod gets suspended, the Sochi Olympics, and the World Cup.
Highlights from our coverage of the crisis in Ukraine, the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, Obamacare, and the Los Angeles Clippers.
In our weekly roundup of tech headlines, Sony and Microsoft video game console sites streaming The Interview were possibly hacked, and a look at Uber's year of hyper-growth and backlash.
Prospective jurors can be dismissed for lateness, the financial burden of taking off work, or any number of other reasons. Add race as a consideration and jury selection can take weeks to complete.