El Nino could bring record-breaking weather to U.S.
Giant phenomenon threatens to change weather patterns around the world, affecting billions of people
Why the U.S. middle class is falling behind Canada’s
The American middle class has slipped from its perch as the world’s wealthiest
New law allows Georgia residents to carry guns in churches, schools, bars
Ga. gov. defends move to allow guns in churches and schools under certain circumstances as Second Amendment right
Serial killer John Wayne Gacy probe helps solve cold case
Effort to identify victims of serial killer has helped solve the mystery of what happened to a 22-year-old Chicago man who went missing in 1978
Minn. homeowner: 2 teens shot were "vermin," not human
Jurors in Minn. murder trial of man who killed two teens after they broke into his home, heard him say on audio recording right after the shooting: "I don't see them as human. I see them as vermin"
Guam-sized iceberg drifts away from Antarctic glacier
Scientist says iceberg, which is roughly six times as big as Manhattan and 1,600 feet thick, is not a threat to shipping
Camilla's brother dies in New York after head injury
Mark Shand, the brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, died in the hospital Wednesday after falling late Tuesday
Jodie Foster marries Alexandra Hedison
The actress wed her photographer girlfriend last weekend
Facebook profits soar on strong mobile ad growth
Social networking firm's latest results show it is making big strides in critical sector
Supreme Court throws out $3.4M award to child rape, porn victim
Ruling leaves unsettled how victims in pornography cases should be compensated
Russia's youngest cadets
Life in a Russian military academy
"Bachelorette" contestant dies after paragliding accident
A contestant on Andi Dorfman's upcoming season of "The Bachelorette" dies from injuries incurred Sunday
Now, even boomers are moving back in with mom and dad
Lost jobs, insufficient retirement savings, health problems -- aging baby boomers give multigenerational families a new twist
South Korea ferry death toll hits 156 as grim recovery effort hits cabin walls
More than 3-quarters of 323 students listed as dead or missing as data begins to shed light on maneuvers before accident
Stars who love soccer
Some of these celebrity fans of the sport may surprise you