Agriculture officials say losses from Texas' historic drought are more than $2 billion more than previously thought.
Agency rules that a gay rights advocacy group violated its contract by offering plates with low-digit numbers in exchange for contributions.
An unprecedented spell of record temperatures soaring into the 80s had New England skiers dodging dirt patches and exposed rocks.
Unseasonably dry conditions have turned the Midwest and Plains' vast grasslands into a tinderbox.
The former Rutgers student convicted in the webcam spying case that ended in his gay roommate's suicide says he was insensitive, not biased.
A Denver woman has been charged with perjury after a judge heard her tell a local talk-radio show that she had pretended to be mentally ill to avoid jury duty.
Harry Lender's sons, Murray and Sam, helped introduce bagels to many Americans.
After four days of unexplained loud booms, local officials have hired an engineering firm to try to locate the source of the strange sounds.
A Marine sergeant who started a Facebook group that is openly critical of President Obama is facing possible dismissal from the Corps.
Relatives say 88-year-old Alan Purdy doted on his ailing wife for years. Now, he's been arrested on suspicion of helping her kill herself.