Couple begins 'kindness' journey
Did a stranger buy your coffee this morning? Or pay your parking ticket? If so, you could be a recipient of a Michigan couple's random kindness. They're traveling part of the United States, helping as many people as they can.
VIDEO: FAA Oks air passengers using gadgets on planes
Government safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate. The change will let passengers read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music.
Quadruple amputee regains independence after tornado-related illness
Louella Aker survived a deadly tornado in southern Indiana last year with little more than a scratch, but the aftermath of the storm cost her all of her limbs and nearly took her life.
VIDEO: Zoo asks public for help naming adorable lion cubs
The Oregon Zoo is opening the naming of its newest additions, a litter of five-week-old lion cubs, to the public.
VIDEO: Time-lapse videos capture stunning S.D. skies
Randy Halverson has created several time-lapse videos showcasing stunning images of South Dakota's night sky. Using still photographs pieced together, Halverson creates videos featuring the stars and moon set against breathtaking views.
Increasing numbers of Americans are catching on to Congress
A new NBC-Wall Street Journal poll says 60 percent of Americans would like to fire everyone in Congress. When I read this, my thought was: What’s wrong with the other 40 percent?
VIDEO: U.S. launches new $100 banknote
The United States launches on Tuesday a new $100 bill that comes with, for the iconic greenback, a new touch of color, as well as special features to foil counterfeiters.
Ky. native describes scene of Navy Yard shooting
A Kentucky native working at the Washington, D.C., Navy Yard where a gunman killed 12 people Monday credits a mountain of paperwork for his own survival.
How do the health law's online exchanges work?
As the health law's online marketplaces prepare to open next month, many people wonder how they will work. Who is eligible? How can they apply for subsidies?
Your Facebook password belongs in your will
The average American values his or her digital assets, such as photo libraries, personal communication, and entertainment files, at about $55,000, a value based on sentimental attachments as well as financial investments in music, application and software purchases.
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