Twenty-nine pilot whales that were part of a pod that was stranded off the Florida coast are still missing, and scientists are asking the public for help in finding them.
As adaptive use becomes more popular, property owners are transforming churches into homes, offices, even clubs.
Thousands of people and dozens of world leaders gathered at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, for the Nelson Mandela memorial service.
Tens of thousands of South Africans, nearly 100 heads of state, celebrities and street sweepers are all heading to the same place, to honor Nelson Mandela.
A former president, a current president and a potential candidate for president share Air Force One for the flight to South Africa.
Tens of thousands of people streamed into a huge soccer stadium here on Tuesday to bid farewell to Nelson Mandela along with leaders and celebrities from around the world.
A report finds foreign ministries were the subject of computer breaches.
The BogotÃ¡ mayor, Gustavo Petro, was said to have made serious mistakes in his handling of the botched transfer of garbage collection from private contractors to a government-run service.
Newtown's year in mourning: Horror and grief, tough choices, and efforts to begin moving on
French Presidency: 2 French soldiers killed in combat in Central African Republic's capital
Obama opens day of remembrance and celebration for Mandela in South Africa
More snow in forecast for mid-Atlantic, Appalachians; federal workers told to stay home
China's economy showed signs of a modest slowdown in November, as the effects of government-led stimulus and a massive expansion of lending earlier in the year began to fade.
Tyson is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to build its own farms in China instead of buying chickens from independent farmers, aiming to capitalize on widespread concerns over food safety.
American Airlines Group was born on Monday after American Airlines stepped out of bankruptcy protection to merge with US Airways and form the world's largest airline by traffic.
Patrick Moen, a longtime DEA agent, has left a post leading a federal team in Portland, Ore., that combats heroin and methamphetamine trafficking to join a private-equity firm that invests solely in businesses tied to the budding legal marijuana industry.