A new campground in Brooklyn offers a taste of the great outdoors for New Yorkers and tourists alike.
Higher tuition and less financial aid could result in today's college-age Americans becoming the first generation less educated than their parents.
The storm left neighborhoods, towns and cities flooded along the eastern seaboard, with Philadelphia one of the worst hit.
Long time resident Harry Shearer takes a 180 degree shift from his comedy career to write and direct a new documentary about New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Singer-songwriter Meklit Hadero has made a sensation on the music scene, melding American jazz with the rhthym and language of her native Ethiopia.
Flight meteorologists fly into the eye of Hurricane Irene to gather information that will determine where evacuations are needed.
While Obama administration's new deportation policy recognizes same-sex couples as family, it only applies to people already in deportation process.
A new investigation shows the CIA worked with the NYPD to perform surveillance on ethnic communities outside both agencies' jurisdiction.
The US prepares to release $37 billion of Lybia's assets tied up in cash, real estate and shares of US companies.
Glenn Beck's rally in Jerusalem gets mixed reactions from Israelis -- some appreciate his support, others are asking him to 'stay home.'