Hacker Gary McKinnon's lawyers say Asperger's influenced his actions and that he shouldn’t be charged for hacking military computers.
According to a study by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, 31 million children in the US now live in low-income families.
White House, Pentagon and Capitol evacuated as powerful earthquake hits Richmond, Virginia.
Civic clubs like Rotary International, Lions Club and Toastmasters may be in their sunset years in the US, but they're on the rise abroad.
Controversy surrounds the 2008 Gay Softball World Series -- the winning team may have used too many straight players.
The tactics fast food companies use to get us to overeat, and come back for more -- from shakes in clear plastic cups to apples with caramel.
Developers of the breath test say there is an 85 percent accuracy in spotting lung cancer using the breathalyzer.
Harvard Business Review author criticizes Silicon Valley companies for paying exorbitant amounts for 'star' employees.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sued over the alleged torture of three U.S. citizens who worked as contractors in Iraq.
Actor Andy Serkis on the artistry involved in playing motion capture characters, like the leader of the ape revolution, Caesar.