Trump Plaza Hotel is the fourth hotel and casino in Atlantic City to close. What does this mean for the city's future?
Detroit is one step closer to ending its bankruptcy ordeal, but it doesn't mean the city's revenue problems will be over.
The singer-songwriter returns to the show to play songs from his new two-disc retrospective.
But flutist Yukie Ota didn't let a little insect throw her off her game at the Carl Nielsen International Flute Competition.
The Sheriff of Payne County, Okla., defends the possession and use of military equipment by local law enforcement.
Watch the folk-pop duo perform "My Silver Lining" — from First Aid Kit's third album, Stay Gold — for a sold-out crowd at Boston's Paradise Rock Club.
Fox brings two comedies back Tuesday night that are traversing the tricky matter of central romantic plots in different ways.
The White House will announce measures to phase out R-134a, a popular chemical coolant used in air conditioners and refrigerators.
Kathy Gunst joins Cook's Illustrated executive food editor Keith Dresser at his CSA pickup and offers recipes for the seasonal CSA fare.
A new report shows that growing income inequality is contributing to a decline in state tax revenues.
From Pre-Colombian sounds to hip-hop, Mexico's musical heritage is eclectic. To celebrate Mexican Independence Day and National Hispanic Heritage Month, test your knowledge of Mexican music.
Heating pads and other passive treatments don't do any good if the goal is gaining strength and mobility, according to the Choosing Wisely campaign. Instead, it's all about the exercise.
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told a Senate panel he supports the president's plan to combat Islamic State militants but that if it proved necessary, he would recommend U.S. ground forces.
Parts of the Affordable Care Act seek to curb states from setting their own mandates requiring insurers to cover specific care. But many state legislators are trying to work around the restrictions.
When his homebrew tasted bad, a college student decided to pursue microbiology. After more than a decade as a scientist, he's going back to brewing — but this time, he's moving up to bourbon.
An initiative launched with Maria Shriver's input is raising questions over how the hotel company pays its staff — and whether guests should be expected to tip.
Recently, we've been talking atheists, awe, science and religion at 13.7. Commentator Adam Frank is weighing in, saying it is the experience of awe that sets us on the road to science or spirituality.
Overall, there are fewer homeless veterans these days. But that good news is tempered by the growing number of homeless vets with families, including many women.
Some economists say this Thursday's vote on Scotland's independence could have wide-ranging economic impacts. They fear a breakaway from the U.K. could trigger another global financial upheaval.
My Brightest Diamond's busy and enigmatic singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist is a dizzying blur of creativity. Watch Q2 visit with Shara Worden in her Detroit home.