David Boeri's report begins in the San Salvador medical examiner’s receiving room, where the youth of El Salvador are on display.
Iraqi Kurdish forces say they have broken the siege at Mount Sinjar, where thousands of minority Yazidis have been trapped for months.
One of the darkest, most controversial — and most successful characters in professional wrestling history — is also known as Santa Mick.
Is Christmas good for the economy? That's the conventional thinking, but we examine the arguments from economists who say otherwise.
Barbara Scrivner, one of the eight pardoned, served 20 years of a 30-year sentence for conspiracy to manufacture and distribute meth.
ABC news political director Rick Klein joins us for a look at what the president is expected to cover.
We have the chemical menthol to thank for the wonderful mouth-feel of peppermint. Scientists now know that menthol fools the brain by activating receptors involved with sensing cold.
In a statement, the FBI said it is "deeply concerned" about the "destructive nature of this attack on a private-sector entity."
In a 2001 session, Shearing and host Marian McPartland reminisce about seasons gone by and play holiday songs, including "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and "Away In A Manger."
Three groups from across ideological lines say a congressional investigation into ties between the EPA and the Natural Resources Defense Council seems intended to intimidate.
Patients escape. Long gloves, chlorine and toilets are in short supply. Despite promises of international aid, the essentials of medical care are still missing at one Sierra Leone treatment center.
On this week's show: Chris Rock's Top Five, mix tapes and loved music, and what's making us happy this week.
Bill Hillmann was convinced that Ernest Hemingway wrote The Sun Also Rises for him, and him alone.
What do you do when your family's family business, forces you to choose between loyalty to your history, and loyalty to yourself?
Glynn's parents hire a babysitter, but little do they know, he is more than just a babysitter.
The interim outline indicates that such factors as access, affordability and student outcomes will be key to the system first announced by President Obama in 2013.
Nature and nurture both matter, and having love and support from parents early on makes make academic and social success as an adult more likely, a study finds. But a child's temperament matters too.
Soccer's governing body also announced that it would not revisit the bidding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, because there were no legal grounds to do so.
The publisher makes peace with Amazon — and takes the opportunity to vent some frustration. Also: Paulo Coelho offers to buy The Interview off Sony.