Also on the list of 6,500 new Scrabble words: aji (the pepper), coqui (the frog) and the more old-fashioned ixnay and zowee. Or you could just say yeesh — if you've got the right tiles.
Doug Hughes flew into Washington, D.C., on something resembling a hybrid bicycle and helicopter. He did it to protest money in politics, but he could face up to a decade in prison. He has no regrets.
The comments came in an interview with The Atlantic. The president also discussed the nuclear talks with Iran and his often-frosty relationship with Israel's political leadership.
Francesca Sinacori says police know the identity of the dealer, but no charges have been filed, 19 months after her son's death.
Rickie Lee Jones talks about a song from her new album, The Other Side Of Desire, along with New Orleans, Fats Domino, courage, proof of God's existence, Guardians of the Galaxy and creation itself.
Palmyra is a Unesco World Heritage site and there are concerns the extremists might destroy some of the priceless ruins.
In some counties in the South, almost 20 percent of adults have severe vision loss. And those communities are also likely to be among the nation's poorest. Lack of regular eye care is just one issue.
Around 21,000 gallons are believed to have entered coastal waters, after an oil pipeline ruptured along the Santa Barbara coast.
The results of a recent study in the journal Science about changing people's views on gay marriage turned out to be fabricated.
Donna Holland Barnes, president of the National Organization for People of Color against Suicide, discusses why, and what can be done.
The suicide rate among young black children has nearly doubled over the last two decades, even as it declined for white children.
Blockbusters like Ben-Hur were filmed at Cinecittà, a 100-acre movie metropolis, during its heyday. After decades of hard times, a tax credit has sparked a revival of "Hollywood on the Tiber."
The National Football Leage and owners agreed to make the play a little more dramatic, moving it from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line.
Janet Napolitano talks about a plan to freeze in-state tuition, and campus protests against Israel's occupation of the West Bank.
Nuñez brings the audience to its feet with the vibrant, Celtic-flavored music of his native Galicia.
The role of these volunteers has come under increased scrutiny after a Tulsa County reserve deputy killed a restrained man last month.
The Chinese psych band breathes in every sound to exhale a dazzling collage. The group members go through the minutiae of the everyday to reach enlightenment in a beautifully shot video.
The Senate has scheduled rare Saturday votes before lawmakers go on Memorial Day recess.
Patty Griffin turns an unreleased Karen Dalton song into a full-throated, gospel-tinged revelation with "All That Shines Is Not Truth."
Urban orchards are dropping everything from apples to avocados on Seattle, Bloomington, Ind., Boston and several other cities. Advocates say orchards can have longer lasting impact than gardens.