It's designed to end 50 years of bloody conflict between the Colombian government and the rebel group FARC that has killed more than 220,000 people.
Chronic insomnia affects about 8 to 10 percent of Americans, and alters how people feel and perform during the day.
Homeowners are fleeing high-cost states like California for cheaper states like Arizona and Texas.
From "Nixon's The One" To "El Corrido de Hillary Clinton," an odd subgenre of music raises its head every four years: the endorsement song. It's part commercial jingle, part aspirational anthem.
Unable to continue work as a carpenter after his eyesight started to deteriorate, Robert Finley fell back on his dream: singing and playing guitar.
Native Americans make up less than 1 percent of students in college. Many say they feel invisible, without access to elite campuses. One program helps them leverage their heritage and identity.
Peter Berg discusses his new film, which recreates the final hours of the oil rig that exploded and sank, causing the BP oil spill. Eleven rig workers died trying to prevent the disaster.
Though Olsen sets pain and frustration to music in her latest album, critic Ken Tucker says it's clear that the singer is "very much in control of her emotions and her life."
Greg Kelly wanted out of corporate America for a lifestyle better suited to raising a family. So he and his wife launched Alabama's only sheep dairy. "We feel like we're really living now," she says.
Wells Fargo staff secretly opened millions of unauthorized accounts to meet lofty sales targets. A class-action suit has been filed on behalf of employees who obeyed the law and failed to meet quotas.
FBI data show seven cities are largely responsible for the increase in murders last year. Experts said homicides and other violence remain at low rates compared with a crime wave from 20 years ago.