Julie Hamp, who became the automaker's head of public relations in April, allegedly mailed herself a package containing oxycodone pills, declaring the contents to be a necklace.
The two men escaped from a New York prison almost two weeks ago. The list, the agency said, is reserved for the "worst of the worst."
A family and a smuggler talk about how the smuggling market works on the Egyptian coast. It can run up to $5,000 a person, but kids go for free.
Cosmologist Sean Carroll tackles a deceptively simple question: Why does time exist at all? The potential answers point to a surprising view of the nature of the universe, and our place in it.
Psychologist Laura Carstensen says that as people get older, they usually become less stressed and more content.
Dan Gilbert shares research on what he calls the "end of history illusion," where we think the person we are right now is the person we'll be for the rest of time. Hint: that's not the case.
Poet Rives explores why "four-in-the-morning" has become popular shorthand for the strangest hour of the day.
Director Cesar Kuriyama shoots one second of video every day as part of an ongoing project to remember the special moments of his life.
The American chestnut is poised to return — as a bionic, blight-resistant tree. Scientists hope to plant about 10,000 transgenic plantlets to pollinate trees in the "wild."
Planned Parenthood has an app that offers discreet help for Californians seeking to get tested for chlamydia or gonorrhea.
The community began to try to pick up the pieces, after a gunman entered a historically black church, opened fire and killed nine people.
A touchdown ball from the AFC championship is being sold. The New England Patriots beat the Indianapolis Colts — accused of deflating footballs to gain advantage. The ball now is properly inflated.
British classical pianist Paul Lewis was heading into rehearsal when a seagull dove at him. He ducked, stumbled and put out a hand to break his fall. He sprained a finger, and will miss a festival.