Alberta's leader is in Washington to lobby Congress and the administration to push ahead with the controversial pipeline.
Personality seems to play a key role in our lust for heat in our food. Research has found that thrill seekers tend to like the burn of a spicy meal, and the lure may be different for men and women.
As the country deals with what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is calling a record number of measles cases, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a rumored 2016 presidential contender, has jumped into the national debate on vaccines.
In many U.S. cities, a 21-mile round-trip commute can take a long time, but imagine if you had to make the journey on foot. The Detroit Free Press says that's exactly what James Robertson does every workday.
The United States is walking away from a decision to classify detailed statistics about the Afghan security forces.
Wyoming Sheriff Stephen Haskell says that when his deputies are on duty, they have to hang up their spurs.
English actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Stephen Fry have joined in a campaign to secure 49,000 pardons — most of which would be posthumous — for men convicted under Britain's now-defunct "gross indecency" law that made it a crime to be gay or bisexual.
"Return to Glory" — that's the celebratory headline The Boston Globe is using to describe Sunday night's remarkable fourth-quarter comeback by the New England Patriots, who defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 to win Super Bowl XLIX.
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, which, according to tradition, portends another six weeks of winter.
The video has attracted more than 23 million views (and the scorn of some critics) since it was posted one week ago. In it, Andersen performs an assortment of amazing shots, hitting moving objects and getting multiple (accurate) shots off as he runs and leaps.