The Raelians, an international UFO sect, claims it has cloned a human baby. What is known about the group and its members?
The much-anticipated second installment of the Lord Of The Rings series opens Wednesday. Why is there so much excitement?
On Dec. 5, U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-SC) turned 100. How did he celebrate the milestone?
Journals, a book culled from the journal entries of Kurt Cobain, recently hit bookstores.
New York is inthe running to host the 2012 Summer Games.
Last week, Winona Ryder was convicted of shoplifting $5,500 worth of merchandise from a Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue. What are the terms of ...
October marked the 25th anniversary of the 1977 plane crash that claimed the lives of three Lynyrd Skynyrd members. How are fans marking the occasion?
Losing readers to Maxim and other "lad" magazines, Playboy plans a major editorial overhaul.
An elusive sniper continues to terrorize the Washington area. How are Americans responding to the threat of random shootings?
The 2002 Nobel Prize winners were announced last week in Stockholm, Sweden.
After years of heavy smoking, rapper Snoop Dogg recently announced that he is giving up marijuana. What has the rapper been up to since quitting?
Author Stephen King recently announced he will quit writing after publishing five more books. How does the King Of Horror plan to spend his retirement?
The details of General Electric CEO Jack Welch's lavish retirement package recently became public, sparking public outrage.
Last week, McDonald's announced plans to cook its french fries and other fried foods in a lower-fat oil. What other changes are in store?
Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. How are we commemorating the occasion?
The nation has been hit with a rash of child abductions. What are federal officials recommending to reduce the risk?
The Major League Baseball players union has set a strike deadline of Aug. 30. What are the players' demands?
From Jennifer Lopez to Delta Burke to 'N Sync's Chris Kirkpatrick, many celebrities are releasing their own signature clothing lines.
The deadly, mosquito-borne West Nile virus is spreading across the U.S. What are health officials doing to fight the outbreak?
On July 24, a lawsuit was filed against the fast-food industry for causing obesity and other health problems.