From Atlanta to Philadelphia and Washington to Los Angeles, officials have accused hundreds of educators of changing answers on tests or giving answers to
The past 10 years have been the safest decade to fly U.S. airliners, if you don't count terrorism.
This year could be one of the biggest New Year's Eve celebrations on 6th street, and Austin Police and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission are preparing.
It's been a disastrous year for elephants, perhaps the worst since ivory sales were banned in 1989 to save the world's largest land animals from extinction,
Now that the Harry Potter movies are over, Emma Watson can look forward to being noticed for something other than playing Hermione. But this might not be the
With the economy in dire straits, the number of applicants and possible applicants for President Barack Obama’s job shaped into a field of not-so-shy GOP
There's a tie for worst celebrity boy's name. Alicia Silverstone and her husband named their son Bear Blu Jarecki. And Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon named their
And the biggest hit at the box office this year was...
The city of Austin said Wednesday it is allocating $50,000 to help throw a family-friendly New Year's Eve Party.
A report released by a police group shows the number of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty this year has jumped 13 percent from the year
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are once again at the top of the admired list.
When Aaron Rodgers needs to rekindle the feelings that drove his rise from a junior college quarterback to Super Bowl MVP, he doesn't have to look too far.
Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand will be featured on the front page of Sports Illustrated's year-end issue as the 2011 Moment of the Year.
The 14-year-old Black was turned into a viral video celebrity after her parents paid a production company to make the music video for her.
Associated Press reviewers Christy Lemire and David Germain saw the same films in 2011, but they clearly weren't seeing the same pictures.
Abby Wambach, whose thunderous header in the final seconds of the Women's World Cup quarterfinals led the U.S. to an improbable victory and sparked a