Who owns the copyright of a monkey's self-portrait? Wikimedia says no one does, but lawyers and photographers disagree
At a camp called Seeds of Peace, Israelis and Palestinians are among the teens learning the power of dialogue
How Action Park came to be known as "Accident Park" & "Class-Action Park"
The discovery of damaged coral far from the spill's epicenter signals widespread damage.
Food safety scandal surrounding McDonald's No. 1 meat supplier spreads stateside, as workers allege widespread violations at OSI's West Chicago plant as well
A paper reporting the discovery of 108 genetic links to schizophrenia is published on the same day that Ted Stanley donates $650 million to fund psychiatric research.
A leaked intel report prepared by the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) may shed new light on what is driving the immigration crisis
15-year-old Cassidy Stay spoke on Saturday about the parents and siblings she lost last week, when her ex-uncle went on a shooting rampage in her home
Giving up on legislation for now, House GOP leader John Boehner is pushing a lawsuit against the president
Hazard level rises to 70, as third bull running of San Fermin 2014 results in 2 gorings and 3 other severe injuries
The president's overture comes as he's requesting money to deal with a humanitarian crisis on the border