Six weeks after Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed he had fathered a child out of wedlock, his wife Maria Shriver filed divorce papers Friday to end their marriage of 25 years.
From Arizona to Florida, there will be fewer oohs and aahs at the rockets' red glare this Fourth of July: Many cities and counties across the nation's drought-stricken southern tier are banning fireworks because of the risk of wildfires
The Atlantis mission that will be launched by NASA on July 8 will not be an end to the space age, as some media suggest.
News Corp has sold Myspace for $35 million, a fraction of what it paid for the once-hot social media site even as a new generation of Web-based start-ups is enjoying sky-high valuations.
The US Department of Energy has sealed off access to two reactors at a former nuclear weapons plant near the South Carolina-Georgia border.
James Miller takes a break from posing as mickey mouse for tips from tourists in an alcove away from the crowds along the strip, saturday, June 25, 2011, in Las Vegas. The number of celebrity impersonators crowding the Las Vegas strip has grown in recent months, in part because the stalled economy has left many actors and performers in california and las vegas without a job.
US pediatricians want to ban junk food ads aimed at children, saying that they conspire with sedentary activities like watching television and playing video games to make kids fat.
Gay couples will be able to marry in New York state from July 25, and New York City hopes to woo them with an 'NYC I DO' campaign as officials prepare for an expected deluge of weddings.
Supporters of California's gay marriage ban are appealing a ruling that a US judge's own gay relationship was no basis for tossing out his decision in support of same-sex marriage.
What is believed to be the only surviving authenticated portrait of Billy the Kid went up for auction in Denver on Saturday and sold for $2.3 million.
Michael Jackson fans paid their respects on Saturday to the late King of Pop on the second anniversary of his shock death.
With a police raid in the early hours of June 28, 1969, the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan became the birthplace of the gay and lesbian rights movement in the United States.