Identical twins Julian and Adrian Riester were born seconds apart 92 years ago. They died hours apart this week.
Italian automaker Fiat agreed Thursday to buy the US Treasury's 6 percent interest in Chrysler for $500 million.
A 73-year-old man's shooting rampage in towns near the Arizona border left six people dead Thursday, including the suspect and the attorney who represented his ex-wife in their divorce.
Remains of ten US soldiers were found more than 150 years later after they were killed in an 1846 battle in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey, archaeologists said Thursday.
It went on and on and on. Five spellers who seemingly had memorized the entire dictionary simply could not be stumped with any word tossed their way. It was getting late, way past bedtime and well beyond the time slot allotted by ESPN for its telecast.
Sony Corp. is fully restoring its PlayStation Network in the US,Europe and parts of Asia on Thursday after hackers stole customer data and sent services offline in April.
Massachusetts officials say four people are dead after at least two tornadoes swept through western and central parts of the state.
A large grass fire was burning on a NASA property in Houston in the US State of Texas Wednesday, according to local media reports.
Most Americans have never lied about their age, would find it easier to live without air travel than the Internet and in matters of the heart are romantics, according to a new survey.
An Egyptian banker became the second leader of global finance in recent weeks to face charges of sexually assaulting a hotel maid.
A woman who accused two New York City police officers of rape says she's "devastated and disappointed" they were convicted only of a misdemeanor for official misconduct. But she says public opinion "will be the ultimate verdict."
Astronauts aboard space shuttle Endeavour tested their ship's landing systems in preparation for an early Wednesday touchdown at the Kennedy Space Center.