For years, teenagers across the US could call a toll-free hotline if they had embarrassing questions about AIDS and safe sex.
A kindergartener who brought a loaded gun Tuesday to his Houston elementary school was among three students injured when it fired after falling from his pocket
Bulldozers prepare to demolish the Lands End mansion in Sands Point, New York in this handout taken April 16, 2011 and released April 18, 2011.
The United States Federal aviation officials say another air traffic controller has been suspended, this time for watching a movie when he was supposed to be monitoring aircraft.
The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times each won two coveted Pulitzer Prizes for journalism, and for the first time no award was given for breaking news coverage.
Officials say a 16-year-old girl has survived a fall from San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.
The Los Angeles Times won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday for exposing a salary scandal in Bell City which led to the indictment of eight people.
Residents were being evacuated from their homes when wildfire burned thousands of acres of land in southwest Texas Sundday
Three days of violent storms and tornadoes across the southern United States killed at least 43 people, wrecked hundreds of buildings and downed power lines
In Latin America there are 600,000 people infected with the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and about 50 percent of them receive treatment.
North Carolina is hardest hit by a storm system that spawned dozens of tornadoes from Oklahoma to Virginia and left at least 45 people dead.
Brutal spring storms kept up their fury as they raged across the US East Coast on Saturday, killing more than a half dozen people in North Carolina and Virginia.