For the fourth year in a row, Christmas ornaments have shown up on a tree along the New Jersey highway.
Food coloring from Dell's Maraschino Cherries Company changed the color of both the bees and their honey.
The medical device company Synthes Inc. pleaded guilty to conducting unauthorized tests of its bone cement on about 200 spinal surgery patients.
Clinton's trip follows on the heels of Sunday's WikiLeaks disclosures, which included documents with unflattering mentions of top Kazakh government officials.
A gunman killed himself and three others in what investigators believe to be a domestic dispute Tuesday.
Police said the grandmother threw her toddler granddaughter from a mall walkway, where she fell several stories to her death.
The study found that 70 percent of troops surveyed believed that repealing the law would have mixed, positive, or no effect.
While some people truly are seriously deficient in vitamin D, the average American in fact already has enough circulating in his or her blood — because we also make vitamin D from sun exposure, and because many people already take multivitamins or other D-containing dietary supplements.
Travis Craig's intensity has helped improve the Bruins wrestling program during his three years as head coach.
The Cougars beat Lyon College for the second time this season and moved to 8-1 on the season.
The commission will be the final government body to vote on the plan.
Radio and television station owners use their media to spread bigotry and hatred that could risk American lives.
Gov. Jay Nixon hand-picked the reporters he briefed on higher education funding two weeks ago. Everyone, not just journalists, should take offense.
Missouri junior guard Kim English grew up in Baltimore, just 39 miles from Georgetown, and he has played at the same recreation center as several Hoya greats.
People who work on LeMone Industrial Boulevard say they like the northward extension of Maguire Boulevard, and Mayor Bob McDavid said the project was key to bringing IBM to town.
The Tigers are ranked No. 9 in the AP poll and No. 11 in the USA Today/ESPN coaches' poll.
The city of Columbia and Boone County have completed their wish lists for projects they hope will win federal money. The projects include road extensions, airport and public transportation improvements and environmental infrastructure.
Ironically, Missouri's renewable energy standard is imperiled in the state legislature.