Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hopes to turn the News Feed into something more like a newspaper tailored to the particular interests of each user.
Ford said rust can weaken the mounting brackets that hold the removable seats to the van floor.
The St. Louis shortstop expects to miss the 2013 season because of injury.
Osama bin Laden's spokesman and son-in-law has been captured by the United States, officials said Thursday, in what a senior congressman called a "very significant victory" in the fight against al-Qaida.
Gov. Jay Nixon disapproves of a Missouri Senate bill that would gradually raise the state sales tax by one-half cent over five years.
A new study shows the world climate lurching from near-record cooling to a heat spike.
The caffeine helps a bee remember that the flower's scent promises a tasty payoff, increasing pollination.
The Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, currently in its 105th year, will close because of budget cuts at the end of the spring semester.
The legislation endorsed Thursday by a House panel would impose a $135 million annual cap on tax credits for historic renovation projects.
With fewer than 35 people still living in the Federal Emergency Management mobile homes, officials will move the center's services to a downtown Joplin YMCA.
The ACLU sued Missouri's Department of Corrections on behalf of two inmates after voters approved the amendment in August.
While Jimmie Johnson expressed displeasure at Carl Edwards driving during the race March 3 in Phoenix, the two NASCAR drivers prepare to race again this weekend in Las Vegas.
Newly proposed House legislation would prohibit the Revenue Department from scanning personal documents and transferring them to an out-of-state database.
A new bill would prevent bosses from firing or disciplining employees who do not disclose passwords for personal online services or accounts.
A new bill would prevent neighbors from filing nuisance lawsuits against farms or businesses. Some lawmakers worry it could bar neighbors from suing potent hog farms.
Several provisions in a new Republican alternative to Medicaid expansion has been met with resistance by Gov. Jay Nixon
A new bill on term limits would allow members of the General Assembly to spend up to 16 years in office, either split between chambers or in the same role.
A bill that allows past evidence of criminal behavior to be used in child sex abuse prosecutions passed the state House.
Initiative petitions would be subjected to more scrutiny in the General Assembly if a new bill passes the Senate. Initiatives that gather enough signatures would be part of a public hearing and a public comment period.
The general said he spent the last two years with Chavez, including his final moments, as Venezuela's president of 14 years battled an unspecified cancer in the pelvic region.