Finally, Olympic gold for Germany's Natalie Geisenberger.
Here's my token picture of spring training. I am not Ansel Adams, but I'm better than Larry Stone. Hopefully the pics will improve.
Alaska Airlines says it's adding nonstop daily flights between Seattle and New Orleans, Tampa and Detroit.
Need personalized recommendations for a new restaurant suited to your taste? A cooking class from one of your favorite chefs, or a pop-up dinner that you're likely to enjoy? Yes, we have to say it, there is an app for that. Sosh, a "concierge" service providing targeted suggestions for interesting t
Where just months ago Republicans brimmed with pride over Chris Christie's landslide re-election, doubts about his prospects as a potential presidential candidate have begun creeping into the minds of some donors in key states, according to some GOP fundraisers.
In “Love Illuminated,” Daniel Jones, editor of The New York Times’ popular Modern Love column, takes a look at relationships through the prism of the essays he has edited over the last decade.
As police responded to a deadly car crash, they noticed an increasingly familiar sight: a remote-controlled aircraft, equipped with a video camera, hovering over the wreckage.
Located on Vine Street, Temple’s star, among many others, was put into storage because of damage from tree roots.
The Puyallup teen accused of unintentionally shooting and killing a 13-year-old friend will be released to his parents as the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office reviews evidence, Prosecutor Mark Lindquist said today.
President Barack Obama says companies that explore business possibilities in Iran do so at their own risk. He says if they violate sanctions against Tehran, the U.S. will come down on them "like a ton of bricks."
As a child actress, Shirley Temple was noted for being able to cry on cue for a movie scene. In a 1999 interview, she explained how she did it:
Lee Sang-hwa burst off the line with a flawless start. She built up speed with each stride on the front straightway -- her arms swinging powerfully, her body low to the ice.
"The Red-Haired Alibi," 1932.
Syrian peace talks appeared bogged down Tuesday, with the U.N. mediator acknowledging little progress has been achieved and the two sides failing even to agree on an agenda to move negotiations forward.
The U.S. government has picked a Google subsidiary to run and renovate a federal airfield that is frequently used for the personal flights of the Internet company's billionaire executives.
Sprint Corp., the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier, said Tuesday its fourth-quarter loss shrunk, helped by the addition of more wireless devices to its network.
U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Rajiv Shah says changes to the way the United States distributes food aid could help feed 800,000 more people abroad, many of them Syrian refugees.