<p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
Oliver Sacks, the neurologist and popular author of "Awakenings," died Sunday of cancer.
Tens of thousands of eager Burners flood into a patch of Nev. desert known as the "playa."
A hiker who didn't die in the wilderness is among this week's most uplifting stories.
Only 2 percent of kindergarten and preschool teachers are male, one advocacy group notes.
While ending birthright citizenship has become a hot political issue, it's extremely unlikely to happen.
Woman tells police she tried to drown a third child, but was stopped by family members.
Report: Mother of drowned twins questioned
At memorial, WDBJ-TV station manager says there's "no stigma" on help for mental illness.
Authorities reluctantly gave a green light to a select number of food trucks for a year.
Service honors three firefighters who died while battling the Okanogan Complex blazes.
European leaders stressed the need to set up "hot spots" in Greece and Italy to register immigrants.
Prosecutors and law enforcement officials say numbers are "unique" and troubling.
Sheriff links the shooting to backlash over recent killings of unarmed blacks by cops.
The Obama administration renames Mount McKinley to its original name, Denali.
Reports say Islamic State militants set off an explosion at the Bel Temple.
Thousands who sought refuge after the Gulf Coast's hurricane have found new lives.
Unplugged this weekend? We've got you covered. Here's what happened:
Tom Vucurevich, heir to a banking fortune, can't repay millions owed to creditors.
Unusually strong storm system brings down trees and causes power outages.