New York City's famous Algonquin Hotel celebrates the birthday of its resident cat, Matilda, with a feline fashion show.
Searchers canvassing the Hudson River for missing kayaker Ian Jones found a male body matching his description around noon on Monday. Jones, 32, the boyfriend of singer Annie Lennox's daughter, Tali Lennox Fruchtmann, has been missing since the couple's kayak capsized Saturday in Dutchess County in upstate New York.
After a disappointing few months in which she exited Wimbledon and the French Open early, two-time grand slam winner Petra Kvitova has been diagnosed with mononucleosis.
David Beckham scored a goal for parents Monday, striking back against all the critics who tell us they know how to parent our children better than we do.
Malaysia has said it will send a team to the Maldives to inspect debris found on the Indian Ocean archipelago to determine whether it might be related to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Authorities investigating last year's downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine are examining what could be surface-to-air missile parts that were found in the area, a Dutch-led prosecution team said Tuesday.
Far from cowering, keen Idaho hunter Sabrina Corgatelli has been flaunting her kills, posting verses from the Bible apparently to justify her hunting ways.
Can so-called conservation hunting actually benefit wildlife? Or is the killing of endangered animals for sport unconscionable, no matter what?
The death of a celebrity often makes the headlines, but it is less common that the death of wild animal has the same effect. However, it appears that the entire world has mourned the loss of Cecil the lion, killed on a private game reserve bordering a national park in Zimbabwe. But is the recent barrage of attacks on trophy hunting, and the U.S. dentist who killed Cecil, justified?
The killing of Cecil the lion was a blow to researchers who fear for his cubs' future -- but many in Zimbabwe see lions as a threat.