Russian President Vladimir Putin phoned his U.S. counterpart, Barack Obama, on Friday to discuss the tenuous situation in Ukraine -- the latest exchange between two leaders who have been at loggerheads about what's happened and what should happen next.
Stephen Colbert may make his career mocking people, but this time he says he didn't go as far as the outraged Internet believes.
Three weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flights 370 set off from Kuala Lumpur, search aircraft set off Saturday from Australia -- hoping to, finally, find the Boeing 777 in the southern Indian Ocean where experts now believe it ended up.
The dreary slog to comb through the surreal aftermath of the landslide that devastated part of Washington state became even drearier and messier on Friday, with persistent rain and strong winds adding to searchers' already daunting challenges.
After weeks of false leads, there's still no sign of Flight 370. Tom Foreman reports on the rising costs of the search.
A 14-year-old's science fair project concluded the government could save millions by changing their font on documents.
Look at the letters in these words. Really look at them: the shape of the circle that makes the "o" and the roundness of the "c."
Defense attorneys representing accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev said in a Friday court filing the FBI asked his older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, to be an FBI informant and report on the Chechen and Muslim communities in Boston.
Can graphic design help protect your privacy? Sang Mun, a designer and former NSA contractor, thinks so.
Michigan State had to fend off a pesky Virginia team that wouldn't let up to make the Elite Eight with a 61-59 win.
It required a Herculean second-half effort for Kentucky to beat in-state rival Louisville 74-69 to advance to the Elite Eight.
Here's a sentence you haven't seen much, if at all, this midterm election year: President Obama is ending the week on a high note.
He's baaaaack. The defiant and combative Chris Christie that reporters knew from the past returned in full spring bloom on Friday, now that a report he commissioned cleared him of wrongdoing in the George Washington Bridge lane closure controversy.
A house that tracks your every movement through your car and automatically heats up before you get home. A toaster that talks to your refrigerator and announces when breakfast is ready through your TV. A toothbrush that tattles on kids by sending a text message to their parents.
It required a Herculean second-half effort for Kentucky to beat in-state rival Louisville 74-69 to advance to the Elite 8.