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Searching living rooms and stair closets wears thin after five or ten times. There are more adventurous egg trails out there.
Endangered cultural sites are the stars of the annual International Day for Monuments and Sites -- more commonly known as World Heritage Day -- on April 18.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton announces she is expecting her first child this year at an event in New York.
Consternación en el mundo de la música por el fallecimiento de José "Cheo" Feliciano, en un accidente de auto.
Virtual "killing sprees" in Iran and Iraq led to a spike in the number of executions globally last year, according to Amnesty International, at odds with a steady decline in the use of the death penalty around the world over the last two decades.
Columbus Short's wife swears the "Scandal" actor threatened to kill her and himself with a knife last week.
Chicago may bring to mind corrupt politicians and rampant gang violence. However, that's not how many Chicagoans see their city.
Ignoring threats from gangs, a young couple is transforming a violent Chicago neighborhood by helping kids play.
Frans Hofmeester made a time-lapse video by filming his son Vince every week, from birth until 11 years old.
Almost 300 ferry passengers -- many high school students -- remain missing, but rescuers hope that air pockets within the ship can keep them alive.
If you ever find yourself in Hunan, China, rent a car and drive the Jishou-Chadong Expressway: 18 tunnels under the Wuling mountains that culminate at the Aizhai Bridge, a gut-churning 1,150-foot-high suspension bridge over the Dehang Canyon. It's a man-made wonder, the world's highest (and maybe even scariest) tunnel-to-tunnel bridge -- and yet it ranks only 15th among the world's longest suspension bridges.
One year ago, death and devastation came to the town of West, Texas, when a fertilizer plant exploded. Today the town is more united than ever.