Up in the Northwoods region of Wisconsin is a county whose voters are remarkably good at picking presidents.
Warmer weather and more daylight mean increased opportunities for outdoor activities, like golfing, biking and swimming, that require greater fitness levels than most sedentary winter pastimes. Spring often serves as a wake-up call to get in shape quickly, so we can enjoy the time outside with confidence and comfort.
Moms-to-be have yet another reason to snub out their cigarettes: A new study links smoking while pregnant to changes in the fetus's DNA.
Tracy Morgan said he had an out-of-body experience in which he spoke to his father Jimmy Morgan Sr. in heaven.
A company is voluntarily recalling frozen broccoli cuts sold in 11 states over fears of Listeria contamination.
Tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan flared again Saturday, with 18 Armenian and 12 Azerbaijani troops killed in fighting, state media reports say.
Millions here in the Northeast are waking up to bitter cold and even snow on the first Monday in April.
Families who lost loved ones to football speak out about the dangers of contact sports for children.
During a four year period starting in 2008, executives of two sham cancer charities paid themselves and their fundraisers more than $65 million, according to figures released by the Federal Trade Commission.
Planes, trains and ferries: It's Monday and a transportation edition of the 5 things you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door:
You can dramatically reduce your chances of having heart disease or dying from heart disease if you do six simple things.
Death is a certainty in life, but premature death has become less of a certainty in the United States, according to a new study.
Indian police have arrested four top members of the construction company building a highway overpass in Kolkata that collapsed this week, killing 27 people.
The family of the pilot who crashed his Germanwings plane killing all on board, placed a newspaper notice calling him "lovable and precious."
Westlake Chemical Corp. said Monday it is raising its bid for Axiall Corp. to $23.35 per share in cash and stock from an initial price of $20.00 per share.