Astronaut captures typhoon
Floating high above the Earth, astronaut Karen Nyberg pointed her camera at a swirling white cloud spreading across the planet. Little did she know the devastation that was unfurling beneath.
USAF sends 29 satellites to space
Look to the heavens along the East Coast on Tuesday night, and you might be able to see the Air Force blast 29 satellites into orbit at once.
Delaying immigration vote immoral?
Debbie Wasserman Schultz says all Republicans who oppose immigration reform should talk with the people who fasted for immigration rights and see firsthand who is affected by inaction.
If you wish, a camera can lie
When photography first became a method to document events, both large and small, more than a century ago, there was a certain understanding that what one was seeing in a picture was more or less what happened.
'Stay out of jail free' card?
Experts say health care could help former inmates stay out of jail. Whether the infrastructure is in place to support those dreams is another question.
Obamacare special treatment?
Congress' tangled relationship with the Affordable Care Act entered another phase Monday, raising a new question about whether lawmakers are really experiencing the exchanges the way other Americans do.
Doomed economic recovery?
David Frum says it's no time to be celebrating an economic rebound despite last week's GDP and jobs news
Was Mandela a feminist?
Long regarded as an icon of peace and reconciliation for bringing an end to apartheid, Nelson Mandela was loved and celebrated all over the world. But in his fight for ultimate freedom, he also devoted himself to another cause -- the empowerment of women.
Don't feed backyard bears
A woman was just mauled by a bear. Coyotes and wolves are increasing in number. The best way to keep wildlife away is to make sure they're afraid of us.
Nets' Pierce, Garnett top former coach Rivers
Andray Blatche and Joe Johnson each scored 21 points in the Brooklyn Nets' 102-93 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, making Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett winners in their first matchup with Doc Rivers.
Redskins: RG III still starter entering 2014
The Washington Redskins made it clear they will be thrilled if quarterback Kirk Cousins plays well the final three games. They also made it clear nothing would change entering next season.
Texas' Brown: My situation hasn't changed
Texas Longhorns coach Mack Brown said Thursday he has no interest in discussing his future or campaigning for his job and that he plans to meet with new athletic director Steve Patterson and university president Bill Powers about his future.
Kobe fires back at Brown's culture remarks
Two days after Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown said Kobe Bryant was "somewhat confused about culture" and criticized Bryant's treatment of former teammate Shaquille O'Neal, Bryant responded to the comments.
Sources: Raptors working on Lowry to Knicks
The Raptors, fresh off the weekend deal that dispatched Rudy Gay to Sacramento, are trying to construct a trade that routes point guard Kyle Lowry to the Knicks, according to sources with knowledge of the discussions.
Megatron to show Elam 'old man's strength'
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson chuckled when asked about the comments from Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam, who called the three-time Pro Bowler "pretty old" on Wednesday.
Source: Joba, Tigers agree on 1-year deal
Once thought of as a New York Yankees star of the future, Joba Chamberlain agreed to a one-year deal with the Detroit Tigers on Thursday, sources told ESPN's Buster Olney.
Texas A&M finalizes Sumlin's six-year deal
Texas A&M's board of regents approved coach Kevin Sumlin's new six-year contract during a special telephonic meeting Thursday and the deal includes a handsome raise and a hefty buyout for the sixth-year head coach.