US Home Sales Rebounded In September Despite Tight SupplyMore Americans bought homes in September despite a persistent shortage of properties for sale.
Snake Emerges From Car's Hood While Man Is DrivingA man got an unexpected surprise after a 6-foot-long snake popped out of the hood of his car while he was driving along a busy highway.
Those Tiny T. Rex Arms Appear Little Used, Researchers SayIt turns out The Field Museum's Tyrannosaurus, Sue, didn't use those tiny arms very much. At least that's the initial conclusion from a detailed look at the fossil's right forelimb.
Clinton Recruits Gore To Discuss Climate ChangeHillary Clinton is bringing in Al Gore, vice president during her husband's eight years in the White House, as her closer on climate change, as she struggles to appeal to young voters who consider the issue a priority.
Aftereffects Of Matthew To Linger In North CarolinaMatthew is long gone from the Atlantic coast, but the devastation lingered, most notably in North Carolina, where flooded cities tried to dry out and those downstream kept a close eye on rising rivers.
U.S. Farmers Make Foray Into Quinoa As Demand For Grain GrowsAmericans consume more than half the global production of quinoa, which totaled 37,000 tons in 2012. Yet quinoa fields are so rare in American farming that the total acreage doesn't show on an agricultural census.
Our Freezers Runneth Over: Explaining The U.S. Food SurplusWarehouses, distribution centers and grocery stores are overflowing with some food staples, such as milk, eggs and frozen fruits and vegetables, the result of increased production and decreased exports.
Obama, DiCaprio Team Up Against Climate ChangePresident Barack Obama and actor Leonardo DiCaprio teamed up on the White House South Lawn on Monday to sound a call for urgent action to combat climate change.
Cellphones Spill Into Yellowstone's Wilds Despite Park PlanAdventure seekers encounter untamed wilderness when they enter the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. A refuge from ringing cellphones? Not so much anymore.
Texas Beach Cleanup Yields Bowling Ball & Vampire TeethVolunteers helped pick up more than 86 tons of trash from Texas beaches this past weekend. Some of the items removed from the beaches included fireworks, baby strollers, a bowling ball and plastic vampire teeth.
9 States To Vote Soon On Expanding Legal Access To MarijuanaFrom California to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote November 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana.
D.C. Appeals Court Set To Hear Clean Power Plan CaseThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the Clean Power Plan, which aims to slow climate change by reducing power-plant emissions by one-third.