Mandela Signer 'Moving His Hands ... but There Was no Meaning'
Man signing on stage for Mandela memorial was a 'fake,' South African deaf federation says
How Missing Nevada Family Survived 2 Days in Subzero Temps
Two adults, four kids faced freezing temperatures as they waited for rescuers.
Snow Days Still The Best, Even for Adults
Get inspiration for your snow day from the best snow movies of all time.
GM's New CEO Mary Barra: 11 Surprising Facts
First female leader of major car company is exceptional by any measure.
Man Who Allegedly Pranked NFL, NBA Coaches Arrested
Kenneth Edward Tarr, 32, was arrested and charged with felony eavesdropping.
Mandela Memorial Attracts Kings, Queens, Dictators, Presidents
President Obama to join world royalty, leaders at Mandela's memorial.
Nelson Mandela Dead at 95
Anti-Apartheid icon served as South Africa's president after years in prison.
Mandela: 'A South African Lincoln'
Author John Carlin says Nelson Mandela united a nation through a rugby game.
Rescuers Battle Sub-Zero Temps for Lost Plane, Survivors
Plane carrying Silicon Valley CEO, family disappeared on Sunday.
Slain American Teacher in Benghazi 'Always Put the Students First'
Ronnie Smith leaves behind a wife and son; FBI is investigating killing.
Mystery Deepens for Yale Prof Who Died in Lockup
Samuel See died in jail just hours after he was arrested for a domestic dispute.
Why Is Jameis Winston, FSU Quarterback, Under Investigation?
Everything you need to know before police news conference today.
Will Any Heads Roll Over Obamacare Rollout Problems?
HealthCare.gov improved, but Obama cites "poor execution."
Police Find Stolen Truck With Radioactive Cargo
The truck's cargo container was empty, an official said.
Celeb Chef Nigella Lawson Admits Cocaine Use
Lawson is testifying in a fraud trial against her former personal assistants.
Train Wreck Conductor Reportedly in 'Daze': Is 'Highway Hypnosis' Real?
Can long, mundane stretches of driving lull you into a trance-like state?
Struggling High School Receives Much Needed Hope, Help
Philadelphia high school was one of the most dangerous schools in the U.S.
Meningitis Outbreak at UC Santa Barbara
Four students infected, one student had both legs amputated.
The 25 Healthiest States in 2013
Find out if you live in one of the healthiest states of 2013.
Photos Inside Air Force One: Obamas, Bushes, Clinton Share Ride to Africa
Photos from White House photographer Pete Souza reveal private moments on AF1.
Silence After a Stillbirth Is Deafening, Painful: Parents
Parents say doctors, friends and family can be insensitive, making hurt worse.
49ers Asking Businesses to Change Hours for Monday Night Football
There's not enough parking space for night games at the new stadium.
Faux Pas? Obama Poses for Selfie at Mandela Memorial
Did Obama breach memorial etiquette? Judge for yourself!
It's Not Delivery, It's Alleged Cow Abuse at DiGiorno Supplier
Animal rights group alleges "culture of cruelty" at Wisconsin farm.
Stories That Make Us Believe in Santa Again
They include an airline's holiday surprise and a generous 'Secret Santa.'
Houseguest Probed for Possibly Preying on the Elderly
Patricia Rodriguez is charged with burglary and forgery.
This App Will Help You Get Free Apple Goodies
For the first time, Apple to offer its 12 Days of free gifts to U.S. users.
Poll: Pope Francis Vastly Popular Among Catholics
American Catholics may be celebrating Advent with extra gusto this month, welcoming the Christmas holiday under the...
In Eulogy, Obama Lauds Mandela as 'Great Liberator' of 20th Century
Obama urges the world to continue Mandela's life work for justice and equality.
Obama, Bush, Hillary Clinton Share a Ride on Air Force One
The rare get-together made for some unique sleeping arrangements.
Sales Reveal Americans' Love of Diet Beverages Going Flat
For nine straight years, sales of carbonated beverages have been dropping.
Doctors Group Backs Tougher Rules Targeting Prescription Drug Abuse
Drug overdoses kill more Americans than car accidents on highways, the CDC says.
Clinton Reveals Insights From 'True Friend' Mandela
Since leaving office, Clinton has traveled to South Africa nearly every year.
Sites Match Potential Co-Parents, Skip Love and Marriage
Rachel Hope is looking for a coparent to help raise the baby she plans to have.
Cook Survives 3 Days in Air Pocket of Sunken Ship
He spent more than 60 hours in complete darkness, fearing sharks.
Woman Seriously Injured in Rare Bear Attack
The woman was hospitalized and underwent emergency surgery for her injuries.
Sticker Shock: Investigating the High Cost of Simple Blood Tests
Kathy Meinhardt understands business. She runs a small graphic arts business out of her home in Northern California. But...
Does Taking Photos Ruin Your Memory?
A new study says more photos you take, the less detail in your memory.
Woman Pulls 'Shawshank Redemption' and Claws Her Way Out of Locked Bathroom
"I felt hopelessness. I felt like I was going to die..." Karen Perrin said.
Obamacare Report Card: Progress, But Long Climb Ahead
The White House has released its latest report card on Obamacare enrollment.
Paul Ryan, Statesman or Sellout?
By RICK KLEIN (@rickklein) Just about everything you need to know about the position and predicament of the Republican Party...
Pa. Boy Suspended for Imaginary Weapon
Fifth-grader was suspended for pretending to shoot imaginary bow and arrow.
Pit Bull Thwarts Mail Delivery for Over a Year
Mail carriers have avoided a street in Concord, N.H., due to Levi the pit bull.
Hidden Rupert Murdoch Insult Published in His Own Paper
Eagle-eyed readers found a message hidden in a word search.
Rep. Ann Kuster Appears Baffled by Benghazi Question
Rep. Ann Kuster, a freshman Democrat from New Hampshire, tripped up when asked to explain her position on the Benghazi...
Pope Francis Credits Nun With Saving His Life
The Pope tells how a clever nun saved his life when he was sick as a young man.
Obama, Castro Handshake Was Spontaneous
An unprecedented handshake between the two Cold War adversaries.
Watch: Family Survives Brutal Arctic-Like Cold in Northern Nevada
Four children and two adults found after they went missing Sunday in the mountains of Nevada.
Full Episode: World News 12/09: Wintry Weather Snarls the Nation
Also, drugs are killing more people than car accidents plus Nelson Mandela's daugher speaks about her father.
Photos: Nelson Mandela's Life, Family, Imprisonment in Photos
The life of former South Africa President Nelson Mandela.