For the first time since Thursday's shooting, Kenneth Toney walks on the river-walk near the Navy Reserve Center, Wednesday.
Photos posted on social media by members and supporters of ISIS showing their babies dressed up as militants and holding weapons have outraged many observers in the U.S., but the images are merely one illustration of the terrorist group’s treatment of children as props, soldiers, and executioners.
According to a new report, parents are shelling out more money to pay for their children’s college educations.
July 1969. It's a little over eight years since the flights of Gagarin and Shepard, followed quickly by President Kennedy's challenge to put a man on the moon before the decade is out.
Off the coast of South Africa, a surfer had a terrifying encounter with two sharks during a surfing competition. However, rather than flee, he chose to fight them off.
Health-care spending on children grew at a much faster pace than the overall U.S. population over a three-year span, driven in part by an increase in hospital admissions for newborn babies, according to a new study.
Many Americans were concerned about Islamic extremism and ISIS even before the shootings in Chattanooga, but now the latest poll from Pew Research shows some 53 percent of people said they are very concerned about it in the U.S.
Following the shooting in Chattanooga Thursday, an images of the glass doors of the targeted military establishments punctured with bullet holes began circulating.
A man who has spent the last 24 years hunting for the Loch Ness Monster has reportedly concluded that the creature may just be a giant catfish.
San Bernardino National Forest confirms that fire is now more than 3,500 acres. 20 vehicles destroyed, 10 others badly damaged.
Wildland firefighters across the West capture images that show the terrible beauty of fire season.