Six months after the neighborhood of Breezy Point in Queens, New York, suffered a devastating fire and flooding during Superstorm Sandy, most of the debris has been cleared, but residents are still struggling to rebuild.
Theirs are the faces behind the numbers. A hard-working college student. A fun-loving 2-year-old.
Social breakdown fuels sexual violence and its aftermath in disaster-ravaged tent cities
Photojournalist Kuni Takahashi returned to his native Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami to talk to the survivors.
Iraqis describe life in their country after eight years after the US invasion
View a panoramic image of the National Sept. 11 Memorial.
View a 360 degree panoramic image of the National September 11 Memorial
The Ice Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center celebrates its 75 year as one of the most visited attraction in New York City.
View an interactive 3-D image of Times Square at night.
The White House first learned of a draft report detailing abuses by IRS officials in targeting conservative groups in late April, though the top administration spokesman maintained on Monday that President Barack Obama was not notified of the emerging controversy at that time.
Posnanski: Albert Pujols' at-bats used to be buzzworthy, must-watch events. Now, they're not. Here's the result of his struggles the past few years.
The sitcom remains a classic, and characters such as Sam, Diane, Norm and Cliff are still fondly remembered.
A long-term study released Monday finds men diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as children are twice as likely to be overweight or obese as those who never had the disorder. The results may surprise some parents since ADHD medications can suppress appetite.
A one-way trip to Mars sounds like something you'd wish on your worst enemy — yet more than 78,000 people have paid up to $75 for a chance to die on another planet. Three hopeful voyagers explain why.
It’s been a long time since scofflaw drinkers were forced to resort to bathtub gin. But after whipping up a batch of diluted grain alcohol flavored with juniper berry concentrate for about 40 curious students at a Moonshine University class in Louisville this winter, Colin Blake celebrated the end of Prohibition.