Six days after a destructive tornado touched down in Moore, Okla., killing 24 people, injuring more than 370 and destroying as many as 13,000 houses, scores gathered inside a local church to honor victims and rescuers through prayer, song and quiet contemplation.
Maria Wells said she never intended to be a landlord. She sells real estate; she doesn't invest in it.
MST: Tony Kanaan persisted through a record number of leaders and lead changes to win his first Indianapolis 500.
Amanda Bynes has taken to Twitter to claim she was "sexually harassed" during her arrest Thursday night in New York. "He slapped my vagina," she wrote.
Whether it’s called overparenting or the better-known “helicopter parenting,” the style of overly attentive, competitive child-rearing popular since about the mid-1990s may have backfired.
A game that senses your fear? A handheld that "shocks" your muscles? Motion control may have brought players closer to their consoles, but a future generation of consoles, wearable and bioaware, will get closer to the players — and maybe even inside of them.
After famously telling hurricane-weary tourists in 2011 to “get the hell back on the beach," New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is on another, softer, mission to lure visitors back to his state’s sandy shores.