The choral rock band out of Dallas, Texas, has been thrilling audiences with its live performances for over a decade.
Today’s jobs report shows the economy only added 113,000 jobs in January, but the unemployment rate dropped to 6.6 percent.
How much is the winter weather to blame for disappointing jobs numbers, a drop in car sales and weakening growth in manufacturing?
Parts of Oregon are digging out of the biggest – and so far only – snowstorm of the year.
The state’s highest court ruled that beachfront property owners have exclusive rights to two miles of beach the public has traditionally used.
The film about a special unit that saved masterpieces during World War II is based on a true story. We visit a new exhibit in Washington.
House Speaker John Boehner says his caucus won’t move forward on immigration legislation until the president gains Republicans’ trust.
Leno ended a stellar if sometimes stormy run with high emotion at concluding what he termed “the greatest 22 years of my life.”
Larry Kane was the 21-year-old news director of a Miami radio station when he was invited to follow The Beatles on their 1964 and 1965 U.S. tours.
A Turkish official says a passenger tried to hijack an Istanbul-bound plane to Sochi, Russia, where the Olympics opening ceremony has begun.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland has apologized for insulting the E.U. during what she thought was a private phone call.
A shortage of drugs used for capital punishment is leading some states to consider bringing back the electric chair or firing squad.
The January jobs report is out, and for the second straight month, the numbers are less than stellar.
Hundreds of thousands of Marylanders and Pennsylvanians are still without power, after a winter storm earlier this week.
While frigid temperatures are a hardship for some, they’re a blessing for ice fishermen. Marge Pitrof of WUWM sent us this report.
Mamoru Samuragochi is known for composing some of the country’s most well-known music, but his secret ghostwriter has come forward.
From Fool’s Gold to Patrick O’Hearn.