A fire swept through a hotel early Friday in a resort in the northern Philippines, killing six people including some U.S. citizens.
Novak Djokovic will kick start his quest for a third straight Australian Open crown against Frenchman Paul-Henri Mathieu in Melbourne.
James Gibson: The man who saved Manchester United -- twice.
The spread of the flu across the United States appears to have slowed with the number of cases falling off in portions of five states in the South and Southeast, a federal official told CNN early Friday.
You feel worse by the hour. Your joints ache, your head feels heavy, you can't stop coughing, you're freezing even as your temperature keeps climbing, your stomach is upset, even your eyes hurt. Face it: You have the flu. Now what do you do?
So you got a flu vaccine this season, and you've been reading about the flu epidemic. You might be wondering: Will the vaccine keep me healthy?
5 ways to protect your child in flu season
The detectives knew who abducted 5-year-old Richard Wayne Landers Jr. in 1994. His paternal grandparents, reportedly angry about a custody case involving the small boy, took him and disappeared from Indiana.
We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Miguel San Martin, chief engineer for Guidance, Navigation, and Control at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where he has worked on four Mars spacecraft. On Twitter he's @MigOnMars. In case you're just tuning in: On August 6 (it was still August 5 on the West Coast), the Mars rover Curiosity landed on Mars amid enormous celebration among space enthusiasts. The one-ton rover put its wheels on Mars through a complicated process known as "seven minutes of terror." A supersonic parachute and a sky crane had to be utilized in order to safely get Curiosity there. The mission cost $2.5 billion.
Texas Planned Parenthood
A full hearing is scheduled before U.S. district judge on Friday on whether to grant Planned Parenthood a temporary injunction to receive health program funding in Texas.
They don't get much more anti-American than Venezuela's Hugo Chavez. For many Americans, the Latin American president is embodied by his 2006 lashing out at then-U.S. president George W. Bush.
A man arrested on suspicion of possession of an explosive substance allegedly told people he planned to blow up the iconic arch in New York City's Washington Square Park, authorities say.