For years, instant communication has allowed bosses to place greater demands on workers. But one company is recognizing that successful employees must be able to escape from work. (Dec. 3)
One Maryland family business has been decorating the National Christmas Tree since 1954. Eleven presidents and almost 60 years later, the company prepares for this year's celebration on December 6. (Dec. 3)
A Philadelphia museum offers special tours for blind visitors, allowing guests to touch exhibits usually off limits. (Dec. 3)
Jesse Owens' gold medal from the 1936 Olympic Games in Nazi Germany is up for auction in California. Owens' athletic feats dealt a blow to fascism in Berlin, but he returned to racism at home and struggled to find work. (Dec. 2)
This is the 30th anniversary of the holiday classic "A Christmas Story," and fans are flocking to the house in Cleveland where much of the movie was filmed.
Brazil Crane- Dramatic footage as crane collapses at World Cup stadium killing two people
The New York Police Department says the weather forecast 'looks very good' for today's Thanksgiving Day parade. The balloons will be grounded if the wind is too strong. A final decision Thursday morning is coming. (Nov. 28)
President Barack Obama gives the annual presidential pardon to the national Thanksgiving turkey Popcorn and runner-up Caramel.
Wind, rain and snow are expected to make travel difficult for much of the Eastern US on Wednesday, as millions head out for Thanksgiving. (Nov. 27)
Apartment and condo managers, dogged by complaints from those who've stepped into a pile of dog poo, are using DNA testing to identify the culprits and track down their owners. (Nov. 27)