A 2-year-old boy is recovering after falling into a cheetah exhibit at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.
A new study suggests many kids in military families may be missing out on vaccines.
The family of a 1-year-old boy shot to death by a 3-year-old in Cleveland is "torn apart" by the tragedy, a cousin said Monday.
A deadly shooting near the library of Wayne Community College sent the North Carolina college's campus into lockdown on Monday as authorities searched for the gunman, officials said.
Apple's first foray into the world of the smartwatch generated nearly 1 million pre-orders in the United States on Friday, according to early estimates by the research firm Slice Intelligence.
A mother who was mistakenly told by nurses almost five decades ago that her baby died after childbirth has finally been reunited with her daughter.
Last time, Iowa was the beginning of the end for Hillary Clinton.
At the age of 100, Dr. Ellsworth Wareham still drives on the freeway, putters around the house and takes care of his yard. He was still assisting in open heart surgeries until four years ago.
Thousands of non-native goldfish are taking over a Colorado lake.
California's record-setting drought is putting many avocado farmers out of business.
More than 37 years after graduating high school, Kevin Perz still had some unfinished business to attend to.
Dash cam video released Thursday shows the moments before the fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer.
If you’re a Taco Bell fiend, you may soon be able to get your fix brought directly to your front door.
A new study confirms shorter people have an increased risk of coronary heart disease.
North Carolina mom of seven boys shocked to learn she's expecting a little girl.
Veterans continue to experience long waits for doctor appointments at many Veterans Affairs facilities.
More than 70 animals were removed from a filth-covered mobile home in Arizona on Wednesday, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
Long-awaited Purple Hearts will be finally awarded Friday at Fort Hood.
The National Sleep Foundation estimates more than five million children wet their beds.
Levels of radon, a cancer-causing, radioactive gas, have been rising measurably in Pennsylvania since the controversial practice of fracking started there, researchers reported Thursday.