January 1, 2014
Longtime Associated Press photographer Dave Martin collapsed on the field shortly after taking celebration shots of Texas A&M's win over Duke at Atlanta's football college game.
The SEA's first digital attack of 2014 targeted the international communication company Skype.
These nine people were chosen to move onto the second round of the Mars One mission to be part of the first human settlement on Mars.
You'd be surprised just what you can Watch Instantly.
Vape 'em if you got 'em.
Many saw him as America's TV dad.
A mayor unafraid to make enemies, and eager to keep his friends.
Recreational weed became legal at 8 a.m. this morning in Colorado.
Jamel al-Jamal, Palestinian ambassador to the Czech Republic, died Wednesday after he moved a safe in his apartment that had been sealed for 30 years, according to reports.
Detectives in Cobb County, Georgia, are investigating the man who tweeted a picture of a passed-out girl and said he was going to sexually assault her. The police have not yet confirmed a crime occurred, nor have they identified the men who tweeted the pictures.
Unfortunately, the Toilet Paper Fairy won't be paying any visits.
Sean Azzariti is America's first retail marijuana customer.
It was easy to forget that life can come into the world just as it leaves it. Making the baby sweater was a tangible reminder.
Guys, I'm kind of glad the holidays are over. January will be all about eating healthy... ish.
As employment restrictions are lifted on millions of Bulgarian and Romanian nationals, Twitter responds the only way it knows how: by taking the piss.
The first Democrat to occupy City Hall in more than two decades was sworn in Wednesday as the 109th mayor of New York City, replacing Michael Bloomberg.
Last week, researchers warned that Snapchat's username and phone numbers were vulnerable to hacking. On New Year's Eve, someone made millions of them public.
Sotomayor temporarily halted the contraceptive requirement in the Affordable Care Act just hours before the provision of the law was set to take effect.
The 88-year-old wife of President George H. W. Bush has been receiving treatment for a "respiratory related issue" at Houston Methodist Hospital.
This year I want to feel more connected. Because it's too easy to forget why we're here.