More than half of Americans still believe in them
TIME looks back at some of the more controversial graduation speeches over the years.
Be nice, worship God and eat pigs’ feet: That’s how Jeralean Talley of Inkster, Michigan says she lived to celebrate her 114th birthday today
She talks to TIME about how parents can protect their children from potential abductors and abusers by talking early and often about appropriate interactions with strangers.
Here are the key details we know so far about the Tsarnaev brothers, who are suspected of executing the bombings near the finish line of the Boston marathon on Apr. 15, which killed three and injured more than 180.
Airports with designated smoking areas can still expose non-smoking travelers and employees to surprising levels of cigarette smoke.
New reports implicate an additional brand of energy drinks in deaths.
Voters want actors in adult films to wear condoms, but the industry is threatening to sue and shift production elsewhere.
NBC Chicago reports that a 21-year-old pregnant woman managed to squeeze in time to vote in her first presidential election on her way to the hospital to give birth to her first baby girl.
Con Ed has described the outage in New York to be the most devastating in its history. A look at why restoring power is so complicated.
Superstorm Sandy may have ended, but rescue efforts are far from over.