Some question why Sue Klebold is speaking out
While some of the victims of the Columbine shooting have reacted positively to Sue Klebold's interview, others…
Remembering lives lost during Columbine massacre
How fearing a god might affect us
A new study argues people who believe in a punitive higher-power are more cooperative with distant strangers who share the same beliefs.
Kim Jong-un gets Kim Kardashian-style emoji
Kim Jong-Un's emoji aren't as racey as Kim Kardashian's, but they're probably just as controversial.
Pakistan district bans Valentine's Day
Parts of the predominantly Muslim country have put a damper on Valentine's Day celebrations in the past. In 2014, it caused protests to break out.
TIMELINE: School shootings in 2016
The double-shooting at Independence High School in Glendale is the seventh reported school shooting in the United States this year.
2 girls killed in Arizona school shooting
Two girls were found dead, with a gun near their bodies, at school on Friday.
House backs bill to ease calorie labeling
Fast-food chains would get some relief from government rules on listing calories under legislation the House approved on Friday.
Why it's OK the American economy is slowing down
Do Americans need a fast-growing economy to be relatively satisfied, healthy and productive? Does the country require perpetual, robust…
Where your Valentine's Day flowers may come from
The surprising origin of many Valentine's Day roses.
DQ launches Singles Blizzard for Valentine's Day
Dairy Queen is launching a new treat for Valentine's Day...but it's not for couples!
Police recruits learning to de-escalate tension
Police recruits in Washington undergo a new style of training, learning how to de-escalate tense situations instead of using force.