'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Oklahoma City isn't just a place where Thunder star Kevin Durant lives these days. It's home.
Three were killed Sunday in 17 separate wrecks involving 95 cars along Interstate 77, a highway that runs through the mountainous region of Virginia near the North Carolina border.
A Newtown family with three children — two of whom were at Sandy Hook Elementary School the day of the fatal shootings — has lost their home to fire.
Gay activists are stepping up their calls for the federal government to change its blood-donation policy and permit gay men give blood under some circumstances.
Jennifer Lopez says she doesn't look forward to getting gifts at Christmas _ she looks forward to giving them.
The tight-knit community's Christmas tree has become a heartbreaking memorial to innocent children taken by a killer.
Neil Young said Sunday that he couldn't see performing in the area devastated by Superstorm Sandy without doing something to help people who were affected by it.
Neil Young said Sunday that he couldn't see performing in the area devastated by superstorm Sandy without doing something to help people who were affected by it.
Bernard Pollard has a question for the NFL: Where is the money going?
Henrik Lundqvist finally found a game to play.
Sandra Kyong Bradbury was star struck. She had just spied Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a few feet away.
Superstorm Sandy convinced me that I should do something new: raise money toward hurricane relief. If it weren't for the ease of nudging my friends and family to contribute by way of social media and online fundraising tools, I'm not sure I would have done it. I do know that I wouldn't have been as successful.
A return to 1970s-era gas rationing seemed to help with hourslong gas station lines that formed after Superstorm Sandy, but it didn't end a fuel-gauge fixation that suddenly has become a way of life for drivers in the nation's largest city.
Superstorm Sandy has brought out generosity far and wide in the biggest U.S. relief effort for the American Red Cross and other groups since Hurricane Katrina swamped the Gulf Coast in 2005.
The New York Red Bulls announced before their Eastern Conference semifinal on Thursday night that they will donate half the gate revenue from the game to relief efforts in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.