When she sang "Fly Away," Delois Barrett Campbell's voice soared to the church rafters and her joy raised the roof.
Delois Barrett Campbell, a member of the award-winning Barrett Sisters trio who electrified audiences worldwide with their powerful gospel harmonies, died Tuesday. She was 85.
Amid the crying of foul and media hype surrounding Rupert Murdoch's News of the World scandal, a fundamental fact seems to have been lost. That is, before Mr. Murdoch came along and almost single-handedly saved it, the newspaper industry as we know it was dying an ignominious death.
The Associated Press will be among 16 news organizations and Internet entrepreneurs sharing $4.7 million in funding to design innovative ways to find and deliver news in the digital age.
The reviews are in. So what's next for "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark"?
The Chicago Tribune has launched an expanded print edition of its newspaper with more local, investigative and other coverage.
The 14-room brick house defended from intruders by a young Macaulay Culkin in the movie "Home Alone" is up for sale in suburban Chicago for $2.4 million.
Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams, who retired Thursday after 22 years at Maryland, took a program from under the cloud Len Bias' cocaine-induced death and NCAA sanctions to one that boasts a national championship and one of the largest on-campus arenas in the country.
When big news breaks, newspapers are in demand despite the immediacy of online news.