BAYLOR STUDY: Supernatural experiences trigger religious donations

People who have had what they believe to be supernatural experiences are more likely to be “religious givers,” with their behavior based on cost-benefit principles that work in other transactions — whether that be through Amaz

VIDEO: Ohio man who confessed to killing a man in a drunken-driving crash sentenced to 6 1/2 years

Matthew Cordle, an Ohio man who confessed in an online video that he killed a man in a June drunken-driving crash, was given a six-and-a-

14-year-old boy charged with murder of math teacher

A 14-year-old boy was being held on a murder charge Wednesday after the body of a female teacher was found in woods near the high school in Danvers, Massachusetts.

New Orleans Soldier who died in military vehicle accident identified

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died from injuries suffered from a military vehicle accident October 18.

9 haunted spots across America

America is haunted.

Obama administration to kick off effort to encourage health care enrollment

The Obama administration is going to kick off what it calls "a grassroots effort" to encourage more enrollment by the uninsured in the new health care exchanges, an administration official confirmed Wednesday.

Florida inmates mistakenly freed

One of two convicted murderers who allegedly used forged documents to walk out of Franklin Correctional Institution in North Carrabelle, south of Tallahassee, was ordered Wednesday held without bond on an escape charge and sent back to the pris

FDA to vets: Watch out for jerky pet treats; some linked to illness and death

If you feed your pet a jerky treat and it gets sick or dies, the Food and Drug Administration wants to hear from you.

14 year old boy held after teacher's death closes schools in Danvers, Massachusetts

The suburban Boston town of Danvers, Massachusetts, shut down all seven of its schools Wednesday after a teacher's body was found in woods behind the high school.

Texas Safe Schools Week: Districts and charters reminded of state's fingerprinting requirements

As part of Texas Safe Schools Week (Oct.