You've probably heard about cases where people have had the tips of their fingers severed and then seemed to grow back.
The census report showed a natural decrease in the white majority for the first time due to more white deaths than births.
The country is working to further its presence in outer space with goals of building its own fully functional space station.
A former agency insider says the computer system has been hacked at least eight times by foreign governments.
Photos: Explosion at Louisiana chemical plant, June 13, 2013
State police say the explosion at the Williams Olefins plant started a fire and that it's contained in the plant.
The 11-year-old's performance of "The Star Spangled Banner" caused a stir on social media.
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Edward Snowden, the 29-year-old former government contractor behind one of the biggest national-security leaks in U.S. history, has told a local newspaper he has no plans to leave Hong Kong and intends to challenge the U.S. government in the city's courts. Devlin Barrett reports.
AAA says new technology in vehicles is distracting drivers more than listening to the radio and talking on cell phones.