In Puerto Rico, children put a hay-filled box under their beds for the kings’ camels to eat, which the magi then repay in the form of gifts.
A new Johns Hopkins University study analyzed 31 different types of cancer.
Chinese police say fake money thrown from a building didn't cause a stampede in which 36 people were killed at a New Year's celebration.
Last year saw less pedestrian deaths in New York City that at any time since 1910 when records began.
Celebrity new year's resolutions are an annual tradition. Here are some famous peoples' vows for 2015.
Three people were shot to death at two separate New Year's Eve parties in Washington state early Thursday morning.
Sen. Marco Rubio addressed speculation about his potential candidacy in a Wednesday interview.
Follow these tried-and-true tips to build new habits for a better you in 2015.
The American Automobile Association predicts that American consumers will save up to $75 billion on gasoline in 2015 as oil prices remain low.
Protesters held a demonstration against brutal police tactics during New Year's celebrations in the city.
New Year's 2015 was a major day for drunk Twitter users, who posted a slew of drunk tweets Wednesday evening.
Scientists have reached a new understanding of the link between cancer and red meat.
The annual event saw activists lay down in opposition to the recent killings of unarmed black men by cops who weren't indicted.
A rocket attack on a wedding party in Afghanistan killed at least 26 people, officials said.
And here's the good news: You've been warned.
No one was hurt on the ground, police said.
Chinese people around the world celebrate the new year on Jan. 1 but they'll save the real revelry for Lunar New Year, which arrives in February.
Actor Edward Herrmann, known for his roles on "Gilmore Girls" and "The Practice," died Wednesday morning.
Though 2014 saw fewer airplane crashes than any year in modern aviation history, the death toll of those crashes was very high.
The number of abortion clinics operating in the U.S. is currently lower than at any point in the last 20 years, a new study shows.