The first book printed in America sold for a record amount at a Sotheby's auction in New York.
"Why can't we be the company that stands up and says we care about our employees, and they can have the day off?" Tony Rohr said.
Alec Baldwin's show has been canceled, just weeks after he allegedly used a gay slur against a photographer outside his apartment in New York City.
A 12-year-old African American girl in Florida is going to be expelled from school if she doesn't cut and shape her natural hair.
A World Health Organization report that said half of HIV cases in Greece were "self-inflicte"' to receive state benefits is inaccurate.
Annie Dookhan, the Massachusetts state chemist who faked drug evidence over a nine-year period, was sentenced to three to five years in prison.
A Brooklyn man has been charged with a hate crime for suspicion of carrying out a "knockout game" attack, in which attackers try to knock out strangers with one punch.
Alexis Wright, the Zumba instructor who ran a prostitution business from her dance studio in Kennebunk, Maine, was released from prison for good behavior.
John and Ann Betar, the longest-married couple in the United States, will celebrate their 81st wedding anniversary on Nov. 25.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announced that his space tourism company Virgin Galactic now accepts the virtual currency Bitcoin as payment.
A team of scientists say they have discovered the origin of the famous Stonehenge spotted dolerite bluestones, but the issue of transport remains a mystery.
The pink suit worn by Jackie Kennedy is one of the most iconic images from the JFK assassination.
The additional damages in the legal battle against the South Korean tech giant brings the total to $935 million.
Austin Hatch, a 19-year-old basketball player who survived two plane crashes, has bounced back and will now play basketball for the University of Michigan.
James Tague, the only man other than JFK and Texas Gov. John Connally wounded during the assassination, reflects on that day, 50 years later.
It’s not known what caused the attack, which came 10 days after a shooting at a Cypress, Texas, house party that left two dead and 19 injured.
It’s not currently known what caused the emergency evacuation slide to open.
Scott Greer Bybee, 26, reportedly walked into the courtyard of the Las Vegas Mormon Temple and fatally shot himself Tuesday night.
Infamous serial killer Charles Manson might soon tie the knot with a 25-year-old woman he named "Star."
A woman in New York had a piece of platinum heart-shaped jewelry surgically implanted onto her eyeball.