June 6th marks the 50th anniversary of the day astronaut Ed White made the first ever U.S. spacewalk; we celebrate with highlights of America's odyssey in space since then
The Olympic-champ-turned-reality-star embarks on a new public path saying "God gave me the soul of a female"
The most compelling photos from the week's news, May 23-29, 2015
Some photos just need more explaining than others
The prolific photographer was most notably recognized for her in-depth documentary projects and documentation of society's poorest and most vulnerable
As death toll soars as 15 year-old survivor, Pemba Tamang, is pulled from wreckage of seven-story building five days after the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal
A new trend in Taiwan has dog owners trimming their pup's faces into perfect geometric shapes to raise their internet appeal
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile erupted for the first time in more than five decades on Wednesday, sending a thick plume of ash and smoke several kilometres into the sky
Since it was launched in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has sent us breathtaking images back from the deepest corners of space
Pablo Picasso's "Les Femmes d'Alger," Georgia O'Keeffe's "Jimson Weed, White Flower No. 1," and other famous paintings that smashed auction records in the art world
Former Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden dies of brain cancer
The legendary 'King of the Blues' brought blues to the mainstream with his unique sound
Paris officials have taken aim at a popular tradition of "Love locks" on city bridges; removing thousands of the symbolic padlocks for safety reasons
With Caitlyn Jenner's stunning transformation and Kim Kardashian pregnant again, here's a comprehensive guide to help you "keep up" with the ever evolving Kardashian-Jenner clan
Who shot a brilliant-but-feared Texas businessman?
The architect's reinvention of a Southern plantation, in Beaufort County, S.C., has been restored and completed decades after his death
Models, designers and Hollywood stars step out in New York City for the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America honors
After 24 years as host of "Face the Nation," Bob Schieffer hosted his final broadcast on Sunday, May 31
Storms that stretched from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes dumped record rainfall on parts of the Plains and Midwest, causing major flooding in Texas
As the Josh Duggar molestation scandal unfolds and threatens to take down the hit show "19 Kids and Counting," we take a look at other major TV shows rocked by scandal
Several major food companies say they're removing undesirable ingredients from their products
The newly opened One World Trade Center observatory is the crown jewel on America's tallest building
Thousands of Rohingya adrift in the Andaman Sea highlight the plight of one of the world's most persecuted minorities
A look inside the investigation into the 1979 murder of Janet Walsh in her Monaca, Pa., bedroom -- a case that would take 34 years to solve
They were built to impress, but after these financial institutions shut their doors, they were recycled for other businesses
As the long, very long presidential campaign season kicks into high gear politicians on both sides of the fence are also supplying the 'gear'
The pint-sized geniuses of the National Spelling Bee owe some of their success to natural abilities; but these specialized study tactics and tips also deserve their fair share of credit
Writings from the notebook of James Holmes, presented as evidence in his trial for the 2012 mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado
Oil spills, like the recent one in California, can create full-fledged environmental emergencies; they also leave behind a population of animals, sickened and disabled by the oil
America honors service members who gave their lives for their country
The action star loves motorcycles so much he co-founded a company to custom-build high-end models
A look at the Irish rock group that Rolling Stone called "the biggest band on Earth"
The most compelling photos from the week's news, May 16-22, 2015
You probably know the Medal of Honor is the U.S. military's highest honor, but some of these other facts about the prestigious award might surprise you
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of roller coaster season; so plan your summer thrills with a look at the biggest, boldest and brand spanking new coasters of 2015
An epic scientific trip around the globe highlighted the oceans' unseen heroes; here are some of the biggest stars
A ruptured pipeline along the scenic California coastline spilled more than 100,000 gallons of crude oil creating a 9-mile-long oil slick
The host says goodbye after 33 years in late night with a final episode filled with celebrities and laughs
You may be too old for the board game, but you're never too old for a little real-life battleship
T-Swift picked up a whopping eight Billboard Music Awards this weekend; but if they'd given her a gold microphone for each one of her looks, she'd have walked away with way more than that
Finding proof of bleaching raises concerns that it could spread globally this year
The round-the-word-sailing-odyssey is one of the toughest endurance events in sports
Nine people were killed and 18 wounded after a lunchtime biker gang shootout between rival motorcycle gangs at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas
Artifacts from the collection of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture
Along the Hudson River is a vastly increased space filled with Rothkos, Pollocks, Warhols, Hoppers, and other prized works of American art
The most compelling images from the week's news, May 9-15, 2015
The legendary 'King of the Blues' brought blues to the mainstream with his wailing guitar style and velvety voice, influencing a generation of musicians.
Stars hit the red carpet in the south of France, at the world's most prestigious festival of cinema
Fantastical fleet of muscle cars roaming a post-apocalyptic wasteland are real - not CGI - creations of George Miller and his gear-head designers
Seven people are confirmed dead and nearly 200 are injured, after an Amtrak train derailed in north Philadelphia, May 12, 2015; just the latest in a series of catastrophic train crashes across the U.S.
California officials may have imposed new water regulation amidst the ongoing drought crisis, but the grass is clearly greener on the celebs' side
Eight people killed and more than 200 injured after an Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia
As baseball legend and Yankee great Yogi Berra celebrates turning 90, we reflect on his sports accomplishments and his unforgettable quotes
On the heels of his four-game suspension at the hands of the NFL, a look at why Tom Brady is such a polarizing figure
Choice quotes are flying out of Westeros faster than the Kingsguard on horseback, so what better way to recap this week's "Game of Thrones"
A collection of glamorous publicity shots featuring one of the most celebrated stars of Hollywood's Golden Age
When a tornado tears through the American landscape, it can be a terrifying sight and a catastrophic occurrence; destroying homes, businesses and lives in its wake
The actress who broke out as a perfect "10"
The most compelling images from the week's news, May 2-8, 2015
Pelle Wall has been fighting to see his own father stand trial for the murder of his mother, Uta von Schwedler. In February 2015, almost three-and-a half years after Uta's death, the murder trial of Dr. Johnny Wall began.
Officials announce new water restrictions as the California drought persists; some consequences of which you probably anticipated, others you definitely did not
They're young, increasingly American, and not necessarily who you'd expect
Rihanna isn't alone; celebrities have been stepping out in wild dresses for years... some more often than others
Untouched by decades of war and insurgency, life in the remote Wakhan Corridor has changed little over the centuries
"Star Wars" characters get cuddly with pets to help the Ottawa Humane Society find homes for shelter animals
Stars step out for one of the year's biggest red carpets, celebrating the opening of "China: Through the Looking Glass"
More than 20 agents over the last six years are accused in disturbing cases involving sexual assault of women and young girls
Enhance your life today and every day with these nuggets of sci-fi wisdom, imported from a galaxy far, far away
The newest British royal is named "Charlotte" - a strong name with a ton of notable owners throughout history - here's a best of
Season five's bloodiest episode yet interspersed bits of wisdom between all the sword fights
Floyd Mayweather Jr. claims defeats Manny Pacquiao with a unanimous decision in the "Fight of the Century"
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to the newest member of the royal family -- Charlotte Elizabeth Diana -- on May 2, 2015
The models in the work of artist Johannes Stoetter are hidden in plain sight
The most compelling images from the week's news, April 25-May 1, 2015
Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao faced off May 2nd in a bout that underwhelmed most fans; and now, the drama outside the ring is once again overshadowing what transpired within it
American Pharaoh edged out Firing Line and Dortmund to win the 141st "Run for the Roses" at Churchill Downs in Louisville
One person is reported injured after a portion of D.C.'s famed Watergate complex collapsed.
May 6, 2015, marks the centenary of the American actor, director, writer and producer, whose "Citizen Kane" is regarded by many as the best film ever made
They're the furry lining in an otherwise very dark cloud - elite search and rescue dogs, sent from all over the globe to save earthquake victims in Nepal
The last American helicopter left Saigon April 30, 1975 as the city fell to the North Vietnamese 40 years ago today.
Protesters marched against police violence in cities from New York to Boston as troops stood by in Baltimore to enforce a curfew imposed after civil unrest over the death of Freddie Gray
You might be surprised to know that, before they turned their attention to sports, some of the world's top athletes served in the military
Following days of unrest in Baltimore over the death of Freddie Gray, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced criminal charges against six police officers
From "Avengers: Age of Ultron" to "Pitch Perfect 2" and "Magic Mike XXL," a look at all the big movies hitting theaters this season
The catastrophic earthquake that struck Nepal over the weekend sparked a series of avalanches on Everest, leaving 18 hikers dead and base camp in ruins
Killer quotes from "Game of Thrones" - Season 5, Episode 3
Politicians and celebrities mingle with the press for the annual D.C. event, hosted by Cecily Strong of "Saturday Night Live"
A large earthquake rattled Nepal Tuesday as the country struggles to cope with the aftermath of the catastrophic 7.8 magnitude April 25th quake that killed more than 8,000 people
The most compelling images from the week's news, April 18-24, 2015
McDreamy, Zoe Barnes, Omar... How DARE they
Photographer Scout Tufankjian traveled around the world to document a heritage strong and vibrant despite the 100-year-old tragedy of the 1915 Armenian Genocide
Royal baby watch for Prince George's sibling who will become fourth in line for the British throne
Paul Stankard is a modern master of an art that dates back centuries
A retrospective look at the actor, director and producer, whose career is being honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York
This doesn't look like spring; freak weather hits ballparks this week
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile roared back to life April 22, 2015 for the first time in more than five decades sending thick plumes of ash and smoke several miles into the sky
Tyrion, Jon Snow, Daenerys ... When they're not conquering kingdoms, they're dishing out advice
Red carpet photos from the TIME 100 Gala, celebrating TIME's Most Influential People In The World on April 21, 2015, in New York
It's Earth Day; time to stop and appreciate your Mother
The weekend saw a dramatic increase in rescues as smugglers took advantage of calm seas and warm weather to send thousands of migrants into the Mediterranean to reach Europe
Riley Curry and 13 other celebrity kids with internet buzz where their blocks should be...
Age is just a number; so is a marathon time... and a world record
Daniel Berehulak's intense images of the Ebola crisis in West Africa won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography; the Pulitzer for Breaking News Photography was awarded to the staff of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for the riveting Michael Brown story
International car makers woo Chinese consumers with their latest wheels
Winners and performances from the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards, hosted by Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton
Country music's biggest stars step out for the 50th annual ceremony at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
Ringo Starr, Lou Reed and Green Day are among this year's class
Scenes from the star-studded 14th annual New York City film festival
A look at Paul and Linda Curry's relationship and the investigation into Linda's 1994 poisoning death
New York's Museum of Modern Art opens an exhibition of some of the pop artist's most iconic works
Photographer Ronn Murray captures the dancing swirls of the Aurora Borealis
Sunny day, sweepin' the dust away... Elmo, Oscar and Big Bird score new digs
A look at the life and career of the Oscar-winning actor, director, musician and rugby club owner
Violence against immigrants in South Africa has killed at least seven people, left hundreds unable to return home
Fans come together to meet the stars of the latest adventure in a galaxy far, far away: "The Force Awakens"
The most compelling images from the week's news, April 11-17, 2015
At first glance they look like everyday trees, but they're really cell phone towers
22 facts about Vladimir Putin wilder than the Russian landscape he loves so much
It's a form of diplomacy, a sign of good sportsmanship, and a national holiday that demands to be recognized
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was suspended for four games for his involvement in the DeflateGate scandal... the latest in a long line of star athletes making news for their plays off the field
Protestors campaign across the country to increase the nation's minimum wage to $15-an-hour
There's a fine line between the White House and White Castle; and Hillary Clinton is far from the only political figure to be spotted at a fast food joint
Making movies can be a scary business; 20 of the most dangerous films ever made
Istanbul's Veliefendi equine hospital, run by the Jockey Club of Turkey, offers state-of-the-art treatment to prized race horses
If you don't know the name "Jordan Spieth," you soon will
150 years after Lincoln's death, a look at the president, his assassin and the nation's reaction
Activists want to put Harriet Tubman on a $20 bill; not the first time we've had a major currency makeover
The best moments from the 2015 Amy Schumer-hosted ceremony in Los Angeles
Hollywood stars step out ahead of upcoming blockbuster season
Murder or suicide? Ashley Fallis' parents are convinced that their son-in-law killed their daughter after a New Year's party in the early hours of 2012 -- but Tom Fallis insists Ashley pulled the trigger on herself
Major acts take to the stage on the opening weekend of the annual music and arts festival in California's Coachella Valley
A large crowd gathered for the funeral of Walter Scott, who was shot and killed by a South Carolina police officer
The most compelling images from the week's news, April 4-10, 2015
Deadly tornado tears through Illinois killing at least two people and wiping out Fairdale, Illinois
Photographer Annie Collinge recruited strangers from the streets of New York, and posed them as thrift store dolls
After 46 years with CBS News, Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts his last "Face the Nation" show; a look back at the legendary journalist's career
On a spring day in 1956, NASA unveiled the seven Americans who would make spacefaring history
A new HBO documentary chronicles how five generations of one American family preserved a vital Abraham Lincoln archive
After a bystander's video surfaced, white South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was charged with the murder of Walter Scott, a black man
Spain's dangerous and beautiful El Caminito del Rey trail, closed for over a decade after too many deaths, just re-opened to the public
They're fine in moderation, but did you know these foods could (technically) kill you?
Evidence presented at the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who was sentenced to death for the Boston Marathon bombings
Japan's rapidly aging society is inventing new ways to take care of their afterlife
FIFA and #DeflateGate are only the latest episodes in a long list of Herculean deceptions; many involving schemes to gain unfair advantages in the world of professional sports
Kenya gripped by mourning, fear and anger after the death of 148 students in the terror attack on Garissa University College
London's tropical butterfly enclosure at The Natural History Museum brings you face-to-face with the exotic creatures
Devotees mark the holiest day of the Christian calendar
A beauty who proved herself a master of light comedy during her 10-season run of the hit sitcom "Murphy Brown"
NCAA photographer Rich Clarkson has photographed the Final Four for 60 years straight
The spectacular wonder of the shortest lunar eclipse of the century and a total solar eclipse with a ring of fire
The rules for longer life go way beyond whole grains and veggies
The most compelling images from the week's news, March 28 - April 3 2015
Posters aimed at promoting home gardening as a patriotic gesture that would support the Allied war effort
Startling pictures of the worst drought the region has seen in centuries
In January, New York art students worked with 3-D printed skull replicas based on real-life cases of unidentified remains from the New York Medical Examiner's Office to create facial reconstructions
Harold Henthorn has lost two wives in freak accidents. Is the Colorado man plagued by bad luck or is it something more sinister?
Students at the New York Academy of Art sculpted facial re-constructions for unidentified murder victims -- if you recognize them, call 212-323-1201
A Germanwings plane, en route from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, crashed in a remote area of the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board, in the worst plane disaster in mainland France in four decades.
Blue lights illuminate cities around the globe to mark World Autism Awareness Day 2015
A look at the singer-songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer over the years
A medieval "eyesalve" can kill a modern superbug, and it's not the only old-school remedy that still works
Sofia Vergara, Justin Beiber, Jon Hamm, Taylor Swift and a host of other celebrities pose alongside their waxwork figures at Madam Tussauds
The arrival of cherry blossoms heralds the beginning of Spring
From goats to hyenas, the unusual pets people keep.
A collection of works by young choreographer Justin Peck commissioned for the New York City Ballet
The One Direction refugee isn't the first celebrity who quit when the gettin' was good
Nick Jonas hosts the fan-voted, slime-filled awards show, with Angelina Jolie, Liam Hemsworth and Emma Stone among the winners
China brings the world to its doorstep, with scale replicas of famous tourist destinations
Christians around the world mark Palm Sunday.
A look at the hit U.K. boy band over the years
Dramatic images capture devastation of explosion and 7-alarm fire that consumed East Village building
From stealth planes to rich-boy toys, here's the definitive list of the coolest things in the air
A young Kansas City man has become known for paintings of vibrant colors and deep textures, created after he lost most of his sight
The most compelling images from the week's news
NASA's Opportunity and Curiosity rovers have been hard at work on Mars; here's how they get the job done
Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York is showcasing Brodsky's work -- from classic shots of The Doors to famous album covers
Library of Congress announces latest recordings to be preserved for future generations, including classic rock, jazz, folk and comedy albums
A look in pictures at some of the world's worst aviation disasters
Stars of the hit HBO drama trade their fantasy costumes for red carpet attire to celebrate the show's upcoming fifth season
In honor of National Puppy Day, a gallery of the world's most interesting mini-canines
Has it really been a quarter-century since the debut of the ultimate rom-com?
Costumes, props and sets are featured in an exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, N.Y.
A look at key events surrounding the alleged crimes of Robert Durst -- spanning more than three decades and multiple states
On the International Day of Happiness, we offer you photos filled with joy
The Fairbanks, Alaska, event is a race against the clock (and the sun), to see who can carve the biggest, baddest, most beautiful ice sculptures
The moon photobombs the sun more often than you might think
The Jinx has come to a riveting close, but dozens of cases still await that one final clue
Some St. Patrick's Day celebrations go way beyond Chicago and Boston ... way, way beyond
Cinderella is a box-office queen, but that's not all it takes to be a Disney princess
Celebrities take to the stage at the Austin festival devoted to music, films and interactive media
Protesters in more than 70 cities nationwide decry government corruption, call for Dilma Rousseff's impeachment
The celebrated designer, known for engaging buildings and public spaces, also created whimsical household utensils, and products for the handicapped
The most compelling images from the week's news, March 7-13, 2015
Artist and environmentalist John Sabraw creates vibrant art with pigments extracted from toxic coal sludge in Ohio
The North Carolina sculptor constructs elaborate and whimsical "stickworks" - art on a monumental scale comprised of wood, branches, saplings, twigs and vines
A former TV producer, Beresford-Redman has been convicted of killing his wife, Monica, at the Moon Palace resort in Cancun in 2010
The Bond franchise newcomer Stephanie Sigman joins a tradition of fascinating femme fatales