For this week's Sandwich Monday, we try a new cooking gadget: the Egg Rollie. It's basically a vertical grill that cooks your eggs in tube form.
Vietnam has sent what analysts believe could be the remains of a member of the American military who died in the country during the Vietnam War. After a repatriation ceremony at the airport in Da Nang Sunday, the remains were sent to Hawaii for examination and possible identification.
The pitcher pitchman is getting a new computer-generated look and will be talking in his new ads. But fans of the old guy can take heart: Kool-Aid Man still prefers to bust through things.
In Europe, more than 23,600 people were victims of human trafficking during a recent three-year period, according to a new European Union report. The comprehensive study, which gathered data from more than 30 nations, found that trafficking increased by 18 percent between 2008 and 2010.
Kenya's Rita Jeptoo won the women's race. It's her second victory at Boston. Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa won on the men's side. It's his first victory at Boston.
Even though temperatures were less than normal late in the season, winter 2012-13 was still on the warm side.
When a food-safety student found out her dog's food was being recalled for possible contamination with salmonella, she learned a few things about how germs travel between critters and their humans.
When a food-safety student found out her dog's food was being recalled for possible contamination with Salmonella, she learned a few things about how germs travel between critters and their humans.
During a time of paralysis in Washington, states are taking the lead on a whole host of issues, from guns and gay marriage to education and tax policy. Of course, not everyone applauds the laws they pass. The Daily Show's Jon Stewart recently called states the "meth laboratories of democracy."
As the Senate prepares to vote on gun legislation, there are more mixed signals on what will be the fate of a bipartisan plan concerning background checks of gun purchasers.
America's seismic demographic shift is upending life in our suburbs, cities and our popular culture. So why are we still clinging to the same stories to make sense of these changes?
In a long interview with The Dallas Morning News, the former president says that "nobody likes to be criticized all the time," but that he made the right decisions based on the information he had at the time.
The satellite TV distributor hopes it can outmaneuver Japanese phone company SoftBank for control of Sprint.
Federal aviation regulators say a pin on the horizontal stabilizer could be prone to corrosion and "premature failure."
Also: Immigration bill to be unveiled soon; Dish bids $25.5 billion for Sprint; a nice guy finishes first at the Masters; and it's tax day.
The baby is named for her grandmothers. Her granddad, the nation's 43rd president, has already prepared three paintings for the baby. He's "become an artiste," Jenna Bush Hager told People magazine.
Australia's Adam Scott won in a dramatic two-hole playoff with Argentina's Angel Cabrera. The consensus is that one of golf's most-liked guys has now won his first "major."
"The world media run headlines about the Korean peninsula being on the brink of war. Of course it's not on the brink of war, it's just [the] normal show," says Andrei Lankov, who has studied in the North and follows it closely from Kookmin University in Seoul.
Also: David Foster Wallace on taxes; Marvel Comics accused of sexism; the best books coming out this week.
The initial vote count shows Nicolas Maduro with a scant edge over challenger Henrique Capriles. Maduro, who was Hugo Chavez's hand-picked successor, had been expected to win easily.