Tom and Ray Magliozzi, hosts of the popular NPR show, announced that they would be retiri ng from the popular program in October. Their shows will continue with archival material; website column will go on as well.
A Louisiana toddler is only fatality. The State of Georgia has five cases, the most in one state. The cause of the outbreak is unknown, but local and federal officials are investigating it.
One senator who has survived the vice presidential vetting process described it this way: Like having a colonoscopy without anesthesia.
Two people were killed and two were wounded Thursday near Atlanta while attending a funeral for a murder victim, police said.
Since presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's vice president meetings and deliberations are secret, a typical campaign practice, it's anyone's guess who is actually being vetted.
For the third time in less than 24 hours, F-16 fighter jets were scrambled Thursday to escort a hapless pilot out of a restricted area in place for President Obama's visit to Los Angeles.
Five family members are confirmed dead and the search continues for the body of a sixth after a plane crash in Lake Wales, Florida, on Thursday.
Alabama authorities warn that a 22-year-old man wanted in connection with the shooting deaths of 9-year-old twins and their elderly babysitter should be considered armed and dangerous.