What's in a name? For three New York City apartment buildings, it's no longer "Trump."
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is on the verge of becoming the oldest woman in space, adding to her long list of barrier-breaking records.
Evidence is mounting for an ocean at Pluto, buried beneath its frozen heart.
The world's earliest-known complete stone inscription of the Ten Commandments, described as a "national treasure" of Israel, sold at auction in Beverly Hills for $850,000.
Camped on the baking concrete outside a gleaming transplant center, Karachi's sick have come from miles around in desperate hope for a last chance at life.
Members of a New York City synagogue have sifted through 300 tons of garbage at an upstate landfill in an unsuccessful search for a religious item that fell into a trash can.
Size doesn't matter at the Icelandic Phallological Museum, home to the world's largest collection of penises -- an eye-watering array of specimens carefully collected from hundreds of different animals.
Starting campfires, lighting fireworks and smoking cigarettes are among the outdoor activities being banned across the southern U.S. as fires burn in forests stressed by drought.
This Nov. 10 photo released by Mexico's office for environmental protection shows a sea lion after it was untangled from fishing lines that severely injured its neck.
Oxford dictionary editors have chosen their word of the year: "post-truth," a term sometimes used to describe the current political climate.