Remains found in Pennsylvania have been identified as those of a woman who disappeared in New York in 2008 after leaving a Manhattan nightclub in the company of a convicted sex offender, authorities said Monday.
Youth exchange programs receiving U.S. State Department grants are suffering from insufficient oversight and attention from the federal government, according to an inspector general's report released Thursday.
A former employee for a foundation working with exchange students has been indicted on five counts of child neglect after the students said they were malnourished and abandoned, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
What do "30 Rock" and "Entourage" have in common, outside of their showbiz theme? Their settings -- some of the hottest venues in New York and L.A., respectively -- make for great places to visit. And what better time to venture into TV land than with the start of the fall television season? Pack your bags for a weekend of sightseeing and clubbing ... camera crew optional.
Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware, Barack Obama's choice for vice president, accepted the nomination Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. He was introduced by his son Beau Biden, Delaware attorney general.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama introduced Sen. Joe Biden to the nation as his running mate Saturday, telling supporters that he is "a leader who is ready to step in and be president."
My best friend from childhood is Italian-American. Very Italian-American. So when Mary Immaculata Ferrario Rinaldi invites me to visit the Pizza Capital of the World, I don't ask questions. She knows pizza.
Dear FSB: I am a vendor with a small shop. I rent a space at $50 a month. What are my tax obligations? I probably made under $50 profit last year. (I just got started.) For last year and the future, how do expenses and income get reported - to the city, the state and the federal government?
The chef who inspired the Soup Nazi character on "Seinfeld" makes a heck of a crab bisque, but a group of stewed investors says he's having problems expanding his popular stand into a franchise empire.
What does go through a man's mind when the cage door closes behind him and he prepares to fight another man? If you are First Lieutenant Brian Stann, maybe you think about Operation Matador and about that bridge in Iraq. The one near Karabilah that you and your Marines were charged with securing, so that insurgents could not flee north.
In the early part of this decade, I spent a couple of years in and around MTV Networks, as its artist-in-residence, where my focus was the company's diversity initiative. Having spent my career backstage or onstage, I was new to the corporate world. I was struck by the MTV staff's enthusiasm for sharing ideas and hearing new ones. I also noticed that there was no archetype for success here; the wellsprings of creativity and management clearly had many different sources.
(CNN) -- We asked readers to share their secrets for living well and received many wonderful tales. Whether it's using your mind to cure what ails you or just making sure to laugh and smile -- you'll find some ideas that might help see you through the decades. Here is a sampling of responses, some of which have been edited for clarity and length.