Last week, another storm brought more high winds and dropped snow on the already troubled New York City area.
This week in our series, we tell about relations between the American colonies and Britain after the French and Indian War about 250 years ago.
The story is the same in other parts of the northern hemisphere, where snowpack is a natural, and critical, water reservoir.
Influential US lawmakers are demanding more information about the FBI probe that led to last week's resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus.
Today we tell about evidence that early humans were meat-eaters much earlier than scientists have thought.
Once a week, medical students from UCLA, the University of California, Los Angeles, work with poor and homeless people in Hollywood.
The president won re-election with the same coalition of voters he had in 2008: women, ethnic minorities and young people.
American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the Dutch word, baas, meaning master.
Fifty years after Dr. No, the first James Bond film, 007 is back in action in Skyfall.
As a sign of its success, the group has become headliners on the main stage.
State officials are highlighting the issue to deter gougers from preying on victims of the storm.
Growing optimism about the economy and a big voter turnout among Democrats appeared to make the difference.