The first Saturday of the college football season will certainly fire up the stadium lights—and more than a handful of television sets and barbecues—on Sept. 3. But plenty more than lights will start up this season.
Before she was known for her defiant act that catapulted the American civil rights movement into prominence — and placed her at the center of it — Rosa Parks had long been a human rights activist and crusader for social …
Long live the trees.
As the Tuscaloosa twister sped ever closer, one family was looking back at it – with a video camera.
A Facebook page set up last Thursday helps citizens recover pictures and other memorable items lost in last week’s tornadoes.
As residents begin the daunting task of cleanup after the storm destruction, here are some ways you can help from wherever you are.
“What’s amazing is when something like this happens folks forget all their petty differences.”
–PRESIDENT OBAMA describes the outpouring of support from volunteers and friends after touring the trail of destruction left by a …
While it may seem like everyone is breathlessly watching the Royal Wedding with all its pomp and fanfare, elsewhere in the world real news is taking place.
The deadly wave of tornadoes that has ripped through the south over the last 24 hours has claimed more than 250 lives.
Because they struck densely populated urban areas in the South on Wednesday afternoon, deadly tornadoes (more than 150 of them) that killed over 200 people also enabled amateur videographers to capture some of the most …
On Wednesday evening, a tornado ripped through Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The storm was responsible for over 60 deaths in Alabama and at least 173 deaths across five states. See early footage of the damage in Alabama, from a variety of sources.
What are these guys thinking? The selection committee for this year’s NCAA basketball tournament, cooped up in that Indianapolis hotel room for days, must have gone a bit stir-crazy.