Even the infamous "Do-Nothing Congress" of 1948 got more work done than the 113th Congress.
According to a new national poll, the majority of 18- to 21-year-olds disapprove of President Obama and his signature health care act.
Universal Pictures has shut down production on "Fast & Furious 7" indefinitely following the death of its star, Paul Walker. The announcement comes the same day autopsy results reveal the actor died from the crash impact and fire. (Dec. 4)
USC hired Steve Sarkisian away from Washington on Monday, bringing back the former Trojans offensive coordinator to his native Los Angeles area and the storied program where he thrived as Pete Carroll's assistant. (Dec. 3)
'Before I Die' walls have been installed at more than 420 locations around the world. A recent batch went up this fall, including some in Milwaukee, where many of the messages touch on themes of love and happiness. (Dec. 4)
Dramatic footage emerged on Tuesday showing the unlikely rescue of a ship's cook, who survived for almost three days trapped in an air bubble in his sunken ship. (Dec. 3)
For years, instant communication has allowed bosses to place greater demands on workers. But one company is recognizing that successful employees must be able to escape from work. (Dec. 3)
One Maryland family business has been decorating the National Christmas Tree since 1954. Eleven presidents and almost 60 years later, the company prepares for this year's celebration on December 6. (Dec. 3)
A Philadelphia museum offers special tours for blind visitors, allowing guests to touch exhibits usually off limits. (Dec. 3)
Jesse Owens' gold medal from the 1936 Olympic Games in Nazi Germany is up for auction in California. Owens' athletic feats dealt a blow to fascism in Berlin, but he returned to racism at home and struggled to find work. (Dec. 2)