Tiny Pearlington, Miss., was obliterated 10 years ago. In a town of 1,700, only two houses stood relatively unscathed. Volunteers did most rebuilding, for better or worse, and recovery has been slow.
More than 80 percent of people in South Korea live in cities. But in the past few years, there has been a shift. Tens of thousands of South Koreans are relocating to the countryside each year.
Automotive sales in the U.S. are beating last year's scores, but people's cars are aging. Is the auto industry contradicting itself?
Though 12,000 people have been forced from their homes or advised to leave, firefighters say they have made progress controlling a wildfire threatening thousands of homes in Northern California.
Schools like George Washington hope the move will help recruit and enroll more high-achieving students who don't do well on tests.
Today's opening was an attempt to return to normalcy, but some are calling the drop a "bloodbath."
In the new musical "Waitress," Mueller plays a waitress in a Southern diner set to the music of Sara Bareilles.
Iraq's heat wave is spiking protests in Baghdad, and the high temperatures may be surpassing the threat of ISIS.
The Clean Power Plan will require power plants to cut carbon dioxide emissions, 32 percent from 2005 levels by 2030.
Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesses are fuming over the failure of Congress to re-authorize the Export-Import Bank.