Donna Fields, 49, was walking home in a predominantly black neighborhood on the north side of Tulsa, Okla., when she was shot to death Friday night. "She's been an inspiration to us ... to see what God can do with anybody," her preacher said.
A Washington, D.C-area, family has donated more than 1,000 Civil War photographs to the Library of Congress. But you won't find the men in these photos in history books — they're enlisted soldiers, and most are unidentified. We set out to learn the story behind one photo subject's military service.
The Los Angeles Dodgers opened their home season Tuesday. The baseball team has new ownership and faces a number of challenges — including luring fans back to a stadium where a visiting Giants fan was beaten nearly to death last year.
The man accused of masterminding the bombing in 2000 is expected to testify Wednesday about the more than four years he spent in secret CIA prisons. And that's why, critics argue, the government is trying to ensure that Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri's testimony be heard in secret.
U.S. beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh is honing her game for the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she and playing partner Misty May-Treanor hope to continue a streak of dominance that goes back to 2004. One thing that might help, she says, is her new sponsorship deal with Pampers.
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