A scientist from the American Meteor Society talks about the meteor that exploded above the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February.
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Starting in August 2013, the U.S. Postal Service will cut Saturday delivery.
Fifty years after the Equal Pay Act, women still make on average 79 percent of what men make.
Haiti had not seen any cases of cholera for 100 years. But since 2010, after the earthquake, more than 8,000 people have died from the disease.
Find out what Vanessa wants to be when she grows up, and learn about the history of Colombia.
Before FEMA took its first steps after Superstorm Sandy, local community groups had sprung to action, providing crucial emergency relief to residents in New York and New Jersey.
In Mexico, Wal-Mart has used bribes to get around the law.
A powerful storm that hit the Philippines in early December raises questions about typhoons.
Following the 2012 Congressional elections, more women will be members of Congress than ever before in US history.