West Point cadets traded in their traditional uniforms for a chef's white coat and hat in an exchange program with the Culinary Institute of America. The two institutions share similarities, including discipline, focus and leadership traini...
A Libyan charged in the deadly 1998 al-Qaida bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa pleaded not guilty Tuesday to terrorism charges in federal court in New York. (Oct 15)
Army Staff Sgt. Catherine Threat was furloughed from her civilian duty at a Wisconsin Army base, but it didn't keep her from taking on a new mission. She traveled to Chicago to help patrol the streets to keep school students safe. (Oct. 7)
A public university in southeast Alabama has opened a faith-based dorm community where daily Bible studies are common and beer drinking is strictly forbidden. (Oct. 7)
So many kids at a Connecticut middle school are repeating a commercial catchphrase that teachers and adminstrators have had to take action to keep it from becoming a major distraction. (Oct. 7)
We usually take them for granted when we go to the theater, but believable fight scenes take lots of practice to execute correctly. Robb Hunter teaches actors how to kill and injure one another safely and realistically. (Oct. 2)
The National Library for the Study of George Washington opens Friday at the first president's historic estate at Mount Vernon. The library's 'founding director' Douglas Bradburn shares insights about the facility - a long time in the making...
The orchards at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station are essentially a big lab spread over 50 acres to develop apples that are tasty for consumers and hearty for farmers. (Sept. 27)
On her first day as the new Miss America, Nina Davuluri dipped her toes into the Atlantic City surf and addressed reporters on her first stop in a slew of media appearances. (Sept. 16)
A growing number of U.S. students with autism and other learning disabilities are taking advantage of newly available support services to help them fit in on campus and earn their degrees. (Sept. 16)