Today marks 11 years since America came under attack from terrorism, and US citizens and the armed services have come together to honor those killed in the attack and to make sure they are never forgotten.
More than 10,000 harmonicas will be handed out at the Houston Astros game tonight, to see if they can break the present world record for the number of instruments being played at the same time.
Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will donate $100,000 worth of new books to schools in need to match pledges from people who have committed to seeing the documentary film Waiting for Superman
Actor Michael Douglas has throat cancer and is undergoing radiation and chemo treatment for it. His wife of ten years, Catherine Zeta-Jones, says the tumor is the size of a walnut. She only wishes the cancer had been discovered earlier.
Country and Western singing star, Hank Williams Jr, will be among the star names attending and performing at the grand opening of a new event center at Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel. It will be the biggest draw card in the region.
Nickelodeon, that producer of children's TV and entertainment, has bought the rights to Winx Club, a magical action fantasy series that is targeted to thrill very young girls.
Consumers in the United States are hurrying to pay off their loans and debts while they can and before the present financial downturn can get any worse.
For the ninth time in 10 weeks, mortgage rates have fallen to the lowest level in decades, fuelled by fear that the US economy is…