Hanging dead animals were for art project, woman says

GREENVILLE, SC (WHNS) -- A decomposing cat and dead squirrels hanging - that is what authorities said they found behind the home of a Greenville woman on Thursday morning.

Thousands turn out at Cowboys Stadium for RIT’s 28th Big Shot photograph

Arlington, Texas – People from across the country and around the world came together at the world’s largest domed stadium Saturday night to help make Rochester Institute of Technology’s 28th Big Shot photograph a success. More than 2,400 volunteer

Texas A&M selected to participate in Anga Collegiate Energy Challenge

College Station, TX - Texas A&M University is one of a select group of schools throughout the country invited to participate in this spring term of the America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) Collegiate Energy Challenge.

For repo men, economic recovery is a blow to business

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- At the height of the recession, Scott Lennon's business was doing well, but in today's recovery, it's struggling.

Costa Rica launches FIFA appeal after U.S.'s snow success

(CNN) -- It's snow joke -- but the weather has become the focus of the United States' attempts to qualify for the 2014 World Cup.

Republicans see shift in party ahead of same-sex marriage arguments

Republicans on Sunday described cracks appearing in their party's long-held opposition to same-sex marriage, an issue set to gain renewed attention when the Supreme Court hears arguments on its legality this week.

Bloomberg: Nanny-in-chief or health crusader?

New York City's billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg can get pretty much whatever he wants, whenever he wants.

Gas prices dip again in latest Lundberg Survey

U.S. gasoline prices have declined for four weeks straight and now average more than 20 cents a gallon cheaper than a year ago, according to a new nationwide survey.

'Winter' storm barrels toward Midwest, threatens onslaught of snow

The deluge of snow from the Rockies to the Midwest won't go away anytime soon, no matter what the calendar says. Parts of eight states will be under winter storm warning Sunday, despite the fact it's not winter anymore.

Exiled Pakistani ex-president home to 'save' nation despite death threat

In his first address since returning to Pakistan from self-exile, former President Pervez Musharraf declared his intention to run for office, saying he defied risks to "save" the country.