From an election to the Olympics to hurricanes, 2012 was a year to remember.
Secret video exposes how Romney really feels
Holmes, suspect in Aurora massacre, charged with 142 counts in all
To keep the option of pursuing either the death penalty or life in prison should Aurora, Colo., massacre suspect James Holmes be convicted, prosecutors filed charges under two different state laws -- two charges for each of the victims.
Raw Video: Superstorm Sandy's path of destruction
Video released by the Port Authority of NY and NJ shows Path train stations flooding and airport runways that were turned into lakes after Sandy swept through the Northeast.
Trayvon Martin case: Zimmerman had a "little hero complex"
New evidence released in the Trayvon Martin case reveals at least one witness felt pressure by Sanford Police to back up Gerorge Zimmerman's story, and no one interviewed by police believed Zimmerman was a racist.
Gangnam Style crosses one billion view mark
A million views? You know what's cool? A billion views. A 34-year-old K-Pop artist made online video history when his viral video, Gangnam Style, smashed all our records and became the first video ever to reach one billion views.
Felix Baumgartner's supersonic freefall from 128k'
2012 in Review: Stories that turned heads
USA 2012 Olympic swim team sings 'Call Me Maybe'
Images of grief at Connecticut school shooting
Fans sink into Cruise’s 'Oblivion’ in $38.2M debut
Sci-fi flick has topped $150 million worldwide
NBC’s Al Michaels arrested for alleged DUI in Calif.
"Sunday Night Football" play-by-play man was arrested Friday night
Bed bugs thwarted by kidney bean leaves, study shows
Bed bugs have re-emerged as an urban blight in the past several years, forcing people out of homes, resisting chemical pesticides and evading other removal tactics. But researchers are building bug-catchers inspired by an age-old folk remedy to this “ancient scourge”: kidney bean leaves.
5,000 NYC pay phones will take you back to 1993
Want to journey to a grittier time in New York City’s not-too-distant past, when the murder rate was sky-high, Times Square was a crossroads of crime and porn, Starbucks had yet to arrive, and hardly anyone owned a cellphone?
Can computers decode dreams? Researchers take a first step
Dreams defy even the dreamer, slipping away as stealthily as they arrive in a mind made credulous by sleep. But what if scientists could read our dreams by using the most advanced medical imaging machines and employing the sophisticated algorithms that flag fraudulent transactions among millions of credit card purchases?
Tubby fired by U of M
Coach's 46-62 record in Big 10 instrumental in decision
Mo. golfer survives fall into Ill. course sinkhole
Fairway opened up underneath him, and he fell 18 feet, injuring shoulder
It is officially a good day to take a nap
With the time shift for Daylight Savings Time, many are shorter on sleep than usual
3-year-old saves family from blaze
A fast-acting Oklahoma 3-year-old braved flames to alert his parents about a house fire Tuesday.
Report: Assange sees legal defense in politics
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange regards his bid to become an Australian senator as a defense against potential criminal prosecution in the United States and Britain, a news website reported on Monday.
- More Talkers Headlines
- Fans sink into Cruise’s 'Oblivion’ in $38.2M debut