Posted: 9:13 AM Does this sound like you? Two cups of coffee in the morning, a coffee break at 11 or so, another cup in the afternoon and a cup after dinner? That might be enough to interfere with sleep or even give some people the jitters, but it’s nowhere near an overdose. It may also be nothing compared to what some teenagers are consuming to deal with schoolwork or job pressures.
Posted: 9:41 AM Parents of students at Piedmont High School in Piedmont, California, received a letter from the principal last week alerting them to the existence of an extracurricular game among male varsity athletes involving the receipt of "score points" in exchange for sexual activities with female students.
Posted: 9:17 AM Republican Mitt Romney entered Monday night's debate on foreign policy with the goal of presenting himself as a competent, plausible alternative to President Barack Obama as commander in chief.
Posted: 10:29 AM The maker of Banana Boat sunscreen recalled 23 spray-on products Friday saying there was a risk they could catch fire on one's skin, after reports of five people being burned in the US and Canada.
Updated: 10:16 AM The State Fair of Texas - marked this year by the loss of the towering, cowboy-hat-wearing Big Tex in a fire - may surpass the all-time high spent in previous years on food and amusement rides.
Posted: 12:04 PM An 80-year-old Connecticut woman has been charged with larceny and breach of peace after tearing down political signs that included an image of President Barack Obama with an Adolph Hitler-style mustache.
Posted: 10:09 AM Now that the dust has settled in the New Mexico desert where supersonic skydiver "Fearless Felix" Baumgartner landed safely on his feet, researchers are exhilarated over the possibility his exploit could someday help save the lives of pilots and space travelers in a disaster.
Posted: 2:06 PM Canadian authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 15-year-old Amanda Todd, who made a heartbreaking video chronicling years of bullying in school and online.
Updated: 10:30 AM It wasn't "there you go again" or "you're no Jack Kennedy," but one of the more quoted lines from the latest presidential debate might well be "binders full of women" -- at least if Democrats have any say in the matter.