Farewell Sears Tower: Tallest Building in U.S. Renamed

But when Chicago residents go to bed Thursday night their beloved Sears Tower, one of the world's iconic skyscrapers and the tallest building in the U.S., will no longer be the Sears Tower. It will be Willis Tower.

3 Dead After Small Plane Crashes Near Los Angeles

A small plane crashed between buildings at a suburban Los Angeles airport Wednesday, killing three people on board, authorities said.

The Seavers: Now and Then

PHOTOS: The 'Growing Pains' clan was one of TV's happiest families — so how did the Seaver kids turn out?

Police Shoot, Kill Armed Man Near U.S. Capitol

A police chase near the U.S. Capitol ended in a chaotic scene Wednesday evening with police shooting and killing a fleeing man after he pulled a gun on officers.

16-Year-Old Girl Convicted of Soliciting Dad's Murder

Maryland jurors have convicted a 16-year-old girl of soliciting the murder of her father who was stabbed to death outside the family's Hagerstown home on Halloween.

NASCAR: Driver Mayfield Again Tests Positive for Meth

NASCAR is calling for a federal judge to reinstate Jeremy Mayfield's drug suspension after it says the driver has again tested positive for methamphetamine.

Iraqi Offer of $$$ for Mixed Couples Bears Fruit

The Iraqi government is offering Sunnis and Shiites nearly $2,000 to marry, part of an attempt to heal the bloody sectarian divide that has riven the country in recent years.

Space Shuttle Endeavour Blasts Off After Month of Delays

Space shuttle Endeavour and seven astronauts are on their way to the international space station after more than a month's delay.

Palestinian President Shuts Al-Jazeera After Arafat Slur

The Arabic news channel Al-Jazeera was forced today to suspend its operations in the West Bank, one day after a guest on the station accused the Palestinian President of playing a role in Yassir Arafat’s death.