Thursday, April 5 marks the 18th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death. Here are a few notable people who's lives ended too soon.
Orlando's Amway Arena went down in a cloud of dust. (03/25/12)
Sheets of music by Mozart, recently found in a handwritten music book from 1780, are brought to life.
Sick people continue to make pilgrimages to a faith healer who started his practice in Brazil in 1978.
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk is the first exhibition devoted to the celebrated French designer and is at the de Young until August 19, 2012.
Look at the past week's entertainment headlines.
Ski resorts in New England and Canada are hurting because of the early warm weather, which leads to odd-looking outfits on the slopes.
Celebrities use their star power to sell all sorts of things. Check out the stars who've started their own liquor brands.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has been closing in on the giant asteroid Vesta and giving the space agency a glimpse of the asteroid's surface.
He shot to fame as America's favorite high school troublemaker in WarGames & Ferris Bueller's Day Off. But, believe it or not, Matthew Broderick is celebrating his 50th birthday this year.
It's the past home of Queen Victoria and Princess Diana, the future residence of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge — and, it's hoped, a stop on tourists' London itineraries.
WARNING - GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Animal rights activists in Spain stage a protest with human models posed as slabs of meat in Barcelona.
A strong 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit Mexico on Tuesday, shaking central and southern parts of the country, collapsing a pedestrian bridge and swaying buildings in Mexico City.
Gorgeous blooms and baby animals signal spring's arrival.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates its 100th anniversary this year. The 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Toyko's mayor to the city of Washington, DC. has helped cultivate a close relationship between the two countries.
The internet and social networking are credited for a resurgence in "sneakerheads" who collect limited-edition shoes and re-sell them for a nifty profit.