Average Lifespan For Americans Down, According To CDCAmericans are not living as long as they used to, according to new numbers released by the CDC on Thursday.
Americans Sweep Europe To Start Ryder CupThe Americans played Friday morning as if maybe they are the best team ever assembled.
Md. Astronaut Loses Hair After Losing U.S. Soccer BetThe American astronauts aboard the International Space Station, including Baltimore County's Reid Wiseman, lose a bet and then lose their hair.
Frequent Flyers, Rejoice! Southwest Joins TSA's Pre-Check ProgramAirline travel is about to get easier for millions of Americans. This week, Southwest announced it's joining the TSA's pre-check program.
Thousands Get Ready To Take Steps To Find A Cure For DiabetesNearly 26 million Americans are fighting diabetes, a disease that is outpacing cancer, AIDS and heart disease. It affects both children and adults.
Hackers Charged For Stealing 160 Million Credit Card NumbersA gang of computer hackers are busted for stealing the credit card numbers of 160 million Americans. Seventeen major corporations were hacked, including a number of companies here in Maryland.
Spy Program Gathered Americans' Internet Records The Obama administration gathered U.S. citizens' Internet data until 2011, continuing a spying program started under President George W. Bush that revealed whom Americans exchanged emails with and the Internet Protocol address of their computer, documents disclosed Thursday show.
Americans Will Pay An Average Of $3.55 Per Gallon Of Gas In 2013This year, you may end up paying more for gas than you'd thought.
Americans Sicker Compared To Other Wealthy NationsAmericans die young and have high rates of many types of diseases and injuries.
Americans Are Keeping Up On Car Payments Despite Easy CreditSince credit lending has eased again, Americans are keeping up with their financial obligations.
Vertigo Strikes Up To 20 Million Americans, Surgery Can HelpDoctors estimate that vertigo affects about 20 million people and the numbers seem to be on the rise.
Gov. O'Malley Says Americans Are Better OffMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Friday that he didn't mean to say in a recent network news interview that people are worse off than they were four years ago.