The world is no stranger to extreme temperatures and those currently baking in the blistering Arizona heat can testify to that.
'It was so in-time and so beautiful,' he said of his work with MFSB, 'that it was like a religious feeling'
Battered New Orleans welcomes back the Super Bowl and two teams who have their own stories to tell
A 24-year-old man was mauled to death by at least one grizzly bear while cleaning out the captive-bred animal's enclosure.
Butch Cassidy, the Wild West bandit and leader of the Wild Bunch gang, did not die in a shootout 1908 in Bolivia as popularly believed but survived and lived the rest of his days in Washington state, according to a book collector and a writer.
She was heiress to one of America's greatest "robber baron" fortunes of the 19th century. She spent most of the 20th century as a recluse, the owner of lavish estates in Connecticut and California where she did not set foot in 50 years, and died early in the 21st century in an unassuming room in a Manhattan hospital where she had lived under a false name, shrouded in mystery and solitude. Whether Huguette Clark was happy or sad in her strange existence may never be known. But with her has vanished one of the very last remaining links with the New York of the Gilded Age, populated by Fricks and Guggenheims, Astors, Rockefellers and Vanderbilts – and the Clarks.
Permits for wolf hunts are selling briskly in the US state of Idaho, after most wolves in the Northern Rockies were officially struck from the endangered species list in an unprecedented removal of protection by Congress.
The world's oldest man has celebrated his 114th birthday with a traditional Japanese meal.
San Francisco quarterbacks struggling in comparison with Montana and Co
Interpol and the Mounties join the race to track down a fugitive couple who have eluded police in several US states
The Saturday Column
Nicolas Cage's turn in Bad Lieutenant is the latest example of movie overacting. But, says Leigh Singer, hamming it up on film is an art form in itself – we should admire and enjoy it
Sharon Stone's representative has denied reports police detained her at an airport.
They may be tiny, but they're marching across the US in their billions, killing vast swathes of woodland. Graham Mole reports on a modern-day plague
Jonathan Ross's Saturday morning show on Radio 2 will no longer be broadcast live.
Since disbanding Grandaddy prior to the band's 2006 swansong Just Like The Fambly Cat, Jason Lytle has decamped to rural Montana, where he recorded this solo debut entirely on his own.