Police end bomb threat investigation near Facebook offices in Calif.
A few buildings were evacuated and everyone at the company is safe, according to Facebook officials; threat has been deemed safe
New details emerge about response at Alaska airport, military base during massive earthquake
A work truck had to be used as a mini air traffic control tower at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
Regents Pick Lone Finalist Joan Gabel For University Of Minnesota President
The University of Minnesota's Board of Regents on Wednesday advanced Joan Gabel, provost at the University of South Carolina, as the single finalist for the president's job at Minnesota's landmark university. If ultimately selected, Gabel would become the first female president in the history of the University of Minnesota. "Provost Gabel has shown strong leadership at the University of South Carolina and her previous institutions, and the Presidential Search Advisory Committee strongly recommended her after in-depth analysis and a comparison of 67 total candidates," regents Chair David McMillan said in a news release.
NASA turns to private companies for future moon missions
NASA picked nine companies to compete for up to $2.6 billion in funding for new commercial moon missions
Yemen's most innocent victims: 85,000 children under 5 may have died from starvation, report says
"For every child killed by bombs and bullets, dozens are starving to death and it's entirely preventable," according to the United Nations
Elvis Costello talks new album and sets the record straight on cancer scare
Costello is back on tour after taking a sudden break last summer and is out with his first new album in five years