The American Revolutionary War ends, baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb collects his last hit, the Allies declare war on Germany during World War II, and a U.S. Supreme Court chief justice dies, all on this day.
Everybody knows -- or should know -- that you should avoid saying "Xerox" when referring to photocopies, or "Coke" when asking for a soft drink. Here are 10 more words that you might not realize are also trademarked.
China showed off its growing military Wednesday during a parade to mark the 70th Anniversary of the 'Victory of Chinese People's Resistance against Japanese Aggression and World Anti-Fascist War,' or World War II.
Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Barry G. Williams on Wednesday morning denied two key defense motions in the Freddie Gray case -- both the motion to dismiss the case for alleged prosecutorial misconduct and the motion to recuse prosecutor Marilyn Mosby from the case. The pretrial hearing came…
Police ended the search for three people wanted in connection with the shooting death of a Fox Lake, Illinois, police officer, but authorities say the investigation continues. Here is timeline of events.
Thursday marks 25 years since Stevie Ray Vaughan died in a helicopter crash. In honor of the legendary blues guitarist, join us in remembering him and other stars who died too young, some at the height of their careers.
Jack the Ripper claims his first victim, Coca-Cola makes its European debut, Jimi Hendrix rocks in the early morning hours at the Isle of Wight, and the "People's Princess" dies in a car crash, all on this day.
Secretary of State John Kerry attended a ceremony in Havana to raise the flag above the U.S. Embassy for the first time in 54 years. Get up to speed on the last five decades of American foreign policy toward Cuba.
You may have never heard of Flakka, but chances are your children have. Robert Arnold explores the buzz around the latest deadly designer drug and why it's so easy for kids to get their hands on it, tonight on Channel 2 News at 10...