Altera Deal Accelerates Intel Shift From PCs

Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich’s deal for Altera is a brash step after mostly incremental changes...

By / June 2, 2015

Paying the Price

Thomas Sowell, Investor's Business DailyBaltimore is now paying the price for irresponsible words and actions,...

By Thomas / June 2, 2015

Costly Bet on Big Cargo Ships Comes Up Short

The world’s biggest container-shipping operators are making an expensive bet by committing billions...

By / June 1, 2015

Paradise Lost: What the Texas Floods Swept Away

WIMBERLEY, TEXAS—The flash flood warnings kept coming in over television. That is, until the power...

By Richard / May 28, 2015

How to Fix a Broken Police Department

CINCINNATI—Citizens were throwing stones and beer bottles at police officers in front of City Hall,...

By Alana / May 28, 2015

American Futures Updates, from Mississippi to Arizona to California

Recent notes in the news: 1) The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science. A year ago my wife Deb and I had a deeply...

By James / May 28, 2015

A High School that Changes Lives, One at a Time

During our American Futures tour around the country, we have visited all kinds of schools. There are specialized...

By Deborah / May 28, 2015

Bring Back the Military Draft? Your Thoughts

In the wake of another Memorial Day, when most Americans recognized their fallen veterans by staying...

By Chris / May 27, 2015

Border Patrol Agents Tase an Unarmed Woman Inside the U.S.

When the Border Patrol stopped Jessica A. Cooke at a checkpoint, the 21-year-old was about to earn her degree...

By Conor / May 26, 2015

The Man With the Winged Hand-Grenade Tattoo

Jeff Slater, an Army Infantry veteran who served in Iraq, is featured in an online exhibit called War Ink that...

By Jason / May 25, 2015

'This Is Straight Murder': A Troubling Acquittal in Cleveland

On November 29, 2012, police officers and witnesses heard what appeared to be gunshots coming from a car driving...

By Matt / May 23, 2015

'Mayday! Emergency Landing. We're on Fire.'

Two weeks ago today, on the 70th anniversary of V-E Day, workaday life in downtown Washington came to a momentary...

By James / May 22, 2015


Review: ‘Entourage,’ the Screen Is Bigger, but Nothing Is Better

By the time the show reached the end of its HBO run in 2011, it had grown staler than last night’s...

By A. / June 2, 2015

Senate Surveillance Bill Passes Hurdle, but Showdown Looms

Defense hawks are seeking to roll back proposed controls on government spying contained in a bill passed...

By JENNIFER / June 2, 2015

A Snarled Route to Driver’s Licenses for Immigrants in Colorado

Though the state began handling driver’s license applications from undocumented immigrants, they face...

By JACK / June 2, 2015

FIFA Defends Second-Highest Official Against Corruption Allegations

Soccer’s world governing body said in a statement that payments at the center of a Department of Justice...

By SAM / June 2, 2015

Poll Shows Americans Favor Overhaul of Campaign Financing

Americans of both parties reject the regime of untrammeled money in elections, but more than half are pessimistic...

By NICHOLAS / June 2, 2015

City Room: New York Today: It’s Raining, It’s Pouring

Tuesday: Flash flooding (did we mention rain?) and awards for public servants (not rain-related).

By TATIANA / June 2, 2015

MMA star turns to film

By Fox / June 2, 2015

Egypt Court Postpones Morsi Death Sentence Ruling

An Egyptian court postponed on Tuesday issuing a final ruling over a death sentence recommendation for former...

By REUTERS / June 2, 2015

Families Wait in Vain for News as Rescue Efforts Continue on Yangtze River

More than 18 hours after the Oriental Star capsized, the vast majority of the 458 people on board were...

By EDWARD / June 2, 2015


The Best Soundtrack for Productivity

Now that more employers are transitioning to open-plan offices, workers increasingly get to enjoy all clacking...

By Olga / June 2, 2015

Did Your Dog Get Skunked? There's an Easy Household Remedy

Did your dog get skunked? Neutralize odor with a remedy made from common household products

By ABC / June 2, 2015

Where Should Poor People Live?

AMHERST, Mass. — When Peter Gagliardi first heard about an owner looking to sell an old farmhouse in this...

By Alana / June 2, 2015

Why Has America Stopped Winning Wars?

At 9:44 p.m. on July 27, 1953, Harold Smith had just 16 more minutes of the Korean War to survive before...

By Dominic / June 2, 2015

5 Things to Know This Morning

Your look at the five biggest stories this morning. 1. Cruise Ship in China Capsizes; Hundreds Missing Two...

By ABC / June 2, 2015

8 men arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual grooming in Oxford, England - @TheOxfordMail

8 men arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual grooming in Oxford, England - @TheOxfordMail

By David / June 2, 2015

Fracking a Hazard or Hope for American Energy?

Many believe hydraulic fracturing is a key component to helping the United States become energy independent....

By / June 2, 2015

Photo: Union Station in Washington, DC, flooding as heavy rains continue - @NickStarlingTV

Photo: Union Station in Washington, DC, flooding as heavy rains continue - @NickStarlingTV

By Jillian / June 1, 2015

California Farmers Submitting Plans to Save Water Under Deal

California farmers submit plans to save water under deal with state to avoid mandatory cuts

By ABC / June 1, 2015

Police Allow Addicts to Turn in Drugs If They Seek Treatment

Police in Massachusetts city allow addicts to turn in drugs without arrest if seek treatment

By ABC / June 1, 2015

The Limits of Religious-Freedom Protections

The Supreme Court hasn’t been shy recently about protecting religious freedom. In an 8-1 decision released...

By David / June 1, 2015

Giving to Charity Via Unlikely Middlemen: Walmart and Coke

Liam Monaghan, a 37-year-old white South African who now lives in California, knows from personal experience...

By Saki / June 1, 2015


Hooters Waitress, 22, Donates Kidney to War Veteran She Barely Knows; Says Jesus Sent Her to 'Serve Him and Others'

A Hooters waitress in Fulton County, Georgia, is being hailed a hero for donating one of her kidneys...

By The / June 1, 2015


WWI vets get Medal of Honor

Nearly a century after their heroic efforts, two World War I veterans who may have been overlooked for the Medal...

By / June 2, 2015

And the most fashionable Americans are...

By / June 2, 2015

W.H. slams Senate over NSA lapse

NSA spying program has been shut down, for now. CNN's Michelle Kosinski reports.

By / June 2, 2015

NASA is indeed testing a flying saucer

Keep an eye on the skies over Hawaii on Wednesday. If all goes to plan, NASA will be testing out a saucer-shaped...

By / June 2, 2015

When can you video the police?

Defense attorney offers insights about your right to record what's going on around you.        

By USATODAY / June 2, 2015

Bad stuff dehydration causes

Dehydration also brings on health effects that include headaches, loss of focus, and irritability.

By / June 2, 2015

Dashcam: Police shoot pastor

Authorities say a dashcam video shows officers were assaulted before fatally shooting a 35-year-old pastor....

By / June 2, 2015

Let's be honest about Caitlyn Jenner

So Bruce Jenner officially said farewell to his former male identity by introducing the world to Caitlyn...

By / June 2, 2015

Soccer pros apologize after report of racist orgy

Three Leicester City players apologized Sunday after a video surfaced that reportedly shows them participating...

By / June 2, 2015

What a shot! 39 amazing sports photos

By / June 2, 2015

Is this what London will look like in 100 years?

From spaceports and high-rise farms to floating cities and epic bridges, engineering experts predict...

By / June 2, 2015

Race is on to become Hillary Clinton alternative

The race to become the liberal alternative to Hillary Clinton is on.

By / June 2, 2015