Lorillard, Reynolds to Meet with FTC Ahead of Merger Decision

Reynolds American and Lorillard are expected to meet this week with members of the FTC ahead of a final...

By WSJ.com: / March 29, 2015

More from Pilots and Doctors on the Germanwings Crash

Following this initial item on what could, and could not have been foreseen about the Germanwings murder/suicide,...

By James / March 29, 2015

The Hillary "Spoilation"

Paul Mirengoff, PowerLine...

By Paul / March 29, 2015

Downtown Fresno Kicks Off Its Campaign

An unexpected satisfaction of following cities in our American Futures travels has been watching plans...

By James / March 27, 2015

A Stop-Motion Tour of New York City

This article was originally published at http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/388823/new-york-city-in-motion/

By Chris / March 27, 2015

The Sexually Conservative Millennial

Hookups: how vague. Dictionaries and sources of Internet wisdom define them as casual sexual encounters,...

By Emma / March 27, 2015

A Horrific Building Collapse in New York

Whole building is in flames now. pic.twitter.com/U3zGUPqi86 — Scott Westerfeld (@ScottWesterfeld) March...

By David / March 26, 2015

Unicorns and Gerrymanders at the Supreme Court

In Michael Mann’s 2004 noir film Collateral, Tom Cruise, as an out of town hit man, hires cabdriver...

By Garrett / March 26, 2015

Supreme Court: Treat a Pregnancy at Least as Forgivingly as a DUI

In the mid-aughts, the United Parcel Service had two policies that seem irreconcilable by any basic standard...

By Joe / March 25, 2015

If You're in Northern Mississippi This Weekend, Check Out 'The Blue and the Gray'

Last May, Deb Fallows wrote an account of a historical coincidence that linked The Atlantic Monthly of 150 years...

By James / March 25, 2015

End-of-Day Wrap-Up: California Dries Up

What's Happening: California's Running Dry The state's historic drought continues as its warmest-ever...

By Jake / March 24, 2015

Why the Fast-Food Ban Failed in South L.A.

The national discourse about health and obesity has never been a particularly cordial conversation. In 2008,...

By Adam / March 24, 2015


Well: GNC to Strengthen Supplement Quality Controls

The action comes after the New York State attorney general’s office accused GNC and three other major...

By ANAHAD / March 30, 2015

Tentative Deal Is Reached on New York State Budget

The agreement, reached by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and legislative leaders, includes several new ethics measures...

By THOMAS / March 30, 2015

Leading suspect in Tunisia museum attack killed

By Fox / March 30, 2015

Iran Backs Away From Key Detail in Nuclear Deal

With a negotiating deadline on Tuesday, Iranian officials have backed away from a critical element of a proposed...

By DAVID / March 30, 2015

Memo From Germany: Jet Crash Tests Germany’s Faith in Its Precision

The co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, in apparently deliberately crashing a plane, has upended Germany’s well-ordered...

By ALISON / March 30, 2015

Jeb Bush and Scott Walker Point G.O.P. to Contrary Paths

Mr. Bush and Mr. Walker are becoming prominent exponents of dueling visions of how a Republican can retake...

By JONATHAN / March 30, 2015

Duke 66, Gonzaga 52: Duke Defeats Gonzaga to Advance to Its 16th Final Four

The Blue Devils denied the Bulldogs their first trip to the national semifinals and will play Michigan...

By BEN / March 29, 2015

Uzbeks Vote on Expected 4th Term for Authoritarian

President Islam Karimov, in power since 1989, faced three ostensibly opposition candidates who used their...

By MANSUR / March 29, 2015

News Companies See Movies as Opportunity for Growth

Some of the most aggressive contemporary purveyors of information, journalistic and otherwise, are betting...

By MICHAEL / March 29, 2015


Hazardous tsunami waves possible around Papua New Guinea after preliminary magnitude 7.7 earthquake hits off coast - @NWS_NTWC

Hazardous tsunami waves possible around Papua New Guinea after preliminary magnitude 7.7 earthquake hits...

By Jillian / March 30, 2015

Indiana Governor: New Law 'Not About Discrimination'

Indiana governor: Religious objections law not a mistake; critics say it allows discrimination

By ABC / March 29, 2015

WWII Heroes to Give Congressional Gold Medal to Ohio Museum

Doolittle Raiders' congressional gold medal to be given to Air Force museum in Ohio

By ABC / March 29, 2015

Meeting between John Kerry, EU's Mogherini, French Foreign Minister Fabius and German Foreign Minister Steinmeier end - @CatherineEUspox

Meeting between John Kerry, EU's Mogherini, French Foreign Minister Fabius and German Foreign Minister...

By David / March 29, 2015

Sen. Ted Cruz: 'God Isn't Done with America Yet'

In the crowded field of likely Republican presidential candidates, one name jumped to the front of the pack...

By CBN.com / March 29, 2015

CBN News Weekend: Paying the Price for Standing Up

On CBN News Weekend, March 28: She stood up against Islam in Germany, and now she's been ostracized....

By CBN.com / March 29, 2015

Pilots on the Germanwings Murder/Suicide

After the Germanwings crash I argued that no single safety device or security protocol could protect...

By James / March 28, 2015

What's a Newfoundland Accent Worth?

Last year a Canadian public radio show called This is That reported on a somewhat ridiculous-seeming...

By Lila / March 28, 2015

What a Jury Can and Can't Prove About Sexism In Silicon Valley

A jury in San Francisco ruled Friday afternoon that Silicon Valley venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins...

By David / March 27, 2015

End-of-Day Wrap-Up: Harry Reid's Last Term

What's Happening: Senator Harry Reid Announces His Retirement The 75-year-old Democratic leader is politically...

By Jake / March 27, 2015

The Economics of Religious Freedom Bills

Now that Indiana Governor Mike Pence has signed his state's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration...

By Adam / March 27, 2015

Rick Perry, American Caudillo

AUSTIN, TEXAS—Right now, at least, Rick Perry seems to be getting nowhere. In fact, both of the ambitious...

By Richard / March 27, 2015


Black Pastor Explains Why He Decided to Become a Leader in a White Church

A black pastor who dared to be different by challenging racially stereotypical church models to become...

By The / March 29, 2015

Police Officer Shot During Fatal Gunfight With Christian Family Band Makes Remarkable Recovery

An Arizona police officer who was shot during a fatal gunfight with members of a Christian family band...

By The / March 27, 2015


Major quake strikes off island

A magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck off Papua New Guinea, the U.S. Geological Survey said Sunday. ...

By CNN.com / March 30, 2015

A glimpse of life on the reservation

Growing up in Germany, everything Felix von der Osten learned about Native Americans came from the books...

By CNN.com / March 30, 2015

7 shot on spring break

Officers in Panama City Beach, Florida, met "complete chaos" when they tried to find out what happened...

By CNN.com / March 30, 2015

Iran nuclear talks intensify

Nuclear talks intensified Sunday between world powers and Iran, but key sticking points remained unresolved...

By CNN.com / March 30, 2015

Riders climb off stalled coaster

Riders on a New York roller coaster took the long way down Sunday after Coney Island's historic Cyclone...

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

Powerful images of the NYC building collapse

A building collapsed in a heavy traveled section of New York's East Village. The cause is under investigation. ...

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

More 'Transformers' sequels, spinoffs coming

The bot world is getting bigger.

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

School bus explodes in flames

A bus driver is being hailed as a hero for safely evacuating 35 students from a school bus after it caught...

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

NASA to capture an asteroid?

NASA says its Asteroid Redirect Mission will allow it to conduct tests that are essential to preparing...

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

Ex-governor challenges Hillary Clinton

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a major shot at Hillary Clinton on Sunday, saying the country...

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

Opinion: TV too diverse? It's only a start

The mainstream shows featuring black characters are a sign of progress, but more are needed.

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015

Body found in N.Y. rubble

Crews searching at the site where a building exploded in New York's East Village found a body in the rubble...

By CNN.com / March 29, 2015