Iran Matters Most

Roger Cohen, New York Times...

By Roger / March 31, 2015

Richemont to Merge Net-A-Porter With Yoox Group

Richemont plans to combine its online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter with Italian Web-based clothing company...

By / March 31, 2015

End-of-Day Wrap-Up: Shots Fired at the NSA

What's Happening: A Shooting at the NSA One man was killed and another was injured after two men tried...

By Jake / March 30, 2015

U.S. Supreme Court: GPS Trackers Are a Form of Search and Seizure

If the government puts a GPS tracker on you, your car, or any of your personal effects, it counts as a search—and...

By Robinson / March 30, 2015

A Bizarre Shooting at Fort Meade

On Monday morning, two men reportedly dressed as women attempted to drive through the security gate outside...

By Adam / March 30, 2015

On the Road, in Arizona and Colorado

Early this month we kicked off Season 3 of our American Futures travels with west coast reports, starting...

By James / March 30, 2015

President Obama's Next Earthquake

Jackson Diehl, Washington Post...

By Jackson / March 30, 2015

Can We Learn Anything From the Germanwings Disaster?

Previously on this topic, see "Could the Crash Have Been Avoided?", "Pilots on Germanwings," and "More...

By James / March 30, 2015

Ajo, Arizona: A Small Town Pushed to the Brink, and Coming Back

It’s time for next stop on the western swing of our American Futures journeys. This brings us to Ajo,...

By Deborah / March 30, 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

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By Chris / March 27, 2015

A Horrific Building Collapse in New York

Whole building is in flames now. — Scott Westerfeld (@ScottWesterfeld) March...

By David / March 26, 2015


Obama Lifts Arms Freeze Against Egypt

The move is an attempt to improve relations with a longtime ally in the Middle East at a time of unrest...

By PETER / March 31, 2015

New York Times Develops an Apple Watch App

The app will offer brief news articles written specially for users of the watch, which will be available...

By RAVI / March 31, 2015

Lufthansa Now Says It Knew of Co-Pilot’s Previous Depression

The company said the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, had informed it of his depressive episodes in 2009.

By NICHOLAS / March 31, 2015

Japan, Sticking With U.S., Says It Won’t Join China-Led Bank

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said it was important for strategic reasons that Japan back the United States,...

By MARTIN / March 31, 2015

House Panel Seeks Private Talk With Hillary Clinton About Email

Representative Trey Gowdy said a private, transcribed interview would protect Mrs. Clinton’s privacy...

By MICHAEL / March 31, 2015

Well: Fish Oil Claims Not Supported by Research

The vast majority of clinical trials have found no evidence that fish oil supplements lower the risk...

By ANAHAD / March 31, 2015

Opponent Holds Lead in Nigeria’s Election

Muhammadu Buhari, a former military strongman, has a lead of more than one million votes as counting...

By ADAM / March 31, 2015

Trevor Noah's tweets called 'anti-Semitic,' 'racist,' 'sexist'

Some voices in the Twitterverse are calling for the network to oust him after several of his past tweets...

By FOX / March 31, 2015

U.N. Warns of ‘Total Collapse’ in Yemen as Houthis Continue Offensive

The warning came amid reports of heavy fighting in the port city of Aden that had left streets lined...

By NICK / March 31, 2015


Photo: 3 ambulances on scene in Fresno, Calif.; none in use, @corinhoggard reports

Photo: 3 ambulances on scene in Fresno, Calif.; none in use, @corinhoggard reports

By Stephanie / March 31, 2015

The Hidden Effects of Cheap Oil

What do Russia, Exxon Mobil, and ISIS have in common? Not much, except that they’re all grappling with...

By Moisés / March 31, 2015

Hillary Clinton Makes It Hard to Follow the Money

One way to evaluate presidential candidates is to follow the money. To whom is a politician beholden?...

By Conor / March 31, 2015

Morality Report: Precrime Comes to the Office

As an indicator of a job candidate's virtues, the trio of a résumé, a cover letter, and an interview...

By Joe / March 31, 2015

Can Business School Save a Company?

Cromona, KY—There’s nothing easy about being a tiny print shop and newspaper publisher located in the mountains...

By Alana / March 31, 2015

The Funniest Moments From Justin Bieber's Roast

Justin Bieber's singing career, his brushes with the law and his former girlfriend Selena Gomez were...

By ABC / March 31, 2015

New Arizona Governor Avoids Major Issues With Apparent Ease

New Arizona governor sidesteps major issues that might offend conservative Republican base

By ABC / March 31, 2015

Avoiding Conflict Could Be Making Your Life Shorter

Conflict is a normal part of daily life and relationships but many people want to avoid confrontation...

By / March 31, 2015

Australian football anti-doping tribunal finds 34 past and present Essendon players not guilty - @SBSNews

Australian football anti-doping tribunal finds 34 past and present Essendon players not guilty - @SBSNews

By Jimmy / March 31, 2015

Tidal: Long Live Millionaire Musicians

A change has come to music, and its color is hex #00ffff. Additionally known as cyan, aqua, electric...

By Spencer / March 30, 2015

Greek Prime Minister: Debt Needs Restructuring for Repayment

As pressure from lenders grows, Greece says debt repayment impossible without restructuring

By ABC / March 30, 2015

When Do Official Documents Belong to the Public?

Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email address and server to conduct government business as secretary...

By ​Elizabeth / March 30, 2015


Amanda Knox Makes Emotional Statement Hours After Being Cleared of Murder Charge

Italy's highest court has ended Amanda Knox's long, high profile legal saga on Friday, March 27 as it overturned...

By The / March 30, 2015


Selena: 20 years after her death

When Selena was breaking concert attendance records at home and abroad, there weren't a lot of crossover...

By / March 31, 2015

Boston bombing: Defense rests

The defense in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev rested Tuesday afternoon after presenting...

By / March 31, 2015

People with Down syndrome sit for stunning portraits

Icelandic photographer Sigga Ella wanted to show that people with Down syndrome are more than a chromosomal...

By / March 31, 2015

The Vietnam War, Part II: Losses and Withdrawal (50 photos)

Early in 1968, North Vietnamese troops and the Viet Cong launched the largest battle of the Vietnam War,...

By The / March 31, 2015

Opinion: What if my patient is a pilot?

"A pilot called me last week, concerned he might have Marfan syndome," a health care provider told me recently...

By / March 31, 2015

Nigerian president concedes

Incumbent Goodluck Jonathan phoned former military leader Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday to concede defeat...

By / March 31, 2015

Source: Clinton also used multiple devices for email

Hillary Clinton emailed her staff with multiple devices while serving as secretary of state, according...

By / March 31, 2015

Governor: We have a perception problem

Indiana Governor Mike Pence speaks to reporters in the wake of backlash against the state's controversial...

By / March 31, 2015

World's tallest hotel planned for tiny village

Mention of the Swiss Alps usually conjures a rush of pleasingly nostalgic images.

By / March 31, 2015

Worst, best foods to eat when you're sick

Broccoli, beer and chocolate are bad, while pretzels, salmon and avocados are good, depending on the symptoms. ...

By / March 31, 2015

Patriots owner: Hernandez said he didn't do it

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft testifies about the conversation he had with Aaron Hernandez...

By / March 31, 2015

McCartney's ex targets ski speed record

Imagine traveling down a ski slope at 200km/h. Now imagine doing so on one leg.

By / March 31, 2015