Hillary Clinton's Bribery Scandal

Peter Wehner, CommentaryEarlier this week I referred to Hillary Clinton’s “tangle of corruption.”...

By Peter / April 26, 2015

Tesla Motors' Twitter Account Hacked

Tesla Motors’ official Twitter account was hacked by a person or people who identified themselves as the #ripprgang.

By WSJ.com: / April 26, 2015

Volkswagen Chairman Piech Resigns

The powerful chairman of Volkswagen unexpectedly resigned, opening a new period of uncertainty for the automotive...

By WSJ.com: / April 25, 2015


The President Daydreams on Iran

Mortimer Zuckerman, Wall St. JournalAnyone who looks at the nuclear deal and sees success is living in a world...

By Mortimer / April 25, 2015

The True Story Behind <i>True Story</i>

If evil—pure evil—exists, is it an elegant, seductive aura of darkness, or a shambling, seriocomic...

By Garrett / April 24, 2015

Asheville Just 'Happened' to Develop a Nice Downtown—Or Did It?

Here's how we got to today's post: through the past few weeks, I've done a variety of items on the attempts...

By James / April 24, 2015


Why It Was Wrong to Shut Down Boston After the Bombing

When two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston marathon on April 15, 2013, police officers...

By Conor / April 24, 2015

What Can Michael Brown's Parents Achieve by Suing Ferguson?

First, a grand jury opted not to charge Darren Wilson in Michael Brown's death. Then the Justice Department,...

By David / April 23, 2015

Bennett Beach Runs in Boston, Gary Heyne's Influence Lasts in Shanghai

This is an update on two people whose achievements I've noted in this space over the years. 1) Back in 1969...

By James / April 23, 2015


Damage Lingers From Retracted Rolling Stone</em> Story

Much of the focus on Rolling Stone's retracted "Rape on Campus" article has centered around its journalistic...

By Matt / April 23, 2015

Equal Time for Tampa, and More on Asheville Too

Hey, watch what you say about Tampa! In a post from China on Tuesday, I quoted a reader on the unpredictability...

By James / April 23, 2015

Can Starbucks Salvage the American Dream?

This article was originally published at http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/390978/starbucks-university/

By Paul / April 22, 2015


 

Hillary: 'Religious Beliefs' Must Change For Sake Of Abortion

By FOX / April 26, 2015

Packed Field Stokes Competition for Digital Ad Dollars

Heavyweights like AOL, Google and Yahoo will vie with upstarts like Refinery29 and Vice in an increasingly...

By SYDNEY / April 26, 2015

Nepal Earthquake Poses Challenge to International Aid Agencies

International agencies, even those with staff members on the ground, face logistical hurdles in distributing...

By MARK / April 26, 2015


Justices to Hear Challenge to Lethal-Injection Drug

Three convicted murderers are fighting the use of midazolam in executions, which experts say cannot reliably...

By ERIK / April 26, 2015

Tax Break Used by Investors in Flipping Art Faces Scrutiny

As more savvy buyers use art to put off and sometimes avoid taxes under the like-kind exchange rule,...

By GRAHAM / April 26, 2015

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By NYT / April 26, 2015


Nepal Struggles to Provide Relief

The country’s premier rushed back from an overseas trip as the government began setting up relief stations.

By THE / April 26, 2015

First Draft: George W. Bush Opens Up About 2016 Race

The former president suggests that his last name was a burden to his brother, the likely presidential...

By JASON / April 26, 2015

Death Toll From Nepal Quake Passes 2,100 as Aftershocks Terrorize Capital

On Mount Everest, helicopter rescue operations began Sunday morning to bring wounded climbers down off the mountain...

By BHADRA / April 26, 2015


 

Man Driving Motorhome Leads Alaska State Troopers on a Chase

Man driving motorhome leads Alaska State Troopers on a chase; he was wanted on fraud charges

By ABC / April 26, 2015

2 shot dead by police during protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza in Burundi's capital, Red Cross says - @Reuters

2 shot dead by police during protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza in Burundi's capital, Red Cross...

By Tricia / April 26, 2015

The After-Work Email Quandary

I remember a conversation with a colleague a couple years ago: During one summer Friday, nearly half...

By Bourree / April 26, 2015


Freddie Gray Protests Turn Violent in Baltimore

Gray, 25, died April 19th after his arrest in Baltimore.

By ABC / April 26, 2015

Coast Guard: 4 Missing After Sailboats Capsize in Alabama

Coast Guard searches for 4 people missing in Alabama waters after sailboats capsize in storm

By ABC / April 26, 2015

CBN News Sunday: Same-Sex Marriage Debate & Children

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments about the legality of same-sex marriages on April 28th....

By CBN.com / April 26, 2015


Video: Protesters in Baltimore throw rocks and more at police - @cmcampbell6

Video: Protesters in Baltimore throw rocks and more at police - @cmcampbell6

By Jimmy / April 26, 2015

Baltimore Marchers Stage 'Die-In' Proesting Police-Custody Death

The latest on Baltimore police-custody death: March leaves City Hall, group heads to stadium

By ABC / April 25, 2015

Digital Download: Will Apple Watch Mean Annoying New Tech Habits?

The highly anticipated Apple Watch hits stores Friday and unlike Apple's other devices, users never have...

By CBN.com / April 25, 2015


What Sweden and Japan Can Teach the U.S. About Its Aging Workforce

In just 15 years more than 20 percent of the U.S. population will be over the age of 65. That's more...

By Gillian / April 24, 2015

A Controversial Telecom Merger May Be Averted

Despite a shaky reputation with consumers, Comcast, America's dominant cable and broadband provider,...

By Matt / April 23, 2015

H Is for Hillary

The growing slate of 2016 presidential candidates had barely had a chance to announce their campaigns...

By Steven / April 23, 2015


 

Pro-Life Students Say North Dakota School Is Banning Their Club; Fargo Public Schools Deny Discrimination

A school district in North Dakota has denied discriminating against students from two high schools attempting...

By The / April 25, 2015

Family of Michael Brown Sues City of Ferguson, Police Officer Darren Wilson; Seeking $75,000 Damages

The parents of Michael Brown filed a wrongful-death lawsuit again the city of Ferguson on Thursday, which...

By The / April 23, 2015

 

Korea: 24 intoxicated hours

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Netflix to stream 'Full House' reunion, spinoff

So, you'd like a "Full House" reunion and spinoff? You got it, dude!

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Will John Roberts anger conservatives?

Chief Justice John Roberts is back in the spotlight.

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015


Remebering Gallipoli after 100 years

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Video shows moment of avalanche on Mount Everest

New video shows the moment an avalanche strikes on Mount Everest after an 8.4 magnitude earthquake in Nepal. ...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Man attacked by bear for second time

A Washington man was attacked by a bear for the second time while walking his dog. CNN affiliate KOMO...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015


Exclusive: First diplomat for LGBT rights speaks out

U.S. diplomat Randy Berry hopes to change anti-gay attitudes around the world.        

By USATODAY / April 26, 2015

Bergen: Did hostage have to die?

Warren Weinstein, who appears to have been the only American citizen held hostage by al Qaeda, was accidentally...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Voices of Aurora: Coping with grief, conquering life

On July 20, 2012, excited moviegoers gathered for a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" at the Century...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015


Scuffles, smashed windows mar Baltimore protests

Shop owners are paying a price for rage over Freddie Gray's death in police custody. The vast majority...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Obama breaks promise to acknowledge Armenian genocide

This week is the 100th anniversary of what many historians acknowledge as the Armenian genocide -- the Turkish...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015

Missing women survive on Girl Scout cookies

Snacks and a shiny SUV windshield saved two sisters who were stranded for almost two weeks in Michigan's...

By CNN.com / April 26, 2015