Court Rejects Apple's Bid to Shake Off Monitor

A federal appeals court has rejected Apple Inc.’s efforts to rid itself of a corporate monitor appointed...

By WSJ.com: / May 28, 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

Sloppiness Won't Doom Health Reforms

Froma Harrop, Seattle TimesHow many politicians, aides, lobbyists, lawyers, insurance moguls, professional...

By Froma / 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

Defense Puts Spotlight on Dewey & LeBoeuf Emails

If Dewey & LeBoeuf’s ex-CFO intended to commit fraud, he would have known better than to send allegedly...

By WSJ.com: / May 27, 2015

Distracted by Trivia While Libya Burned

David Ignatius, Washington PostWASHINGTON -- Secretaries of state have had private contacts since the job was created,...

By David / May 27, 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


John Nash's Beautiful Life

John Nash, a Nobel laureate and mathematical genius whose struggle with mental illness was documented...

By Matt / May 24, 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


 

U.S. to Limit Petroleum Drilling on Habitat of Greater Sage Grouse

The new plan would create buffer zones around areas where male grouses gather for breeding, many of which...

By CLIFFORD / May 28, 2015

How Family Income Affects Children’s College Chances

Draw your guess for every income level, then compare it with actual college enrollment data and other...

By GREGOR / May 28, 2015

Young Women Say No to Thongs

Among millennial women, full-bottom underwear is considered cool.

By HAYLEY / May 28, 2015


Women in Tunisia Tell of Decades of Police Cruelty, Violence and Rape

In an Arab country where women’s rights had made advances, women are testifying about abuses under...

By CARLOTTA / May 28, 2015

Bernie Sanders’s Message Resonates With a Certain Age Group: His Own

Mr. Sanders, 73, whose progressive views often appeal to young Americans, also seems to be striking a deep...

By PATRICK / May 28, 2015

Teva Settles Cephalon Case With F.T.C. for $1.2 Billion Over Sleep Drug

The agency had accused the company of illegally blocking generic competition of Provigil, a sleep-disorder...

By REBECCA / May 28, 2015


Natalie Portman: I was 'woefully unprepared' for 'Black Swan'

Natalie Portman advised graduating Harvard seniors Wednesday to use their inexperience to their advantage,...

By FOX / May 28, 2015

George Pataki Announces Run for the Republican Nomination

The former three-term governor of New York faces long odds, but being a moderate could give him a bit of hope...

By ALEXANDER / May 28, 2015

First Draft: Today in Politics: Immigration Ruling Stymies Obama and Those Seeking His Job

President Obama’s lawyers acknowledged that his executive actions on behalf of undocumented immigrants...

By FIRST / May 28, 2015


 

Why Do Former High-School Athletes Make More Money?

This project was a slam dunk, that one was a home run, and it’s just the way the ball bounces—the...

By Joe / May 28, 2015

Selling the Desert's Water-Conservation Lessons to the Rest of the World

The Israeli farmers who pioneered the revolutionary technology known as drip irrigation weren’t trying...

By Saki / May 28, 2015

Death toll rises to 21 in Oklahoma and Texas storms as 2 more bodies are found in Texas; 11 people remain missing, authorities say - @AP

Death toll rises to 21 in Oklahoma and Texas storms as 2 more bodies are found in Texas; 11 people remain...

By Jillian / May 28, 2015


What Gang Bangers Taught a Chaplain about Jesus

Chris Hoke was a worship leader in search of really finding Jesus. Find out how he found what he was looking...

By CBN.com / May 28, 2015

Cardinals Rally, Complete Sweep of Diamondbacks

Heyward homer keys ninth-inning rally, Cardinals beat Diamondbacks 4-3 for sweep

By ABC / May 28, 2015

Latest on Flooding: Body Found Believed to Be Houston Victim

Latest on flooding: Authorities believe body found is seventh victim of Houston-area flooding

By ABC / May 28, 2015


Nebraska Abolishes the Death Penalty

Nebraska on Wednesday became the first conservative state in more than four decades to repeal the death...

By Russell / May 27, 2015

Boko Haram Turning Children into Human Weapons

The United Nations says the terror group Boko Haram is increasingly using children as suicide bombers.

By CBN.com / May 27, 2015

The 2016 U.S. Presidential Race: A Cheat Sheet

What does a guy have to do to get some respect in a presidential race? Three years ago, in the 2012 election,...

By David / May 26, 2015


A New Cable-Industry Giant?

Charter Communications announced today that it plans to buy Time Warner Cable in a $56.7 billion deal....

By Bourree / May 26, 2015

Is It Possible to Lay People Off Nicely?

Anyone who’s ever had a job has intuited that a happier workplace makes for more productive workers....

By Saki / May 26, 2015

Waiting Periods and the Rising Price of Abortion

There’s a new type of abortion roadblock that’s swiftly gaining popularity: a state-imposed wait...

By Olga / May 26, 2015


 

Is Bigotry Against Christians or Gays? Robert Jeffress, Samuel Rodriguez Debate Atheist David Silverman

Pastor Robert Jeffress and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez argued with American Atheists President David Silverman...

By The / May 28, 2015

Indiana's Marijuana Church Granted Tax-Exempt Status; Plans to Test Limits of Controversial Religious Freedom Law at First 'Worship' Service

Indiana's marijuana-smoking church has been incorporated as a tax-exempt religious organization by the Internal...

By The / May 27, 2015

 

Christie fires at Rand Paul, again

Sen. Rand Paul is "getting particularly sensitive" when it comes to the debate over the Patriot Act,...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

Roads melt in heat wave

It's often hot in India. But the past 10 days have been exceptional, even for one of the hottest places...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

Why your desk is hurting your job

Mike Rowe explains why having a desk might make you feel like you're accomplishing less at work.

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015


White House fence getting new spikes

Secret Service and National Park Service officials are prepping for upgrades to the White House fence...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

Who's running for president?

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

Would you pay $90,000 for an Instagram photo?

Artist Richard Prince blew up screenshots of other people's Instagrams, hung them at the Frieze Art Fair...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015


Can scandal popularize soccer?

The FIFA soccer scandal is grabbing headlines across the country. While Americans don't love soccer,...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

The longest shot bid in GOP field?

George Pataki, the Republican who won the governorship three times in heavily Democratic New York, will...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

Cops with rifles pose over black man in antlers

It's a racially charged photograph.

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015


Timeline of FIFA corruption scandal

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

499 bodies exhumed in Tikrit

An Iraqi forensic team has exhumed 499 bodies from a series of graves in the presidential complex in the city...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015

Baby lamb rejected by mother and adopted by ...

Stormy the lamb was born on a small farm in Canada and was rejected by her mother. CTV Network reports...

By CNN.com / May 28, 2015