Austria Announced Tough New Anti-Jihad Laws

The Austrian government plans to tighten up laws on sedition and the display of provocative imagery in order...

September 17, 2014

South Korea arrests American man who allegedly tried to swim to North

September 17, 2014

New York man accused of trying to recruit, aid ISIS militants

Federal authorities have accused an upstate New York man of attempting to aid and recruit fighters for the Islamic...

September 17, 2014


Curtain, reviews come down on taxpayer-funded climate change musical

It looks as if Climate Change: The Musical was a Broadway bust.

September 17, 2014

Vikings tell Adrian Peterson to stay away from team until child abuse case resolved

The Minnesota Vikings issued a statement early Wednesday saying that running back Adrian Peterson must...

September 17, 2014

Scientists reveal new details of Richard III's 'bloody and brutal' battlefield death

September 17, 2014


This Republican Tried To Stop North Carolina From Apologizing For A Racist Massacre. He’d Like Your Vote, Please.

In 1898, furious that a mixed-race coalition had swept the city's municipal elections, white supremacists...

September 16, 2014

Framing the Warren Commission

Most graphic novels don’t begin with the villain shooting the hero in the head, nor do they go on to show...

September 16, 2014

Bobby Jindal: "I'm Not an Evolutionary Biologist"

At a breakfast event today, a journalist reportedly questioned Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal about...

September 16, 2014


Quotations in the News

Quotations in the News

September 17, 2014

Vikings Place Adrian Peterson on Exempt List

After a day of public pressure from angry fans and concerned sponsors, the Minnesota Vikings have reversed...

September 17, 2014

Group Levels Abuse Allegations Against NM Dairy

NM board investigates abuse allegations at dairy following release of undercover video

September 17, 2014


Kuehl, Shriver square off in L.A. County supervisor race debate

Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver came out swinging and sought to draw policy contrasts Tuesday night in the first...

September 17, 2014

2014 MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Winners Unveiled

Scientists, sociologist, cartoonist among 2014 winners of MacArthur Foundation 'genius grants'

September 17, 2014

ISIS Issues Video Challenge to Obama

The Islamic State released a video with Hollywood-like production values to respond to President Obama’s...

September 17, 2014


LAX kicks off $508-million renovation of Southwest Airlines terminal

The modernization of outdated terminals at Los Angeles International Airport forged ahead Tuesday as work...

September 17, 2014

Report Cites Forced Labor in Malaysia

About a third of the 200,000 migrant workers in Malaysia are employed in forced labor conditions, a factory...

September 17, 2014

Climate Report Details Flood Risk to Sites in Washington

The Mall, monuments and military bases could be swamped by rising sea levels, the study says.

September 17, 2014


Bobby Jindal says he'll decide on a presidential run after midterms (+video)

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) says his decision won't hinge on polls or fundraising, but instead will...

September 17, 2014

L.A.'s DWP managers agree to undergo formal evaluations

Hundreds of managers in the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power are agreeing to formal, annual...

September 17, 2014

Candidate Clinton Then and Now

Ruth Marcus, Washington PostWASHINGTON -- The headline out of Hillary Clinton's visit to Iowa was her flagrant...

September 17, 2014


Former Suspect Denies Helping Husband Kill Philanthropist

Nancy Styler's husband is serving a 20-year sentence for Nancy Pfister's murder.

September 17, 2014

Potosi Journal: For Miners, Increasing Risk on a Mountain at the Heart of Bolivia’s Identity

A silver-rich mountain — seen by many Bolivians as a potent national symbol — is caving in after...

September 17, 2014

L.A. County board wades into debate on medical malpractice measure

Los Angeles County supervisors waded into a debate on the merits of a November ballot initiative that...

September 17, 2014


Restoring Stolen Childhoods: Giving Kids the World

There's nothing more stressful for a family than caring for a child with a terminal illness. But a special...

September 17, 2014

Americans Want Teachers to Take a Bar Exam

In a new poll out today, Americans say they want teacher preparation programs to raise the bar for entrance,...

September 16, 2014

Chinese Colleges Are Trying to Look Like the Ivy League

Over the next few weeks, American undergraduates flooding back to campus will take part in a university...

September 16, 2014


The Eruptions of Iceland's Bardarbunga Volcano

In southeast Iceland, the Bardarbunga volcano system, located under Europe's largest glacier, Vatnajoekull,...

September 16, 2014

Wealthy L.A. Schools' Vaccination Rates Are as Low as South Sudan's

When actors play doctors on TV, that does not make them actual doctors. And that does not mean they should...

September 16, 2014

Obama Overreaching: A Constitutional Crisis?

The president has often threatened that if Congress won't pass laws he wants, he'll act on his own....

September 16, 2014


Rise of ISIS: Why the Stakes Couldn't Be Higher

In his new book, Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, warns that if left...

September 16, 2014

Gov't Report: Obamacare Funds Abortions

A new government report confirms what pro-life advocates have long feared: President Barack Obama's signature...

September 16, 2014

Caliphate: Islamic World's 'Dream Come True'

When ISIS leader Abu al-Bagdadi established a new caliphate this summer called the Islamic State, it sent...

September 16, 2014


Fmr Envoy: Clinton Allies Scrubbed Benghazi Docs

A former State Department diplomat says allies of Hillary Clinton were part of a cover-up of the 2012...

September 16, 2014

The Case for Having Class Discussions on Twitter

Highlighting vocabulary words; underlining passages; drawing stars and smiley faces in the margins—these...

September 15, 2014

Rosetta's Amazing 10-Year Space Journey

More than a decade ago, the European Space Agency launched an orbiter named Rosetta, bound on a circuitous...

September 15, 2014


Cops: Suspect may hunt more officers

He's a survivalist with an extensive shooting background and a grudge against law enforcement, officials...

September 17, 2014

Charged in son's death 31 years later

It's been 31 years since Stanley Guidroz first reported his 3-year-old son missing in Tacoma, Washington. ...

September 17, 2014

Discipline or child abuse?

Miguel Marquez reports on the latest news in the Adrian Peterson story, including updates on new allegations...

September 17, 2014


Vikings: Peterson must stay away

Adrian Peterson is required to "remain away from all team activities" until his legal issues are resolved,...

September 17, 2014

Jewish group chides Biden

Vice President Joe Biden "should have been more careful" in a speech when he used a term that some consider...

September 17, 2014

Fallout from spy's dramatic revelations

When first revealed, Morten Storm's account of his life as a double agent inside al Qaeda sent shockwaves...

September 17, 2014


South Koreans detain American

South Korean marines detained an American man on the bank of the Han River late Tuesday, a South Korean...

September 17, 2014

He wanted to shoot U.S. troops, authorities say

An owner of a New York food store funded ISIS, tried to send jihadists to Syria to fight and plotted...

September 17, 2014

Bringing humanity to the Middle East

Brandon Stanton runs the Humans of New York blog. He recently toured Iraq and Jordan to show the world...

September 17, 2014


NASA space race with China?

Today's selection of Boeing and SpaceX as the providers of a U.S.-based capability to take humans to the International...

September 17, 2014

25 of her jokes

When Joan Rivers had her star-making 1965 appearance on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show," he told her,...

September 17, 2014

Espresso in chocolate-dipped waffle cup: Bite into your java

Now you can have your coffee and eat the cup too.        

September 17, 2014


Cops: Suspect may hunt more officers

He's a survivalist with an extensive shooting background and a grudge against law enforcement, officials...

September 17, 2014

Charged in son's death 31 years later

It's been 31 years since Stanley Guidroz first reported his 3-year-old son missing in Tacoma, Washington. ...

September 17, 2014

Discipline or child abuse?

Miguel Marquez reports on the latest news in the Adrian Peterson story, including updates on new allegations...

September 17, 2014


Vikings: Peterson must stay away

Adrian Peterson is required to "remain away from all team activities" until his legal issues are resolved,...

September 17, 2014

Jewish group chides Biden

Vice President Joe Biden "should have been more careful" in a speech when he used a term that some consider...

September 17, 2014

Fallout from spy's dramatic revelations

When first revealed, Morten Storm's account of his life as a double agent inside al Qaeda sent shockwaves...

September 17, 2014


South Koreans detain American

South Korean marines detained an American man on the bank of the Han River late Tuesday, a South Korean...

September 17, 2014

He wanted to shoot U.S. troops, authorities say

An owner of a New York food store funded ISIS, tried to send jihadists to Syria to fight and plotted...

September 17, 2014

Bringing humanity to the Middle East

Brandon Stanton runs the Humans of New York blog. He recently toured Iraq and Jordan to show the world...

September 17, 2014


NASA space race with China?

Today's selection of Boeing and SpaceX as the providers of a U.S.-based capability to take humans to the International...

September 17, 2014

25 of her jokes

When Joan Rivers had her star-making 1965 appearance on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show," he told her,...

September 17, 2014

Espresso in chocolate-dipped waffle cup: Bite into your java

Now you can have your coffee and eat the cup too.        

September 17, 2014


Union files Ray Rice appeal

Ray Rice took the first step toward a possible return to the football field Tuesday evening when the NFL players'...

September 17, 2014

'They were waiting for us'

A man kidnapped with a beheaded American journalist by ISIS speaks to CNN's Karl Penhaul.

September 16, 2014

Kanye

Kanye West has fired back at those criticizing him for an awkward incident involving a wheelchair-bound...

September 16, 2014