LOS ANGELES -- "Rosenwald" used to be a name to conjure with, but no more, and that is a shame this vivid, engaging documentary attempts to do something about.
In the early years of the 20th century, Julius Rosenwald was ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Republican leaders in Congress are considering a pledge to hold a separate vote on defunding Planned Parenthood as a way to keep the issue from derailing legislation to keep the government running, said ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Every year, Americans for Prosperity, the political group backed by the billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, gathers thousands of conservative activists to share strategies for building a popular ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The nude in the silver frame calls no attention to herself amid the colors and splashes of Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg and other 20th century masters hanging in a well-lighted house beyond the pepper trees. ...Read more
TRENTON, N.J. -- He has played up his experience as a former federal prosecutor, declared victory over the "Democratic machine" in New Jersey, and downplayed the disappearance of text messages exchanged with an aide.
As ...Read more
My morning commute to work is suddenly filled with big yellow buses and cars darting through traffic to drop off kids at school. Yep, the school year is here once again. This is also Kids Eat Right Month, an ongoing ...Read more
This may be surprising news about Alzheimer's: Lifestyle choices may affect the risk for up to two-thirds of Alzheimer's cases, according to a review of research published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & ...Read more
Unless you're Carrie Underwood or Miranda Lambert, it's not easy being a female singer in country music right now. Bro-country and male voices rule the radio airwaves and the concert scene. But two women making are headway...Read more
In the Arms of SteeleK.L. Burrell
Chloe wanted a change. Growing up in the Midwest, she always dreamed of living near the ocean. She had many dreams that she wanted to fulfill. She never dreamed of the many things that would happen to her once she moved to West Palm Beach. Seeking to become a business manager, and possibly ...
NEW ORLEANS -- David Herzenberg is back in the city he once called home -- back to the place that is blighted and dysfunctional and infuriating yet at the same time magical and musical and wonderfully distinctive.
Ten ...Read more
WARSAW, Poland (UPI) -- A Polish dog owner who adopted a stray kitten that showed up at her door posted a video of the tiny feline "patiently" putting up with some wet doggy love.
The video, posted to YouTube by ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A man was hospitalized Wednesday after a bison attack on Santa Catalina Island, officials said.
Los Angeles County Fire Department officials helped Chris Baker, 43, around 8:40 a.m. PDT after he was gored ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump's war against what he calls political correctness has helped fuel his summer surge -- and spark a fierce new debate over how far politicians can go.
"I think the big problem this country has is ...Read more
This year I will be spending all of my vacation time (and money) on traveling for or with my boyfriend's family. I understand that I do this voluntarily, but in a very real sense it is also somewhat ...Read more
ST. LOUIS -- Eric Davis lives with a bullet near his spine.
He said it lodged there in a drive-by shooting last year that killed his cousin, Joseph McGhaw, 27, as they walked in a public housing complex known simply by ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Californians again earned good grades for water savings last month, cutting overall urban use by 31 percent compared with July 2013, officials said Thursday.
"Californians' response to the severity of the ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- For Tayvon Wiggins, applying for a job brings almost certain disappointment.
"I go through the interview process, but as soon as they check my background, I can't pass it," the West Baltimore man said. He has...Read more
BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Maj. David Brill squeezes into a bulky yellow spacesuit, lowers a fishbowl-size helmet onto his head and readies himself for a flight into the stratosphere.
In an hour, he will roar aloft ...Read more
If you're planning to make this the first Labor Day weekend in a few years that you load up the car and hit the road, you're not alone, according to AAA.
Low gas prices and higher wages mean more Americans will travel ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Rare is the senator who hasn't praised Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s character.
But how do the senators who served with him reflect on Biden as a politician, and how do they feel he would perform as a...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. economy grew at a brisk pace during the spring quarter, an encouraging sign that economic momentum was building before the turmoil in financial markets.
The nation's output of goods and services ...Read more
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