WASHINGTON -- Voting rights advocates are urging state election officials nationwide to be on the lookout for efforts to disenfranchise, intimidate and discriminate against minority voters in next month's general election....Read more
In the future, your clothes will work for you. A team of scientists led out of the Georgia Institute of Technology has created a fabric that can gather energy from both sunlight and motion, then store it in embedded fibers...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is prepared to veto the fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill if it includes a provision that the White House believes would allow some forms of discrimination in federal contracting. ...Read more
Cable television colossus Comcast Corp. gained customers in the third quarter, bucking industry trends, and its broadcast of the Rio Summer Olympics hauled in $1.6 billion in revenue.
Comcast announced Wednesday that it ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump's presidential bid often has dipped into a glitzy brand promotion, but perhaps never has the line between business and politics been more blurred than at his opening event Wednesday for his ...Read more
"Knight Rider" is getting another reboot.
"Star Trek Beyond" director Justin Lin has been tapped to produce the new digital series for Machinima along with Lin's YOMYOMF and NBCUniversal Brand Development.
"'Knight Rider...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump is making the same mistake as President Mitt Romney.
He insists that public polls showing him trailing Hillary Clinton are biased results because they "oversample" Democrats. But that's exactly ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton promised to fix problems with Obamacare that led to average rate hikes of 25 percent next year for mid-level health plans before subsidies.
But a quick fix, or any fix, seems unlikely given ...Read more
The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing For Indigo Adults & Other Feminine SoulsYol Swan
Are you sensitive, creative and empathetic, and feel out of place in a world that doesn't make sense to you? This 2016 Readers' Favorite Book Award Finalist will take you on a spiritual healing journey of self-discovery and personal growth to better understand yourself and others, unlock your...
America's youngest voters are overwhelmingly backing Hillary Clinton for president, as a majority also express fears about the country's future, a nationwide survey released Wednesday by Harvard University's Institute of ...Read more
While partisan debates about how to fix the American health care system rage on, "Pure Genius," a medical drama premiering Thursday on CBS, offers a solution. What we really need in the U.S., it suggests, are a few Silicon...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In the hours before the St. Louis County grand jury investigating the Michael Brown shooting death reported its decision not to indict policeman Darren Wilson on Nov. 24, 2014, top advisers to Hillary Clinton...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has had a rough go of it since the controversial business mogul and reality television star became a Republican presidential candidate.
It has been stomped ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Secretary of Defense Ash Carter on Wednesday ordered the Pentagon to suspend all efforts to collect reimbursement from thousands of California National Guard members who were improperly given enlistment ...Read more
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Gunmen kidnapped and killed 26 civilians, including children, in an isolated central province in the latest violence attributed to loyalists of Islamic State in Afghanistan, officials said Tuesday.
Imagine a less spry and agile Indiana Jones and you have Professor Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks), a Harvard professor of religious iconography and symbology (not a real academic discipline). He's riddled his way from the page...Read more
Donald Trump has a slim advantage in Florida as critical independent voters narrowly break his way in the must-win battleground state, a Bloomberg Politics poll shows.
The Republican presidential nominee has 45 percent to...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Her name was Rosa Ruiz, but on the bus everyone knew her as Rosalba.
She was the dancer, the singer, the silly one who used to make people laugh. She was always willing to spot you a few dollars, even if ...Read more
This Halloween, I expect I'll accompany my sons, Oliver and Alexander, to a party at the home of their school friends and maybe even to a few neighborhood houses to ring the doorbell and yell, "Trick or ...Read more
The country will choose a new president on Nov. 8, and no one is more eager for that day than the TV executives who do business with the NFL.
Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump occupy the White House won't make a ...Read more
On Oct. 24, 2006, the fledgling Big Machine Records in Nashville released what may have looked like on paper as a 15-minutes-of-fame kind of album.
The work was from a then-unknown 16-year-old singer/songwriter. Her songs...Read more