WASHINGTON -- Since President Barack Obama decided to rename Mount McKinley, why not also restore the Native American name of Mount Rainier, the iconic Washington state peak named for a British admiral who fought the ...Read more
JOHANNESBURG -- The library doors have closed, the books are dusty and unread, and the children don't come anymore.
For eight years, Johannesburg artist Malose Malahlela and his artistic partner, Rangoato Hlasane, ran ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Image was a paramount concern to Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, and her aides went to great lengths to warn their boss of potentially damaging reports, devise strategies to fight ...Read more
ATLANTA -- As Judge Jerry Baxter sentenced the last of the 11 former Atlanta educators convicted of cheating on standardized tests, he expressed dismay that it will continue to cost the community as most of them appeal ...Read more
SEATTLE -- After 10 months investigating the mass shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, a multiagency team of more than 30 police detectives could not determine a definitive reason why Jaylen Fryberg killed four of ...Read more
Most Americans have hearts that are aging faster than they are, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.
Based on risks associated with smoking, being overweight or having high blood pressure or ...Read more
GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina will likely take the prime-time debate stage later this month at the Reagan Library, after CNN announced Tuesday it is altering its criteria to determine who makes the cut.
The ...Read more
BEIJING -- Even in his 97th year, Sun Yinbai cannot forget the severed limbs and mangled corpses of the U.S. airmen strewn across the remote, wind-whipped landing strip.
American B-29s had bombed a Japanese aircraft ...Read more
Universal Revelations [Kindle Edition]R. L. Ransom
Mankind has always suspected that they were not alone in the universe. Whether they were ready for positive proof or not, was another matter. Two alien races with differing opinions of how to interpret a looming fate, rush to manipulate the outcome. As a result of ...
When Wayne Dyer came out with his first self-help book in 1976, it was a dud, but he didn't give up. He bought thousands of copies himself and crisscrossed the country, stopping at every small-town newspaper and TV station...Read more
MIAMI -- He said he would campaign for president "joyfully." But Jeb Bush has apparently realized that happy talk won't get him anywhere in the era of Donald Trump.
Bush took his gloves off Tuesday in Miami after his ...Read more
BANGKOK -- The fingerprints of one suspect arrested in connection with a terrorist bomb attack match those found in a Bangkok flat where bomb-making materials were found, authorities said Wednesday.
Police Chief Somyot ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday embarks on a series of public and private stops from the Southeast to the Rust Belt that may provide him key feedback on how much appetite exists in the Democratic Party ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Hiring by U.S. firms picked up a bit last month as the private sector added 190,000 net new jobs, payroll firm Automatic Data Processing said Wednesday.
The job growth was an improvement over July's 177,000 ...Read more
TOKYO -- Japan will hunt whales off the northern island of Hokkaido this week with plans to catch up to 51 minks despite international criticism, the government said Wednesday.
The Fisheries Agency said the coastal ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama will wrap up his final day touring Alaska on Wednesday with an historic visit to a remote fishing town in the Arctic and a series of new federal incentives designed to drive down energy...Read more
SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- These days, the redwood-shaded creek by Laura and Ray Waldbaum's house is a bone-dry path of rocks and gravel, its occasional stagnant pools a somber reminder of the salmon that once thrived there.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- In 2012, worried that her fellow Puerto Ricans in this Rust Belt city had lost touch with their roots, Flor Velez decided to revive the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade. Three years later, the parade has ...Read more
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