WASHINGTON -- The orange groves in Fort Myers, Fla., have turned to poison for David Mendes' honeybees. The onetime winter havens for bees have been treated with a popular pesticide that he says kills his livelihood.
BERLIN -- The flags were torn down while defeated cities still burned, even as citizens crawling from the rubble were just realizing that the governments they represented had ended.
But if essentially the same narrative ...Read more
Legionnaires' disease has claimed the life of a fourth person, New York City health officials said Saturday. A third fatality had been reported only the day before.
The New York Department of Health said there had been 65...Read more
At the 2014 annual meeting of the National Abortion Federation, a network of abortion providers, officials from a company called Biomax Procurement Services checked in using their driver's licenses.
They handed out ...Read more
STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. –– L.C. Thornton, a tall black man in a ball cap and sunglasses, trained his camera Saturday across a sea of waving Confederate flags attached to the beds of hundreds of pickup trucks and SUVs.
The two University of Cincinnati police officers who arrived on the scene shortly after a white colleague fatally shot an unarmed black driver in the head will not be charged with lying about what they saw, a prosecutor ...Read more
OPA-LOCKA, Fla. -- The Coast Guard announced on Friday afternoon that at sunset Friday it will suspend the search for the two missing teenage boaters, Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen.
During a news conference at Coast ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The heavyweights of the crowded 2016 presidential field, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush, laid out starkly different visions Friday for uplifting the plight of blacks in America, as the two ...Read more
The Helios RainPeter Glassman
Air Force Major Dr. Mathew Collins is the sole survivor of his special operations unit in Afghanistan after chemical attack by Iranians. The Helios Rain is an Iranian paralytic chemical agent activated by the sun’s rays, yet Collins is alive with above normal muscle strength. The U.S. fears...
WASHINGTON -- A barrage of cyberattacks on government agencies, blue-chip companies and critical infrastructure has prompted Pentagon officials to take a hard look at adapting the military concept that helped keep the ...Read more
HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Zimbabwe is applying for the extradition of a U.S. dentist who illegally killed a famous lion in the southern African nation, officials said Friday.
The killing of Cecil, a wild lion in Zimbabwe ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- U.S. lawmakers are used to a slew of rules about how to conduct themselves, and now they're anxiously awaiting edicts of another type: how to behave around the pope.
Pope Francis will visit the nation's ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Democrats have never been more confident that their chances of hanging on to the White House hinge on black voters, who helped tip key states toward President Barack Obama -- but they have never ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A doctor reported in December that a medical scope commonly used to examine patients' lungs had infected 14 people with a superbug that kills half its victims.
Yet another type of scope, used to see inside ...Read more