It showed high tide floods along southeastern shorelines are expected to strike nearly as often as they will in the mid-Atlantic, portending a fast-looming crisis for more than 1,000 miles of coastal Seas
By Liz Clarke Liz Clarke Reporter covering the Washington Redskins Email Bio Follow RIO DE JANEIRO — As younger U.S. teammates added to their medal haul Sunday, Gabby Douglas, the Virginia Beach native
Florida is by some measures (not all) the most popular state in the U.S. for summer vacations. The state of Florida asserts it’s the “top travel destination in the world,” worth $67 billion. That should
When I was 19 years old, I was turned away from a party because I am black. I was standing at the door of a fraternity on the University of Southern California's Greek Row. I'd arranged to meet a friend
What if it was possible to use your sexual energy not just for great sex, but to fuel other parts of your life like your career, fertility or even crafty activities such as painting or cooking? It's all
CLEVELAND (TheBlaze/AP) — After a long, technical explanation Saturday, a judge found a Cleveland police officer not guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting deaths of two unarmed people in a barrage.
Autumn brings no relief following a record-breaking summer driven by rapid global warming, the Climate Council report says Record hot spells in Australia this month blurred the line between summer and
A Chicago Tribune archival photo of a young man being arrested in 1963 at a South Side protest shows Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, his campaign has confirmed, bolstering the candidate's
A Donald Trump presidency poses a top-10 risk event that could disrupt the world economy, lead to political chaos in the U.S. and heighten security risks for the United States, according to the Economist
Encryption with a backdoor accessible to very few in important situations is what President Barack Obama says he suspects is the answer to the digital privacy versus security debate. That contradicts position
Why do people complain? Not to torture others with their negativity, surely. When most of us indulge in a bit of a moan, the idea is to "vent." By getting our emotions out, we reason, we'll feel better.
Sam Russell said wherewhitepeoplemeet.com's establishment was a "business decision" and insists it is open to all races The founder of a new dating website has been forced to deny accusations of racism
U.S. news The conservative blogosphere, normally quick to accuse President Obama of overreach by executive order, is noticeably muted in response to his latest actions on guns. That's true even regarding
(CNN) — Prosecutors say the police officer who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice outside a Cleveland recreation center last year won't face criminal charges. Neither will the other officer who was with him.
(CNN) — The United States and Europe are among the world's largest emitters of nitrogen dioxide -- but both have also shown the most dramatic reductions in these emissions between 2005 and 2014, according
Predicting the future is fraught with challenges, but when it comes to technological advances and forward thinking, experts working at the Pentagon's research agency may be the best people to ask. Launched
Coca-Cola has apologized for a "insensitive” Christmas video depicting a group of mostly young, white people traveling to a remote Mexican town to hand out bottles of Coke to indigenous locals. The ad,
By Niraj Chokshi Niraj Chokshi Reporter Bio More than half of the nation’s governors say they will not accept Syrian refugees in their states, but they may have little choice. States cannot pick and choose
Climate changes awareness has come too late for hundreds of towns and cities in the United States, environmental scientists have found For millions of Americans, climate change has already passed the of