The Cuyahoga River caught fire 50 years ago today. These stomach-churning photos highlight why the EPA exists.
Fifty years ago today, on June 22, 1969, the Cuyahoga river in Cleveland, Ohio caught fire. At the time, the river was one of the most polluted in the US. Journalists filled glasses with pitch-black river
A Mississippi prosecutor went on a racist crusade to have a black man executed. Clarence Thomas thinks that was just fine. That’s the message of an astonishing decision today from the Supreme Court. The
If you're a Golden State Warriors fan, you might not want to read on. Then again, if you're a Golden State Warriors fan, you should be able to handle it. Yeah, yeah, your team just lost the NBA Finals
In 1981, after reading the paraplegic veteran Ron Kovic's memoir Born on the Fourth of July, Bruce Springsteen staged a concert to benefit the advocacy group Vietnam Veterans of America. For the encore,
Some musicians make songs praising troops, like Toby Keith (“American Soldier”) and Kid Rock (“Warrior”). Others rail against war, like M.I.A. (“P.O.W.A.”) and Neil Young (“Let’s Impeach the President”).
Ohio bakery awarded $11 million in libel lawsuit against Oberlin College over alleged racial profiling
(CNN) — An Ohio jury has ordered Oberlin College to pay $11 million to a bakery which said it was libeled and wrongfully accused of racially profiling students. The case stems from the November 2016 arrests
Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump is considering a new rule that could dramatically limit the ability of Central American migrants to claim asylum if they enter the United States by land through
With his latest Instagram posts, Bruce Springsteen is leaving his fans dancing in the dark. The rock star shared a mysterious post Monday on social media, featuring the image of a tree slightly obscured
Jim Nantz wasn't where you thought he was for Tiger Woods' winning putt, reveals how historic Masters moment went down
Jim Nantz has been widely praised for his handling of Tiger Woods' win at the 2019 Masters, most notably for the two-and-a-half minutes he went without saying anything in the immediate aftermath while