Syria’s use of chemical weapons on its own civilians was quickly reviled across the world, including a missile strike by the U.S. military, and just as quickly, it became subject to an investigation by
The city of Charlotte, N.C., has lifted a midnight curfew, as protests over the weekend continued to be mostly peaceful. Demonstrators have taken to the streets for nearly a week, after police shot and
Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are providing people with a unique insight into life at the deepest part of the Earth's oceans. A remotely operated vehicle (ROV)
When the big day arrived, the Grammys, unlike the Oscars, got past questions about race. Until it didn't. For much of its 3 1/2-hour running time, music's big evening provided a template for how the Academy
The singer talks about who’s who in ‘You’re So Vain,’ her marriages, infidelity and her new memoir By Alexandra Wolfe Alexandra Wolfe The Wall Street Journal Biography @AlexandraWolfe Alexandra.Wolfe@wsj.com
Memory erasing is just the beginning. As the New Horizons spacecraft made its historic flight to Pluto and some scientists explored the far reaches of our solar system, others were making some incredible
The Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate on Wednesday, seven years after rates were cut to near zero. The small hike will impact millions of Americans, including investors, home buyers and savers.
Travel 2 Minute Read Name: Monti Sibillini National Park Location: Italy Date Established: 1993 Size: 276 square miles (714 square kilometers) Did You Know? • Namesake Mount Sibilla is named for a prophetess
Innovation The national drone registry is open for business. Starting on Monday, the federal government is requiring owners of unmanned aerial vehicles to share their information — and those who refuse
Over the past year, I’ve tried to clear up a lot of the misconceptions on food and drink: about salt, artificial sweeteners, among others, even water. Now let me take on alcohol: wine, beer and cocktails.