With or without U2, Apple's iTunes giveaway seems misguided. Two days after one of the biggest product launches in Apple’s history, and Internet typers still have a lot to say. Unfortunately for Apple,
First Read The nation is on edge in the wake of brutal beheadings of journalists by Islamic extremists — with more Americans saying the United States is less safe now than at any point since 9/11, a new
The task of finding a jury to hear Luka Rocco Magnotta's murder trial continued Tuesday with prospective jurors providing some memorable reasons for requesting exemptions. Magnotta has pleaded not guilty
The grisly and mysterious tale of two British ships that disappeared in the Arctic in 1845 has baffled generations and sparked one of history's longest rescue searches. But now, more than 160 years later,
Fiji's military chief says Syrian insurgents have agreed to release 45 United Nations peacekeepers this week without conditions. Brig. Gen. Mosese Tikoitoga said Wednesday that Fiji has received word U.N.
Ahrar al-Sham appoints Abu Jaber as its new head after top commander Hassan Abboud is killed in Idlib bomb blast. Ahrar al-Sham, a Syrian rebel group, has announced its new leadership after it lost its
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 broke apart in the air after it was hit by a burst of "high-energy objects" from outside, a preliminary report by Dutch aviation investigators said Tuesday. Flight 17 came in
Any suggestion that the Queen would wish to influence the Scottish referendum campaign is "categorically wrong", Buckingham Palace has said. The comments follow press reports that Her Majesty was concerned
White House President Barack Obama will use his prime-time address Wednesday to warn the nation that Islamic militants pose a threat to U.S. national security and that the American people should expect
Apple truly had one of its biggest events in years at the Flint Center earlier today. But one of the best parts of these unveilings is always the videos the company produces for its new and improved products.
Liberian minister warns of national catastrophe, as deaths in West Africa outbreak near 2,300 and reported cases surge. The death toll from the worst Ebola outbreak in history has risen to almost 2,300
#WhyIStayed: A simple hashtag reveals the complexities facing women who experience domestic violence
Beverly Gooden stayed because her pastor told her that God hates divorce – and because her abusive husband slept by the front door, barricading her in the house. Isolated from her family, she stayed for
Barack Obama prepares to unveil his plan for 'degrading and ultimately destroying' the Islamic State as Iraq's ambassador says he wants to see action as soon as possible Britain and America should launch
The leader of one of the biggest Islamist rebel groups in Syria has been killed by an explosion in the north-western province of Idlib. Ahrar al-Sham said Hassan Abboud was among a number of senior figures
How Vladimir Putin is revolutionizing information warfare At the NATO summit in Wales last week, General Philip Breedlove, the military alliance’s top commander, made a bold declaration. Russia, he said,
Twelve days ago, President Barack Obama said he had no strategy for dealing with the terrorist group, ISIS, that has taken over large parts of Iraq and killed two American journalists in recent weeks.
Stocks declined for a second day Tuesday as investors worked through a bundle of corporate news from Apple, Home Depot and General Mills. Investors also continued to watch international markets, where
In San Francisco, there's a new program aimed at property owners who can resist the temptations of the sky-high real estate development market and turn their vacant lots into agricultural oases instead.