Animal cruelty would become a federal offense with a penalty of up to seven years in prison under a proposed expansion of an animal welfare law that won unanimous approval this week in the House of Representatives.
Visionaries and scoundrels made the Los Angeles Times, which returns to local ownership after 18 years
The Los Angeles Times rose to prominence under the leadership of a bellicose, union-busting Civil War colonel who kept an arsenal of shotguns in the newsroom in case of labor strife and drove through city
'Isil invasion' in the Philippines: Indonesians and Malaysians among foreign jihadists laying siege to city
Indonesians and Malaysians were among foreign Jihadists battling the military after laying siege to a southern Philippine city, the government said on Friday, in a rare admission of what it said was an
There’s a new chapter in the ongoing tale of IMF incompetence. Take a look at this UK Telegraph headline that recently caught my eye. The love affair was no surprise. Nor was the fact that the IMF had
The Orlando Sentinel writes that the father of the boy who was killed by an alligator at a Disney resort in Florida reported a second gator present at the attack. In records released this week, Capt. Wellons
Warren Buffett's right-hand man, Charlie Munger, is worried about American finance. According to the Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman, we have "a vast gambling culture, and people have made it respectable."
As Toyota's first U.S. entry into the sporty car market, the 1971 Celica wasn't too shabby. It followed the Mustang recipe: A sporty coupe body over family sedan bones. But with a 2.0-liter engine kicking
A Polish official said Friday he has seen an image made by ground-penetrating radar that seemed to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing in southwestern Poland since World War II. Local