The 1963 footage reveals as much about early TV journalism as it does about the nation's grief. In November 1988, on the 25th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, I was in my
It could keep Yelpers from getting sick and hunters from breaking the law. And its leaders are already planning its demise. “Open data”—the push to make public information available to, and usable by,
What are you doing for the rest of the summer? If only your plans were as solid as House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's. After a relaxing vacation in August, he's coming back to Washington after Labor with
Guess what 'gravitas' is code for Reuters A few weeks ago, Ezra Klein wrote about the "subtle, sexist whispering campaign" against Janet Yellen, but I didn't really believe it. (Hey, I'm a white guy).
New research shows upward mobility is higher in denser cities Wikimedia Commons Rumors of the American Dream's demise have been greatly exaggerated -- at least in parts of America. That's the message a
For 40 years, the Republican Study Committee has prized ideological purity over partisan loyalty. That mindset now dominates the GOP. On a frigid Wednesday afternoon in January, Speaker John Boehner sat
The National Weather Service's Last Pre-Tornado Briefing Warned About School Safety in Oklahoma City Region
"We had storms that went from virtually nothing to producing large hail and tornadoes in less than an hour in some cases. So it's gonna go fast today." Yesterday, the National Weather Service's Rick Smith
Google's new Hangouts messaging platform will feature SMS integration and outgoing calls in the future, a Google employee has confirmed. Dori Storbeck, Community Manager for Hangouts and Chat clarified
Jillian Maldonado is a 29-year-old student at the Mid-Manhattan Adult Learning Center and an Avon sales representative who earns $300 a week. On most nights, she takes the D train from her classes in back
That was February 18, 2010. A week later, the agency's scrutiny of the Tea Party began. Here's what happened leading up to the two events. Sean Higgins of the Washington Examiner raises an interesting
Last year, almost the entire Michigan apple crop was lost because of 80-degree days in March and then some freezing April nights. This year, the apples are back, but everything always depends on the weather.
The black flag of al-Qaeda flies high over Raqqa’s main square in front of the smart new governor’s palace, its former occupant last seen in their prison. Their fighters, clad also in black, patrol the
Olympus has unveiled the latest in its flagship range of Micro Four Thirds cameras, the Olympus PEN E-P5, which continues to blend vintage design aesthetics with high-end performance and versatility. new
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Greek youth unemployment shot to a record 64 per cent in February, underscoring the dire state of the recession-hit economy despite signs of improving business sentiment. Repeated doses of austerity under