Back in 2005, I visited Atlanta's truly astonishing Centennial Place Elementary School. Serving a student body of mostly poor African American students, it was one of the top-performing schools in Georgia,
With help from light that humans can't see Honey bees can give each other directions using polarized light as a landmark to find potential food. Light becomes polarized as it reaches us through the atmosphere,
A survey of brown dwarfs finds they're apt to have violent weather. Brown dwarfs may be cooler than stars like our sun, but that doesn't mean they're less dramatic. New data suggest that most—maybe all—brown
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus thinks a Hillary Clinton presidential run might not be so bad for Republicans, given that, in his words, “scandal surrounds her.” “With all of the
Embattled Florida Rep. Trey Radel has been trying to set up face-to-face meetings with some Capitol Hill colleagues to apologize for his cocaine bust, according to several people who have spoken to him.
WASHINGTON — President Obama became progressively more pessimistic about prospects for a successful ending to the war in Afghanistan, goaded by inexperienced White House advisors and a dislike of Afghan
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials in El Paso, Texas, detained 13 pregnant women from August to November 2013, according to an investigation by Fusion. ICE confirmed the number to BuzzFeed
There Are Already Two Controversial Allegations From The New Book On Roger Ailes, And Both Are Being Denied
The New York Times' Julie Bosman and Bill Carter obtained a copy of New York magazine contributing editor Gabriel Sherman's "The Loudest Voice in the Room." Two of the episodes they detail from the book
The super PAC looking to build support for a potential Hillary Clinton presidential campaign raised over $4 million in 2013, the group announced Tuesday. Ready for Hillary, the group launched last year
Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday was joined in celebrating the passage of the New Jersey DREAM Act by a bipartisan coalition of state politicians, calling it an important step toward “maximizing” the state’s
What a difference a month makes. Before the start of December, the annual flu season was expected to be normal with an average number of people suffering and a low rate of hospitalizations and deaths.