U.S. news The U.S. Supreme Court granted a handwritten petition from an Arkansas prisoner Monday, agreeing to decide whether banning beards in prison violates an inmate's religious freedom. Gregory Holt,
Before he was appointed, Italy’s new prime minister Matteo Renzi promised that he was going to work on a plan to cut the notoriously exorbitant cost of Italian politics by a billion euros a year. His proposal
General Motors took the unusual step of releasing full details of their new CEO's pay package. All told, Mary Barra could make $14.4 million this year, or about 60 percent more than her male predecessor.
The Copenhagen Zoo has faced worldwide criticism over its decision to euthanize a healthy two-year-old giraffe known as Marius. As Scott reported, zoo veterinarians performed a public autopsy on Sunday
There's been a surge in earthquakes in the U.S. over the last few years. In Texas, there are 10 times the number of earthquakes now than just a few years ago. Scientists say it's likely linked to the in
Controversy is nothing new to figure skating, so perhaps it's not surprising that team figure skating, new to this Olympics, has already come in for some unwanted attention. The Russian and U.S. figure
Michael David Dunn said he feared for his life when he fired into an SUV containing four black teenagers, killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis. MELBOURNE, Fla. -- Jury selection is scheduled to start Monday
Updated at 11:13 a.m. Wednesday with comment from Microsoft. Gold has always always been an important resource in the Elder Scrolls series, but not this kind of Gold. Bethesda Softworks, publisher of The