While the difficulties facing American veterans have eased significantly from their peak during the closing years of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, former members of the U.S.
On Saturday, Cuyahoga County Judge John P. O'Donnell delivered a verdict of not guilty for Cleveland Police Department Officer Michael Brelo, who jumped on the hood of an unarmed suspect's car and fired 15 rounds through the windshield in a volley that contributed to the deaths of two black people in 2012.
John Forbes Nash Jr., the Princeton University researcher whose life was chronicled in the 2001 film A Beautiful Mind, and his wife Alicia died Saturday in a car crash in New Jersey.
Bob Dylan turned 74 on Sunday, and still no one can overstate his influence on American music. Music writer Paul Zollo said of Bob Dylan, "there are few artists in this evolutionary arc whose influence is as profound as that of Bob Dylan.
A massive oil pipeline break has leaked approximately five times as much oil as predicted onto the Santa Barbara coastline following an industrial accident on Tuesday.
France has taken dramatic action to cut food waste by requiring that all large supermarkets donate their unsold food to charities or else be used in animal feed.
Cleveland Police Officer Michael Brelo, who shot 15 rounds into a car containing two unarmed black people after jumping onto its hood, has been found not guilty of voluntary manslaughter and felonious assault in a court decision released Saturday.
In a historic vote on Friday, the Republic of Ireland voted to legalize marriage between all persons regardless of their sex, thus ushering in a new era of LGBT rights in the Emerald Isle.
Another presidential election year will soon be upon us, and media punditry surrounding contenders like Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz is already beginning to dominate the Interweb.
The television network TLC will pull all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting from its programming schedule indefinitely amid continuing fallout over revelations that one of the shows stars, Josh Duggar, confessed to molesting a number of underage girls 12 years ago.
Some may think a good musical theater experience requires the audience to hear every note performed, but groundbreaking theater company Deaf West is challenging this notion with its adaptation of Tony Award-winning musical Spring Awakening.
"Is medical marijuana right for me?" American war veterans can ask that question, but doctors with the Department of Veterans Affairs are banned by the federal government from answering — even in states where the drug is legal.
Elle Australia made a bold statement with its June issue, which features 29-year-old model Nicole Trunfio breastfeeding her 4-month-old son, Zion.
Revelations of sexual assault and child molestation are always deeply disturbing, but they seem to capture the public's attention most when they are rooted in hypocrisy.
This week, digital music's rampant leak culture yielded a rare and tremendous gift: a new Drake and Beyoncé track.
Josh Duggar, a star of the TLC hit 19 Kids and Counting and professional moralizer, has resigned his position as executive director of the Family Research Council's lobbying arm after admitting to sexually molesting a number of underage teenage girls 12 years ago.
Around 300 protesters, mostly women, blocked traffic as they marched topless through the streets of San Francisco's Financial District on Thursday to protest police brutality against unarmed women of color.
More and more, black celebrities enter troublesome territory while talking about racism. That's because their statements appear out of touch and even dismissive of how many other black people deal with racism on a daily basis.
Now that Denver is rolling in legal marijuana revenue, it's time to bring its fire department into the digital age — starting with iPads specifically for licensing marijuana shops.
"I would never date anyone who does not live along my subway line," one New York woman told my friend.