Kristiana Coignard CREDIT: Courtesy of Heather Robertson The Longview Police released surveillance footage capturing the final moments of Kristiana Coignard’s life.
CREDIT: Shutterstock On day one of her confirmation hearing to become the country’s next Attorney General, U.S.
CREDIT: shutterstock The Scottish government has announced that it will place a temporary ban on the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking, the Guardian reported Wednesday.
CREDIT: AP Photo/Al Behrman Many people in developing nations already face a range of challenges, including poverty, pollution, and climate change that’s helping make droughts longer and storms more intense.
House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio poses for a photo with Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) CREDIT: AP Photo/Susan Walsh A Democratic congressman is abandoning his political opposition to abortion, saying that his position on the issue has evolved after hearing personal stories from women struggling with difficult pregnancy decisions.
Once upon a time, Disney sent Bambi out into the world to teach children about wildlife preservation.
CREDIT: AP Photo/Seth Perlman When it comes to paying for publicly-owned coal, the industry is getting a great deal.
Michelle Obama paid her respects for the late king of Saudi Arabia along with her husband Barack Obama on Tuesday.
CREDIT: AP Photo/Charles Dharapak According to a new poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation, only 27 percent of the public agrees with the Republican leaders’ strategy to take health care away from millions of Americans if they get an assist from the Supreme Court.
Matt Lee-Ashley is a senior fellow and director of the Public Lands Project at the Center for American Progress.
CREDIT: Shutterstock For those reeling from untreated mental ailments, ongoing psychological anguish and abuse of drugs often come hand in hand.
This July 28, 2011 file photo shows Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., left, on Capitol Hill in Washington. CREDIT: AP Photo/J.
CREDIT: Shutterstock / nunosilvaphotography Greeks at the University of Virginia are now free to party again, with the conclusion of a temporary suspension following widespread controversy over an alleged sexual assault at a fraternity house.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, speaking at a recent prayer rally. CREDIT: AP Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) expressed fears of an extremist Muslim “invasion” of America in an interview on Monday, outlining a strict vision for how Muslims should assimilate into the United States and doubling down on his recent controversial comments about Muslim “no-go zones” in Europe.
CREDIT: Shutterstock On Tuesday, the city council of Tacoma, WA passed paid sick leave on an eight-to-one vote.
Elder Dallin Oaks provided a litany of “victims” who’ve been treated poorly because they oppose LGBT equality.
Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) CREDIT: AP/Keith Srakocic A Republican congressman announced his opposition to President Obama’s proposal to make the first two years of community college free because he thinks college students won’t value their education if they don’t have to pay for it.
Vatican CREDIT: Andrew Medichini/ AP Gina McCarthy, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, will make a short visit to the Vatican on Friday to discuss climate change.
The only abortion clinic in Montgomery, Alabama CREDIT: AP Photo/Brynn Anderson Over the past several years, there have been increasing levels of threats and intimidation aimed at doctors who provide abortion services, according to a new survey of abortion clinic violence published by the Feminist Majority Foundation.
Ben Carson CREDIT: AP Photo/Susan Walsh Federal judges had better make sure that their future rulings don’t conflict with the policy preferences of a President Ben Carson.