The march, which will travel from Selma, Ala. to Washington, seeks to highlight vulnerable communities subject to regressive voting rights.
It is hoped that the new supercomputer, expected to go online by 2025, would be the first to "exascale" machine — some 20 times faster than today's fastest machine.
The department says the new expert will play a big role in determining whether businesses targeted for prosecution have engaged in systemic misconduct or whether the criminal activity is limited.
In the wake of the historic deal over Iran's nuclear program, several nations in the region are seeking to boost their missile defense systems.
We've heard many of the theories on Here & Now, including one guess that involved a possible Russian government plot.
News of the lawsuit by former Phi Kappa Psi members comes along with word that Rolling Stone's managing editor, Will Dana, has resigned.
In a single take, standing in front of a red van in a gravel lot, Robert Ellis, Jonny Fritz and Cory Chisel offer up an ode to the solitary pleasure and romance of cowboy flicks.
She didn't know that sporting an insulin pump on her bikini at a beauty pageant would make her an Internet sensation. Sierra Sandison is trying to use that to help others with Type 1 diabetes.
Premiere: Inglewood's best-kept secret waxes poetic about a stagnant love that may or may not be worth saving.
KCRW DJ Raul Campos shares four interesting alternative international musicians, from Chile's Astro to Kutiman of Israel.
In Botswana, girls often think an older guy is a great boyfriend. They believe he's less likely to have HIV than a teenager. Plus, he's flush with cash. 'Sugar-daddy classes' are changing their minds.
Sources within the extremist organization confirmed the death of Mullah Omar, who reportedly died in 2013. A gathering of the group's leaders has chosen Mullah Akhtar Mansoor as his successor.
A judge said because Ray Tensing faces a potential life-in-prison sentence, she was setting his bail at $1 million.
The characters in Lauren Holmes' debut story collection are more than words on a page, says reviewer Michael Schaub. They're fully, exasperatingly real, portrayed with charm but without pretension.
The trio left the BBC under a cloud, after Jeremy Clarkson's contract was not renewed because of a physical and verbal attack on a show producer.
Does it really make sense to feel such outrage for Cecil, one lion who was killed in Africa? Anthropologist Barbara J. King explains why the answer is "yes."
Also: Hillary Clinton will testify in October to the House panel on Benghazi; India executes a plotter of a deadly 1993 bombing; and scientists discover a huge aurora on a distant brown dwarf star.
The Kentucky bourbon advertises itself as handmade. Two people in California sued, calling that false advertising. Look at publicity photos from the company: it's made using equipment and automation.
For graphic designer Denise Burt, knowing little about classical music actually helped her create cutting-edge album covers. See her work and hear the music that inspired it.