City beats Villa 4-0, in sight of EPL title
If you use the words to someone else's song to make money-- do you have to give the songwriter some of that money?
On a largely party-line vote, Republicans approved the resolution that stems from the alleged targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
California museum to return statue to Cambodia
Bible curriculum part of Green evangelization push
Windfall means 'moment of reckoning' for Yahoo CEO
A campaign in Africa to prevent HIV has convinced six million teens and men to get circumcised and aims to sign up another 14 million. To do so, health officials must appeal to male vanity.
Stanford will stop investing in coal companies, but coal is still in demand worldwide and probably will be for many years. As long as that's true, coal companies will likely find willing buyers.
Column: Long on guts, all Sam needs is a fair shot
Tesla loses $50 million in 1Q as costs rise
Hanoi says two of its vessels were rammed by Chinese ships deploying an oil rig in disputed waters. It comes as the Philippines has seized Chinese fisherman for alleged poaching of sea turtles.
Review: Another Coppola debuts with 'Palo Alto'
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler welcome 2nd son
In North Carolina, a midterm preview for nation
Though she's been a popular singer since the '80s, Natalie Merchant has often worn the air of one who finds pop stardom distasteful. On her new self-titled LP, she dredges that tension to the fore.
When the SS Central America sunk in 1857, it took down tons of gold with it — enough gold that the shipwreck contributed to a financial panic. And when the wreck was found, decades of legal battles ensued over rights to the recovered treasure. Gary Kinder, author of Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea, tells the fraught tale of shipwreck and reclaimed gold.
It's the end of an era, as the Johnson Publishing Corp. announced plans to cease printing Jet Magazine. The magazine, which started some 63 years ago, was long a staple for many African-American communities.
Middle East peace talks have been officially paused; unofficially, many say they're finished. Jeffrey Goldberg of Bloomberg View and The Atlantic explains how Secretary of State John Kerry's mission fell apart.