In the latest installment of View From The Top, we sit down with Valery Jarrett, one of President Obama's closest confidants.
Satellite imagery of a coral atoll in the South China Sea shows the reef is growing. A U.S. military official likens Beijing's land reclamation to building a "great wall of sand."
The women were arrested last month for organizing protests against sexual harassment. Many fear the crackdown could continue.
Investigators in North Charleston, S.C. are expected to release police dashcam video in the shooting death of a black motorist.
Flying has become commonplace, but a new documentary aims to reacquaint us with the magic of airplanes.
Bi Fujian, one of the country's most popular television presenters, recently ran afoul of his employer, state-run CCTV, for a parody song he performed at a private banquet.
Hundreds of sea lions are sick, there is a new population of bison and there is a massive presence of sharks in Florida waters.
The Masters is underway in Augusta, Georgia, the NFL has hired its first-ever female official and the NBA playoffs are approaching.
The Boston Marathon bombing trial now moves into the second phase, after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted on all 30 charges.
A group called First Generation Low Income Partnership is helping to make sure low-income Columbia students don't go hungry.
The bill would eliminate waivers for religious and personal beliefs, and only allow exemptions for children with health problems.
Alt.Latino spins essential Latin soul records and showcases new artists who are continuing the tradition in Puerto Rico, Colombia, Miami and points beyond.
An inquiry exonerated Michael Slager of claims he used excessive force against an unarmed man he thought was a suspect. Slager was charged with murder this week for killing an unarmed man.