Earlier this week, the Justice Department released an incriminating report on the civil-rights failings of the Ferguson Police Department and municipal court. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, any response to the report has been muted in and around the city that spurred it. The newspaper was unable to reach... More »
The American job market is on an historic roll. The even better news is that it's still got a lot of room for improvement. The February Jobs report, released Friday morning, was another good one. The U.S. added 295,000 jobs last month (economists predicted 240,00 new jobs). Show More Summary
There's something about cheesecake. It's a dish that combines two culinary power players (cheese and cake) into one opulent dessert that barely anyone can resist. So it seems a little crude to suggest a recipe list of vegan cheesecakes to serve those who desire a dairy-free option. Show More Summary
Even hermit crabs, it turns out, aren't safe from a housing crisis. In the above clip from the BBC show, "Life Story," several hermit crabs on a small Caribbean island off the coast of Belize are shown in their quest for suitable shelter,...Show More Summary
"I think that the way art has been working in the last century is coming to an end," Sarah Meyohas explained in a phone interview with The Huffington Post. "Duchamp was kind of the fulcrum for changing the way of artists then. And I'm...Show More Summary
Does your organization have a reason for being? This is not only a philosophical question, but a business imperative. Tim Brown, chief executive officer (CEO) and president of the innovation and design firm IDEO, believes that only businesses with a clear purpose will be innovative and truly sustainable in the future. Show More Summary
When our previous conversation was interrupted, DD the imaginary Israeli Defense Dove and critic of Netanyahu was about to present details of her "step by step" approach. "Here's what I think should be done," she said. "It is only a first sketch; it needs much more fine tuning. Show More Summary
What started with a phone call last month about Brian Williams ended on Friday in Andy Lack's appointment as chairman of NBC News and MSNBC.
It's official as of Friday morning: NBC News is bringing back Andrew Lack as chairman of NBC News, replacing Pat Fili-Krushel who had been in the role since the summer of 2012.
Bow-and-arrow death at Washington's Olympic National Park a mystery
Police say Calif. girl thought the man was interested in hiring her, suspect there are more victims
On Sunday, millions of women and men will celebrate International Women's Day. A great deal of progress has been made since this day was first marked in 1911, yet more than a century later, gender equality is still a major challenge. On...Show More Summary
The Palestinian Liberation Organisation’s central council decided Thursday to end security cooperation with Israel, in a potentially explosive move after the Jewish state cut off a key source of funds. The PLO council decided “to stop security cooperation in all its forms with the occupying power” which it urged to “take over full responsibility for […]
Kody Brown's family life -- he has four wives and 17 children -- may seem unconventional to many, but up until a few years ago, it was also illegal in the Browns' home state of Utah. For years, Kody and his wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine...Show More Summary
This year fifteen hundred competitors sang their hearts out in front of a table of judges for the chance to be launched into stardom. But they weren't singing pop ballads to get on television screens -- they were singing opera ariasShow More Summary
New York's bevy of so-called "bridge and tunnel" commuters agree on one thing: Penn Station is a circus -- sometimes it's pleasantly quiet, but most often it's a carnival of drunk bros, loud noises, and people walking way too close to you at all times.
Buying in bulk seems like a great idea: Warehouse-type stores like Costco and Sam's Club promise more competitive prices than the average grocery store.
Vincent Van Gogh, most known for "Starry Night" and losing his left ear, may have left one final secret up his sleeve. His iconic painting "Cafe Terrace at Night" depicts a group of anonymous patrons enjoying an evening in Arles, France. Show More Summary
U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg was shot in the leg in Detroit on Thursday night during an attempted robbery outside his home, police said. Two men approached Berg around 9 p.m. and during an ensuing struggle one of the suspects shot the judge in his right leg, Detroit Police spokeswoman June...
Joko Widodo defends his decision to reject clemency for foreign drug smugglers in exclusive interview with Al Jazeera.