President Obama said Friday that the work begun by civil rights activists in Selma, Alabama fifty years ago is still not complete, citing the DoJ's report on Ferguson's police as he prepares to visit the town on the anniversary of the historic march
ISIS's destruction of the ancient city of Nimrud in Iraq is part of a systematic campaign to destroy archaeological sites
The 72-year-old star avoided crashing his vintage plane into a densely populated area after losing engine power, according to an eyewitness
Apple, Google, Facebook and other tech giants are among a list of companies to urge the Supreme Court to overturn statewide bans on same-sex marriage. The companies say it’s too burdensome to deal with states’ varying marriage laws
The U.S. economy gained 295,000 jobs in February, the 13th consecutive month employers added more than 200,000 to their payrolls. Meanwhile the unemployment rate dropped to 5.5%.
A NASA spacecraft for the first time has arrived at a dwarf planet to begin a 16-month exploration. Ceres is the first of two dwarf planets to receive visitors this year. This summer, another NASA spacecraft — New Horizons — will make a stop at Pluto
On Sunday, a complete year will have passed since MH 370 veered off its route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and vanished from radar screens. Now just four boats continue to comb a 23,000-sq.-mi. patch of ocean floor but families refuse to give up hope
More than 300 veteran Republican lawmakers, operatives and consultants filed an amicus brief at the Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage on Thursday. The brief makes a conservative case for the court to strike down same-sex-marriage bans
An incensed mob in India publicly executed an alleged rapist on Friday, after breaking into his jail cell and parading him naked through the streets. The mob of over a thousand people broke the prison fences and overpowered guards to drag Syed Farid Khan out
Wisconsin lawmakers voted Friday to make their state the 25th to enact right-to-work legislation after a marathon session that included about 20 hours of debate. It was a straight party-line vote, with no Democrats backing the measure
The Russian president announced Friday he would accept a reduced salary as his country deals with a weakened currency and a rapidly stagnating economy. It's not all bad for Putin, though — he tripled his official salary just last year.
S&P Dow Jones Indices announced that Apple will be added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average on March 18, replacing AT&T. Apple earlier this year became the first U.S. company with a market value above $700 billion