Missing hiker found alive after 9 days lost in Sierra Nevada

Missing hiker found alive after 9 days lost in the Sierra Nevada near a California wildfire

China approves prisoner amnesty to mark WWII anniversary

China approves prisoner amnesty to mark World War II anniversary, could release thousands

Fan dies after fall from upper deck at Braves-Yankees game

Fan dies after falling from upper deck during Atlanta Braves game at Turner Field

How Americans actually feel about stronger gun laws

But how do people in the United States actually feel about the country's gun laws as they currently stand?


Man charged with murder in ambush of Houston area deputy

Sheriff says 30-year-old man charged with murder in ambush of Houston area deputy

UPDATED: Arrest made in ambush slaying of deputy outside Houston, police say

Sheriff's deputy ambushed, fatally shot while pumping gas near Houston; search for suspect on

Expensive new drugs add to a quandary on cholesterol

Doctors have long faced a conundrum in prescribing statins to lower cholesterol and heart attack risk: The drugs are cheap and effective for most people, and large, rigorous clinical trials have found minimal side effects. But as many as 25 percent...

Coast Guard faces difficult mission as U.S. plays catch-up in scramble for the Arctic

With warming seas creating new opportunities at the top of the world, nations are scrambling over the Arctic — its territorial waters, transit routes and especially, its natural resources — in a rivalry some already call a new Cold War.



Where are the Finizio lawn signs?

If lawn signs were a poll, the mayor would be way down in the Democratic primary.


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Ashley Madison chief is latest to depart after data breach

Avid Life Media, the parent company of Ashley Madison, announced that its chief executive, Noel Biderman, stepped down Friday, more than a month after hackers broke into the company’s computer systems and released data and emails that...

NSA phone data collection backed by appeals court

An appeals court on Friday ruled that the National Security Agency may continue to collect the phone records of millions of Americans, at least until a new law goes into effect in November banning the practice.