Now that once-reliable route to prosperity appears to be vanishing.
InSight, the NASA lander, should provide our best look yet at Mars’ deep interior.
For Republicans, the sense the sky was falling formed since early this year.
A toxic mix of nepotism and abuses has defined several sons of the Arab world’s most infamous tyrants.
No power, no air conditioning, no schools, no information and little real improvement in sight.
The small Gulf Coast community was known as a slice of Old Florida. Now it lies in splinters.
Data that counter the positive picture Trump often paints in campaign-style rallies before largely white audiences.
The moment conservatives have dreamed about for decades has arrived with Brett Kavanaugh as justice.
Key posts overseeing the financial health of Social Security and Medicare have been vacant for more than three years.
He let his anger flare repeatedly, interrupted his questioners and cried several times during his opening statement. She strived to remain calm and polite,...
Crackdowns targeting the sex-for-hire industry may have had unintended consequences.
The focus on food is deliberate, a key driver of U.S. policy toward Venezuela.
Shame. Guilt. Embarrassment. Denial. Disgust. And fear — of losing a job, friends, colleagues, privacy, safety, even one’s life.
A warmer world makes for nastier hurricanes. Scientists say they are wetter, possess more energy and intensify faster. Their storm surges are more destructive because...
In all, the storm and its aftermath took the lives of unfortunates, many of whom could have been saved.
There's a dire child care workforce crisis amid a booming U.S. economy.
They moved across decades and changes and navigated a culture that their younger selves.
Arizona Sen. John McCain – scion of Navy brass, flyboy turned Vietnam war hero and tireless defender of American global leadership – a scholar of American politics.
When sex-abuse cases dominate headlines, a familiar pattern often emerges.
The role of climate change is seldom mentioned in many or even most news stories about the multitude of fires and heat waves.
Tech giants stumbling in the social world they created as they make big profits by turning information into lucrative targeted advertisements.
Personal home robots that can socialize with people are starting to roll out. But are humans ready to invite them into their lives?
The abortion debate is at the center of U.S. political dialogue. But, who chooses abortion? More women than you might think.
There are products and services that allow employees to receive a portion of their pay when they need it.
Who is Q that is spreading like wildfire? What makes Q different and what does Q believe?
Heat waves are setting all-time temperature records across the globe, again.
As the United States takes a harder line on immigration, thousands of families are fractured apart.
There's a nationwide surge in the strength and popularity of the liberal movement’s farthest left flank.
On July 15, 1979, President Jimmy Carter called upon American citizens to reflect on the meaning and purpose of their lives together.
From the safety of a resilient U.S. economy, President Donald Trump has lit the fuse on a high-risk trade war with China.
Cuba's Communist Party recently approved a document aimed at giving state media more ability to report news.
If you’ve ever watched a YouTube video of a Boston Dynamics robot, you probably remember it. But you may not know what the videos leave out.
The holiday was Memorial Day, and this year’s commemoration on May 28 marks the 150th anniversary of its official nationwide observance.
The Miami-based artist who is painting the words “World Peace” on murals across the country and the world, is a man who believes in following his passions.
Now that Donald Trump has finally backed out of the Iranian nuclear deal, the rest of the world is trying to understand the thinking that went into his decision.
People have been wounded and have even died trying to take selfies. Animals and heights pose danger and have resulted in selfie fatalities. Then, why do people risk their lives?
The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration opened on the site of a former slave pen in Montgomery, seeks to explore slavery’s legacy.
His wildly successful stand-up concerts and albums, the smash hit TV shows, the immense comedic talent that gave him power to change pop culture — nothing is left unstained.
The wife of the nation’s 41st president and mother of the 43rd brought a plainspoken, grandmotherly style to buttoned-down Washington.
Apologies men have made after being accused of misconduct during the #MeToo movement have fallen short of what’s needed for redemption.
Is Moscow interested in cutting or tapping the cables? Does it want the West to worry it might? Is there a more innocent explanation?
His business empire included Blockbuster Entertainment, AutoNation, and three professional sports franchises in Florida.
It only works if federal agencies, the military, states, courts and local law enforcement do a better job of sharing information with the background check system
President Donald Trump and his appointees have stocked federal agencies with ex-lobbyists and corporate lawyers who now help regulate the very industries they worked for.
As young survivors immediately pleaded for nationwide action, could Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School carnage actually lead to gun reforms?
And it’s not clear if the companies like Facebook and Twitter have taken sufficient action to prevent something similar from happening again.
The place of “In God We Trust,” and similar invocations of God in national life reflect a particular view of the United States, not a universally accepted “American way.”
Kaepernick and LeBron helped set a stake in the ground, declaring to athletes across all sports that their platforms could be used for more than fun and games.
Far more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or identify themselves using other nontraditional gender terms, new research suggests.
On the verge of leaving office, Castro has thrown the brakes on private enterprise in Cuba again, warning of the rapid pace of change and criminal activity.
But as new architecture goes up and its business district revitalizes, Miami’s oldest neighborhood, is at risk of losing its unique history and tropical culture.
Either way, scientists say it showed a clear signal of man-made global warming because it was the hottest year they’ve seen without an El Nino boosting temperatures naturally.
The think tank slammed the Trump administration for withdrawing from America’s “historical commitment to promoting and supporting democracy.”
More than a half-century later, in a world full of contentious politics, one of King’s memorable quotes remains relevant. It’s from his book “Strength to Love,” first published in 1963.
Interviews across the polarized country as well as polling from Trump’s first year suggest people seek out various outlets of information, including Trump’s Twitter account, and trust none in particular.
The first Martin Luther King Jr. holiday of Donald Trump’s presidency is taking place amid a racial firestorm of Trump’s own making.
How did El Salvador become so violent? These four articles shed some light on the country’s complex crime problem. Spoiler: It’s not just about the gangs.
Rather than issues related to their work or families, respondents Americans are most worried about the “future of the nation” and the “current social divisiveness.”
It began with a news story, and then a tweet, and suddenly it seemed like everything had changed overnight. 2017 will forever be known as the Year of the Reckoning.
It’s a significant departure from the Obama administration, which had described climate change as an “urgent and growing threat to our national security.”
Activism, charity sustain Sandy Hook families 5 years later. The Sandy Hook families have started various projects in memory of their family members.
It’s the latest dilemma in a field that already vexes women with conflicting guidelines on when to get checked. Starting at age 40, 45 or 50? Annually or every other year?
The charter school movement born a quarter of a century ago has thrived in large urban areas, often aim to serve students who have been let down by their district schools..
Is sex addiction a true addiction, a crime, or a made-up condition used by misbehaving VIPs to deflect blame or repair tarnished images?
The Stiltsville community is almost as old as the city of Miami. In its heyday, it attracted lawyers, judges, architects, celebrities, politicians and other professionals looking for an exclusive getaway.
The administration has left its mark in smaller ways, as well, rolling back or delaying Obama-era rules and regulations.
Reuland’s decision to check the organ-donor box on a driver’s license form, changed not only the course of Carew’s life but those of two other people who received Reuland’s liver and kidney.
The report also documented how different climate change-caused events can interact in a complex way to make life worse such as the California wildfires.
AP drew on forensic data to report that the hackers known as Fancy Bear were closely aligned with the interests of the Russian government.
By accelerating delivery times, robotics and software have made online shopping an increasingly viable alternative to bricks-and-mortar stores, and sales have ballooned at online retailers.
The release of thousands of records relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy hasn’t settled the best-known, real-life whodunit in American history.
Known for his impeccable attention to detail and unique style of painting, Alexis Diaz uses a hash mark style of scratchy lines similar to vintage illustrations to create meticulous compositions.
Trump promised big tax cuts and a booming economy. Let's fact check some of the claims emerging from the sweeping, nearly $6 trillion tax cut he proposed.
Trump insists that slashing the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to as low as 15 percent would free up valuable cash.
Island nations will be on a collision course with the United States and other rich countries during United Nations climate talks in Bonn, Germany, in November.
Amazon will help Whole Foods win back customers who found "good enough" organic and natural products elsewhere - possibly at a lower cost.
Like no other president in recent history, Trump has struggled with his duties, leaving his party and his White House reeling after the Charlottesville crisis.
Fellow Republicans assail Trump after he defends Confederate monuments. Trump has lately alienated Republicans, corporate leaders and allies with his statements.
Aftermath of Charlottesville Violent Riots for President Trump: mistrust, rebukes by democrats, GOP, and world leaders. White supremacists on the rise.
Brooklyn-based artist, Logan Hicks, has been creating murals in the Wynwood district since 2006. His mural at Wynwood Walls in 2015 marked a new direction for him.
Organized crime gangs are using fraudulent credit cards to siphon millions of dollars in fuel from gas stations into large tanks hidden inside pickup trucks and vans.
Gender Stereotypes Disadvantage Women Leaders. Recent studies how how a job gets stereotyped and how gendered jobs harm us all.
The process has happened naturally for thousands of years, but it has accelerated in recent decades as polar ice melts and raises sea levels.
Lots of people a day stream through Peter Tunney gallery where painted surfboards hang from the ceiling and optimistic phrases are colorfully painted over collaged newspaper headlines.
The health care law of the land has survived for now, but it needs help - and it needs it soon. Assurances don't look to be coming anytime soon.
#FailureFriday depicts worst week in the Trump Administration up to July 28. Mika Brzezinski started, twitter then put Trump's unsuccessful week on blast.
Born in Ecuador but raised in Queens, Lady Pink was born Sandra Fabara. She held her own as the sole woman in graffiti among all the boys making high profile street noise.
Chester Bennington, Linkin Park ferocious lead singer singer, died at age 41 on July 20th, the day his close friend and Soundgarden Chris Cornell would have been 53 years old.
The president’s eldest son transparency has come days after a misleading statement about his meeting and just as the New York Times was preparing to publish the emails.
The main key to understanding Scharf’s art is outer space and an interest in the cosmos.
The deal stands to net Amazon a wealth of data-driven insights into how shoppers behave offline.
The time for planning to live with it is upon us.Containment is hard work. To succeed, it needs three elements.
Based on a survey of households, the report is one of several studies that aim to quantify hate crimes. Many victims don't report hate crimes because of personal and institutional reasons.
Five months into Trump's presidency, the survey spanning 37 nations showed U.S. favorability ratings in the rest of the world slumping to 49 percent from 64 percent.
David Choe Mural for Wynwood Walls is called “Nothing Lasts Forever”, a dead on metaphor on the impermanence of street art but also fame, success, the changing tides of sea and fortune.
Numbers shows a sharp partisan divide on global warming, with Republicans more likely to align themselves with the president's views.
Moving to hastily destroy Obama's legacy, Donald Trump cracks down on Cuba as he rolls back Obama policy on Cuba in front of a Cuban and Cuban-American crowd in Maimi
Shepard Fairey has left his magic at Miami's Wynwood neighborhood with a prominent wall facing 2nd Avenue in the Wynwood Walls main courtyard which is all about "celebration and inspiration."
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