Breaking News & Opinion

Education
SLAVERY – THEN AND NOW – THE FINAL CHAPTER

In Part One we looked at the early days of slavery in the western hemi

Lifestyle
The world's largest organism is dying

It's death by a thousand nibbles.   Pando, the world's larges

Politics
FBI's McCabe 'has an Ohr problem,' will not testify on Tuesday, source says

Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who was reportedly scheduled to testify

Lifestyle
Right whales facing extinction after 17 die this year, scientists say

Scientists are raising a red flag over the future of endangered right whales aft

Lifestyle
Mario Batali accused of sexual misconduct, asked to step away from 'The Chew'

Mario Batali has stated that he will “step away from the day-to-day operat

Lifestyle
10-year-old recovering from multi-organ transplant surgery

A 10-year-old boy is hoping to be home in time to celebrate Christmas with his n

Politics
How Paul Manafort is connected to the Trump, Russia investigation

It’s been more than a year since Paul Manafort briefly led President Trump

News
Daredevil climber dies after plunge from Chinese skyscraper

A daredevil climber was attempting to scale a 62-story skyscraper in China when

News
UN visits Puerto Rico to assess help for hurricane victims

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico –  A United Nations expert on extreme poverty a

Technology
Tech Q&A: Smart data plans, deflecting spammers, resume makeovers and more

Detect spy apps   Q: I think my wife put a spy app on my phone.

Sports
Texas A&M football player arrested after threatening to kill several people with rifle, police say

A Texas A&M football player was arrested early Sunday after he allegedly poi

News
Saudi Arabia to allow cinemas in 2018, first time in 35 years

In the latest sign Saudi Arabia is trying to overhaul its economy and slowly mod

News
Port Authority explosion suspect: What we know about Akayed Ullah

A suspect is in custody following an explosion at one of New York City

News
Pipe bomb strapped to man explodes in NYC subway, injuring 4

NEW YORK –  A crude pipe bomb strapped to a man inspired by the Islam

Education
This Day in History - December 11

December 11   1620 – 103 Mayflower pilgrims land at Plymouth Ro

Lifestyle
Stop the world and let me off

I usually take an optimistic approach to things. This time, however, it’s

Education
This Day in History - December 10

December 10 1778 – John Jay is elected president of the Continental Con

Education
This Day in History - December 9

December 9 536 – Byzantine General Belisarius captures Rome 1212 &nd

Politics
Trump, Mattis turn military loose on ISIS, leaving terror caliphate in tatters

BAGHDAD –  Hundreds of ISIS fighters had just been chased out of a no

Lifestyle
Birth control pills linked to small increase in risk of breast cancer, study shows

Modern birth control pills that are lower in estrogen modestly raise the risk of