A new Satanic group is irking its fellow devil-worshippers with political, attention-getting stunts
How three states, two historians and one blurry photograph created a bitter battle over the Wright Brothers
Thirty years ago, an unknown nurse in Tennessee wrote to hundreds of celebrities asking them where they were when JFK was shot. They wrote back
After a terrible blizzard, the proposal to import 10,000 pregnant head of cattle from neighboring states may complicate an already difficult situation
Preteen suicides and online harassment are becoming a focus for prevention experts
Police chiefs in one of America’s most violent urban centers think its reputation is unwarranted—and they have a proposal to fix it
As cities increasingly enforce anti-panhandling laws, the ACLU is seeking to knock them down
Report finds highways in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose and San Diego are the most deteriorated
Stolen metal wires at UC-Berkeley, linked to a Monday night explosion that injured four people, is the latest in a series of bizarre heists
A newly proposed increase would bring $2 billion in annual revenue—but that’s nothing compared with the post office’s budget gap
Disgraced former congressman may have bought fraudulent memorabilia
Ladies’ capes and autographed pop memorabilia are being auctioned off to repay campaign funds illegally spent by Jesse Jackson, Jr.
The all-digital space – stocked with 10,000 e-books and 500 e-readers –resembles an Apple store. But is that really a library?