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?
Pressure on porn companies to use condoms is pushing adult film production elsewhere
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak wants every state to legalize same-sex nuptials, but he’s perfectly happy to reap the rewards for his own city in the meantime
After lobbying by human-rights groups, European drug companies are increasingly unwilling to supply U.S. states with lethal medicine
A ruling allowing an Atlantic City casino to fire “Borgata Babes” if they put on pounds could have a plus-size effect
Twinkies are back, but this time, they’re not necessarily for moms to pack in their kids’ lunchboxes. They’re for bros
It took an ad campaign to sell Americans on its value
Last week, a three-judge panel ordered the state of California to reduce its prison population by almost 10,000 inmates before the end of the year.
A proposal to create a “hybrid” United States Postal Service would keep postal workers on their routes while allowing private companies to compete for mail collection, transportation, and processing.