Tuesday, July 2nd 2013
From Simon & Garfunkle to Tracey Chapman.
With the Supreme Court weighing in on gay marriage, can Hollywood be far behind? Filmmakers often use wedding movies to address issues like commitment and family dysfunction.
Instead of memorizing all those passwords, what if the key to unlocking everything could be linked to something unique about you — like the rhythm of your heart?
Google has discontinued its RSS service, Google Reader. We take a look at why, what happens to former users and whether it will affect the culture of innovation at Google.
Six members of the elite group of firefighters killed while battling a wildfire in Arizona regularly worked out together at a gym down the street. We speak with a trainer...
A growing number of female students are filing complaints against their colleges and universities, trying to reform how their institutions deal with sexual violence by fellow students.
The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended that the FAA change its rules for handling aborted plane landings, after finding that current rules create "unnecessary collision risk."
New York is famous for its hotdogs. Chicago has its deep dish pizza. And St. Louis is known for its toasted ravioli — ravioli that's covered in breadcrumbs and deep...
Even though the Black Forest Fire in Colorado burned homes down to their foundations, it didn’t destroy everything. The Samaritan’s Purse helps homeowners search the ashes.
Officials have launched an investigation into how 19 elite firefighters from the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew were killed, and whether their deaths could have been prevented.
In Ohio, coal operators are generally opposed to new regulations aimed at curbing carbon emissions from power plants. But the response from some power plant operators has been more muted.
The Saturday Evening Post, the oldest American magazine in publication, had a reporter at the Battle of Gettysburg on the third and final day of fighting. The magazine's historian recounts...
Communities across the nation after 9/11 installed a vast network of public and private security cameras. But there's now a raging debate over how the data is handled.
Egypt's embattled President Mohammed Morsi is facing divisions within his own government, as he faces an ultimatum from protesters to step down by 5 p.m. today.