One recommendation for dealing with reporters: “Remember, courtesy gets you a long way.” The documents were released Tuesday by a federal judge in California.
Federal prosecutors say, under law, the more than a quarter-million-dollar proceeds from two life insurance policies should not benefit Syed Rizwan Farook’s chosen beneficiaries. A court will decide.
Rio de Janeiro made a big push to provide security in its shantytowns. But some, which were touted as models, are again plagued by gang violence that has terrified residents.
Angelina Jolie was just appointed a professor for the coming semester at the London School of Economics. The development world is having a pro-con debate.
Eric Holder, who was attorney general when the former NSA contractor leaked highly sensitive documents, said what Snowden did was illegal but that his leak brought up important conversations.
There’s fever. And unexplained bleeding. Like Ebola. But tests show that the 51 cases in South Sudan are definitely not Ebola.
Justice Clarence Thomas called one of the opinions “a remarkably aggressive” use of the court’s power to review the decisions of the states’ highest courts.
For two years, Majd Abdulghani kept a journal during a crossroads in her life: Should she get married or keep studying? Or can she do both?
The country’s largest beer producer, Empresas Polar, halted operations because the government restricted access to imported barley. But the president has pinned the entire food crisis on Polar.
The proposed migrant camp would be located in the north of France’s capital city, where hundreds of migrants are already camping informally.
Veterans groups received the money after Donald Trump had been questioned about his claim he had raised $6 million for them. Trump battled reporters on the issue in a news conference on Tuesday.
The complaint comes after the zoo killed a gorilla to protect a child who climbed into its enclosure. The group, Stop Animal Exploitation Now!, said the gorilla’s enclosure was inadequate.
When Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy in 2014, it won a ruling from a federal bankruptcy judge stripping casino workers of their health insurance and payments to the pension fund.
Conservationists have long blamed farmers’ use of pesticides for decimating the milkweed that monarch caterpillars like to eat. But scientists say simply planting more milkweed isn’t the answer.
Federal and state laws are designed to protect the privacy of patients’ health information. But sometimes leaving parents of adult children out of the loop can complicate the patient’s recovery.