In an open-aired Jeep, it’s a bone-jarring ride into Santa Catalina Island’s vast interior. The dirt road winds and climbs, twists and turns, climbing 2,000 feet up.
On a recent morning, Patty Stonesifer sat cross-legged on the of a daycare classroom, laughing as pre-schoolers clambered into a firetruck made out of a […]
As they walk through the front door, visitors to the Hudspeth County Sheriff’s Office in Sierra Blanca, Texas, get punched by the overpowering odor of […]
Monday, the FBI announced the success of a three-day, multicity child sex trafficking operation. The seventh and largest of its kind, the raid recovered 106 […]
Bick Boyte plops a 1-pound bullfrog in his aluminum canoe, still half alive. He resumes his kneeling position, perched upfront, on the hunt for a […]
Researchers at the University of South Florida are fighting with the state over access to the grounds of a now-closed reform school. For decades, the […]
To deal with a shortage of lethal injection drugs, Georgia lawmakers passed a measure that makes information about where the state got its supply a […]
For decades, Koreans have been pushing to preserve the legacy of women forced to provide sex to Japanese army soldiers during World War II. Glendale, […]
In the 1980s, if you moved in certain circles — or picked up the newspaper — a certain white powder was everywhere, common as dust. […]
A judge has temporarily blocked a North Dakota law that would have banned abortions beginning around six weeks, when a fetal heartbeat it detectable. It’s […]
The acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin is reverberating far beyond Florida. On Sunday, President Obama acknowledged the strong passions […]
The Senate is planning to vote Wednesday on a plan to bring interest rates on subsidized federal student loans back down to 3.4 percent for one more year.