Alarmed by the growing popularity of rap among Russian youth, President Vladimir Putin wants cultural leaders to devise a means of controlling, rather than banning, the popular music
Local leaders say plea deal allowing former Baylor student to serve no jail times highlights outsized influence alumni play in shaping local criminal justice system
Tear gas billowed across the protest-scarred Champs-Elysees after a day of largely peaceful demonstrations in Paris and a water cannon shot a frigid stream at the crowd on the fifth straight weekend of protests by France's "yellow vest" movement
The family of a Florida waitress fatally struck by numerous cars while lying on a freeway says they have solved the mystery of how she got there
If you’re looking to move to a new city for a new job for the upcoming New Year, the job search site Ladders is going to give you a STEP UP. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.
Maison Hullibarger's suicide was painful enough—then his parents heard the priest's homily. "We wanted him to celebrate how Maison lived, not how he died," his mother Linda tells the Detroit Free Press . Hullibarger, who had five siblings and studied criminal justice at the University of Toledo, was 18 when...
U.S. stocks fell on fears about global economic slowdown after weak data from China and Europe, with Johnson & Johnson plunging following Reuters story that said J&J knew about asbestos in Baby Powder for decades. Roselle Chen reports.
A nuclear test reactor that can melt uranium fuel rods in seconds is running again after a near quarter-century shutdown as U.S. officials try to revamp a fading nuclear power industry with safer fuel designs and a new generation of power plants
"I don't make a lot of public posts, but right now I'm shaking with anger." So begins a Facebook post that has stirred public indignation and pushed the luxury brand Prada to pull products from its shelves, CNN reports. Chinyere Ezie, a civil rights attorney, says she was stunned to...