Monday, November 16, 2015
When school officials in a rural Colorado community learned local students were collecting naked photos of one another, they say they had no choice but to notify the police and hand over hundreds of intimate images to law enforcement.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
With big-name stars and early Oscar buzz over Steve Carell's performance as a banker conflicted about the global financial meltdown, "The Big Short" is generating both hype and mixed reviews.
This weekend, audiences can go deep underground with Antonio Banderas to experience the plight of the trapped Chilean miners in "The 33," sing Christmas carols with John Goodman and Diane Keaton in "Love the Coopers," and gawk voyeuristically at Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's well-heeled depressives in "By the Sea."
The Game of Life is known for turning events such as marriage, going to college and paying for auto insurance into moves on a board. Now, it's at the center of a different real-world experience: a lawsuit.
An Italian-born nun who challenged Billy the Kid, calmed angry mobs and helped open hospitals and schools in New Mexico territory took a step Friday toward possible sainthood with documents about her purported good deeds being sent to Rome.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium says a polar bear gave birth to a pair of cubs, and though only one survived, staff are "cautiously optimistic" about its health.
Saturday, November 14, 2015
An aging mobster threw his hands into the air and shouted "Free," grinning as he walked out of a courthouse following his surprising acquittal on charges he helped plan the legendary 1978 Lufthansa heist retold in the hit Mafia film "Goodfellas."
The U.S. government Thursday proposed to ban lit tobacco products inside public housing in a push to make hundreds of thousands of units across the country smoke-free.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Separated sixth months after birth in 1933, Jack Yufe was raised as a Jew in his native Trinidad while his identical twin, Oskar Stohr, grew up in Nazi Germany, where he joined the Hitler Youth movement.
A group of Venezuelan opposition figures have asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) to probe President Nicolas Maduro and others for "crimes against humanity" including alleged murder and torture, exiled dissident Carlos Vecchio said Wednesday.