U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared it a "date which will live in infamy" -- and three-quarters of a century later, relics from that audacious attack still conjure strong emotions.1 Comment
Moderators Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz teamed to ask sharp questions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Sunday night and to keep them corralled during many contentious exchanges during the second presidential debate.
One of India's largest colleges is expanding into the U.S. with the purchase of one campus in New York and a proposal to buy two more, drawing opposition from state officials in Massachusetts about the quality of the education it will offer.
Wander through Central Park past monuments to figures including Christopher Columbus, Alexander Hamilton, William Shakespeare and Sir Walter Scott, and it may suddenly hit you: Where are the women?
They may be cute, colorful and chatty, but South American quaker parrots have taken up residence in Madrid and other Spanish cities, irritating residents with their shrill squawks and destabilizing the ecosystem.
Donald Trump launched a scorched-earth bid to salvage his flailing campaign in a vicious presidential debate Sunday, vowing to jail rival Hillary Clinton if he wins the White House, and accusing her husband of sexual misconduct.
A defiant Donald Trump insisted Saturday he would "never" abandon his White House bid, rejecting a growing backlash from Republican leaders -- including the party's 2008 nominee, Arizona Sen. John McCain -- who have disavowed the presidential nominee after he was caught on tape bragging about predatory advances on women.
Hurricane Matthew was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone Sunday morning but still had some dangerous fight left in it, dumping more than a foot of rain on North Carolina in a deluge that flooded homes and businesses as far as 160 kilometers inland.
A collection of photos, stories and maps showing the downwind effects from nuclear testing done in Nevada in the 1950s and '60s opened this week at a University of Utah library.
If the pushback against Donald Trump becomes a Republican Party revolt, it could be said that it got its start in Utah.