WASHINGTON -- The embattled drug company whose price hikes of an anti-allergy product sparked calls for a government investigation and a congressional hearing has announced plans to lower the cost of its EpiPen product to ...Read more
It may not be like Elvis Presley's Graceland, but Prince's Paisley Park complex could open as a museum in partnership with the King's estate on Oct. 6, the trustees for Prince's estate announced Wednesday. The opening ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The political arm of one of the country's leading operators of federally contracted immigrant detention facilities last month donated $45,000 to a joint fundraising committee supporting Republican ...Read more
Why is it that some people crave several cups of coffee a day while others stop at only one or two?
A growing body of evidence suggests that the amount of coffee we consume is determined by our genetic makeup rather than ...Read more
The phone calls to Donald Tanney's office began shortly after polls opened on that Election Day nearly three decades ago.
Tanney, then registrar of voters in Orange County, Calif., was told that when residents -- mostly ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- If the new CNBC series "Cleveland Hustles" had been about the ups and downs of basketball, then LeBron James would have been the perfect host. The NBA superstar and his business partner, Maverick Carter, are...Read more
In the Shadows of the Oaks: An Urban TaleFrank Settineri
This is a love story between Sean, Landi and Brenda, the latter who were once best friends and now are indelible enemies.
As their relationships spin out of control the surrounding urban community races out of control, besieged by the murder of a black youth by a white policeman, a ...
WASHINGTON -- The CIA pulled the veil back Wednesday on long-classified foreign intelligence briefings it gave President Richard M. Nixon in the 1970s during the height of his power and his fall from grace, a period of ...Read more
Pale blue dot, meet pale red dot. Astronomers have spent decades scouring the skies looking for Earth-sized planets around distant stars. And now they've found one, sitting smack in the habitable zone of our nearest ...Read more
CHICAGO -- When Beth Doherty found her future home in Indiana, it was by mistake.
Visiting property her sister-in-law purchased in 2002, she discovered Beverly Shores, Ind., where she and her husband moved in 2010 after ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Nobody walks in LA, as the saying goes.
But many people want to and will pay more to live in more walkable neighborhoods where they can stroll to work, shops and restaurants from home. It's a rare luxury in...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- If California's revamped standardized tests are accurately measuring what they set out to measure, one thing is clear: the state has miles to go before all of its students are on an equal footing to face an ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Fire Department is replacing the official in charge of enforcing fire safety codes for apartment houses, schools, hospitals and other high-occupancy buildings after months of turmoil over ...Read more
AMATRICE, Italy -- Rescue workers battled against time to find survivors from an earthquake that struck central Italy before dawn Wednesday, as the death toll reaches 120, according to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
During ...Read more
With "Hands of Stone," Robert De Niro officially enters his Burgess Meredith-in-"Rocky" phase, bringing the ringside grizzle and rumpled gravitas by the pound. In writer-director Jonathan Jakubowicz's peppy, none-too-...Read more
TOKYO -- In April 1960, not yet finished with high school, 17-year-old Eiko Kawasaki boarded a Soviet ship called the Kryl'ion in the Japanese port of Niigata and set sail on the journey of a lifetime, to a place she was ...Read more