The shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a police officer ignited tensions in Ferguson, Mo., and around the nation. Read coverage from the first eight days of unrest in Ferguson, Mo.
The Last Week Tonight talked at length Sunday night about the unrest in Ferguson and the police response, and militarization of local law enforcement.
The shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a police officer ignited tensions in Ferguson, Mo., and around the nation. Continued coverage here.
President Obama promises a limited, effective fight against the Islamic State in Iraq in comments Saturday morning. U.S. military jets launched several airstrikes Friday on isolated targets.
UPDATE: The World Health Organization reports more than 2,000 have the disease and at least 1,145 people have died. WHO says the outbreak is a “public health emergency of international concern.”
President Obama and his aides watched the USA vs. Germany game on Air Force One while traveling to Minneapolis. Apparently he used Jurgen Klinsmann’s excuse note.
Justices unanimously ruled a Massachusetts law banning protests 35 feet from clinic entrances violates the First Amendment.
The 6-3 decision said the startup service has to pay broadcasters when it takes their programs and streams them to paid subscribers. Broadcasters painted the ruling as a win for consumers. But that claim is dubious.
“Are you a doctor or an old west traveling salesman?”
And he wants to be sure he can get in to his office. “Please make the necessary arrangements for my office locks to be restored to their state prior to my departure.”
A pair of shooters identified as Jerad and Amanda Miller, a married couple, fatally shot two police officers and another victim.
The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, and Laura Poitras reunite in Moscow.
Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal reported Monday that AT&T was close to buying the largest U.S. satellite-TV provider.
Customers can add items to their shopping cart without leaving Twitter.
Chung Hong-won, the country’s No. 2 ranking official, announced his immediate resignation on national television, and apologized for the government’s response to the ferry disaster that left more than 300 missing or dead.
Simon Ostrovsky, who has been reporting on the crisis in Ukraine for months, was taken hostage by separatists in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk. “I’m out and safe,” he tweeted Thursday.
The deal announced Wednesday will make The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Wire, and other HBO shows available on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Boston is marking the anniversary of the attacks at the Boston Marathon with a series of events paying tribute to victims and first responders on Tuesday.
Spc. Ivan Lopez, 34, soldier being treated for depression, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, officials said. Sixteen people were injured. All the wounded and killed were members of U.S. military.