When Charles Clark’s wife, Anne, died unexpectedly in September, the 74-year-old Laguna Woods resident hoped to settle her estate quickly and focus his energy on mourning the woman he’d loved for more than two decades. But he instead had another
An Arkansas couple has been charged with manslaughter after their 2-year-year old son accidentally shot himself with a .45 caliber pistol and died of a wound to his head, authorities said on Tuesday. The parents, Phillip and Tabitha Ashley, 27 and 23 respectively, were arrested on Monday. Local medi
What is wrong with CNN these days? Whether it's host John Vause claiming someone in Paris' Muslim community must have known about the terror attacks in advance and failed to come forward, or the network providing a platform for blogger Michael Scheuer to advocate for bombing universities and hospitals as a way to fight Islamic State militants, CNN is sounding more and more like Fox than the "most trusted name in news." The latest: On Monday, CNN anchor Carol Costello asked Hamtramck, Michigan, Mayor Karen Majewski whether she was "afraid" of the rising political power of Muslims in her city.
One of the biggest studies to examine how climate change became controversial points to the unified dialogue coming out of the hundreds of individuals and organizations funded by energy heavyweights Exxon Mobil Corp. and the Koch brothers. The study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reviewed 20 years of data starting in 1993 to show that climate change-denying groups and individuals who received money from Exxon Mobil and the Koch brothers began to unify their messages in 2007, amplifying supposed uncertainty surrounding the issue. “They were writing things that were different from the contrarian organizations that did not receive corporate funding,” Yale University sociologist and lead study author Justin Farrell said.
Orange has been the new black for awhile now, so corporate America has cooked up a new new black. Black Monday, that is. The holiday shopping frenzy used to start on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Now it's the Monday before, and we're looking at over a month of Black Monday-Through-Sundays.
Democratic Anaheim City Councilman and congressional candidate Jordan Brandman has been reprimanded by the county Democratic Party for his decisive vote to put the city’s new Latino majority district council seat before voters in 2018 rather than