Monday, July 28, 2014
The New York Times called for the legalization of marijuana on Saturday, in a bold editorial comparing the federal ban on cannabis to Prohibition.
Australian Daniel Ricciardo charged to a thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix victory on Sunday, his second Formula One win for Red Bull, as a drenched track caused chaos among world championship leaders.
The U.S. nuclear industry has started building its first new plants in decades using prefabricated Lego-like blocks meant to save time and money and revive the once promising energy source.
The assault that left a USC graduate student dead this week sent fresh shock waves through a university community already sensitive to safety concerns.
Artists in New York City have painted the bodies of 40 nude models and turned an entrance to Central Park into a celebration of the human form.
A major drought across the western United States has sapped underground water resources, posing a greater threat to the water supply than previously understood, scientists said Thursday.
Construction workers in Bolivia have stumbled upon a mass grave with the remains of hundreds of likely indigenous miners during the Spanish colonial era, a researcher said Saturday.
Cuban President Raul Castro on Saturday officiated at a ceremony to mark the 61st anniversary of the guerrilla assault on the Moncada Barracks, widely regarded as the beginning of the Cuban Revolution.
A federal judge on Saturday ruled that the ban on citizens carrying handguns in public in the U.S. capital is unconstitutional.
Fast food workers from across the U.S. voted to escalate their efforts for US$15-an-hour pay and union membership by using nonviolent civil disobedience, comparing their campaign to the civil rights movement.