The National Park Service Unveils Map Of Sounds In US
February 17 2015 12:44 PM EST
Excessive noise impacts both wildlife and visitors -- now, the National Park Service can see it more clearly than ever.
Sudan's President Says US, Israel Are Supporting ISIS, Boko Haram
February 17 2015 12:20 PM EST
The president of Sudan said he doesn't believe Muslims could ever carry out the acts of terror associated with ISIS and Boko Haram.
Trying To Increase Enrollment, States Extend Sign-Up Period For Health Care
February 17 2015 8:53 AM EST
Many states extended the deadline for enrollment, citing technical issues or long wait times, but low enrollment numbers may also have played a role in those decisions.
Ground Troops To Fight ISIS? Americans Warming To The Idea
February 17 2015 7:53 AM EST
Americans are increasingly disappointed in the way the president is handling the Islamic State, according to a new poll.
Privacy Watchdog Launches Surveillance Data Deletion Program
February 17 2015 2:51 AM EST
The “unlawful” NSA data collection used by the U.K. intelligence agency could be fair game.
Administration To Comply With Court Order Blocking Immigration Reforms
February 17 2015 2:42 AM EST
The Department of Homeland Security said it would stop accepting applications for deferred action on deportation.
North Korea Slams Human Rights Meeting In Washington
February 17 2015 2:09 AM EST
The North said it will strongly respond to the conference on Pyongyang’s widespread human rights abuses as it is "not guilty of any crime."
NSA Surveillance Is Deep Within Hard Drives Made By Top Firms: Kaspersky
February 16 2015 11:37 PM EST
The NSA has been planting surveillance software deep within hard drives made by top manufacturers, Kaspersky Lab says.
Grand Jury Indicts Craig Hicks On Murder Charges
February 16 2015 7:22 PM EST
The 46-year-old suspect in the North Carolina shootings was charged with three counts of first-degree murder.
Homeless Woman In Ohio Walked Miles To Attend Her Rapist's Court Hearings
February 16 2015 5:39 PM EST
Her rapist received a sentence of three years in prison thanks to her efforts.
#CopticLivesMatter Helps Those Who Grieve After ISIS Killing
February 16 2015 5:27 PM EST
Coptic Christians in the diaspora are finding ways to grieve for the loss of the 21 Egyptian Christians killed by ISIS in Libya last week.
Canadian Railroad Strike Ends After One Day
February 16 2015 4:49 PM EST
With Parliament considering back-to-work legislation, Teamsters Canada has agreed to end its strike.
New York City Faces Bus Slowdown
February 16 2015 3:35 PM EST
After the arrests of two New York City bus drivers, Transport Workers Union Local 100 is calling on bus operators to be especially cautious.
How Immigrants Can Avoid Deportation Under New Obama Program
February 16 2015 2:00 PM EST
The application to file for DACA is expected to be online Wednesday. Here is how to get prepared.
Feds Overreaching In Medical Marijuana Case: US Congressmen
February 16 2015 12:24 PM EST
The government should leave the Harborside Health Center in Oakland alone, say three California representatives.
American Scientists Eager To Debate Politics
February 16 2015 11:16 AM EST
The vast majority of scientists want to engage in policy debates.
College Fair For Undocumented Students Goes Smoothly Despite Outrage
February 16 2015 11:03 AM EST
Reporters were barred from Saturday's information session in Newark to keep attendees' identities safe.
US Solar Firms Are Going Big In India
February 16 2015 10:33 AM EST
SunEdison Inc. and First Solar Inc. say they'll build over 20,000 megawatts of solar energy capacity in India to boost country's renewable energy goal.
Immigration Reform Rallies To Target GOP Congressmen
February 16 2015 9:30 AM EST
The Alliance For Citizenship is hosting the more than 50 rallies to raise awareness for the president's deferred action programs.
America's Greatest Enemy?
February 16 2015 9:28 AM EST
Americans see Russia as the nation's most critical threat, with 49 percent of those polled holding the view — up from 32 percent a year ago.