"You pretty. Are you scared?" the attacker asked victim Dana Sagona, 31, before the attack.
In his new book, McCain explains why it's important for the president to punish Putin.
Recorded phone calls suggest around 215 Russian mercenaries were killed by U.S. artillery and airstrikes in a battle in Syria on the night of February 7.
The fear that robots will put millions out of work has it all wrong. Data is the new oil, fueling a boom that is churning up new investors, new industries and thousands of new jobs.
While Trump's lies cost all of us, even he can't escape the damage he's doing.
An uncorroborated report circulated by U.S. intelligence alleges Russian security agents watched Trump engaging in "perverted sexual acts."
Does the Jewish ultra-Orthodox school system muzzle survivors of child abuse and protect those who prey on them?
Ex-army officers say a militarized Russia and returning British jihadists mean defense must be protected.
Back in the day, etiquette rules were fairly simple. Always send a thank-you card. Don’t put your elbows on the table. Hold the door open for other people. However, social networks have made matters much more complicated, so we’ve compiled the ultimate list of LinkedIn dos and don’ts.
Trading their superstar can be the beginning of something beautiful
The Pentagon is reviewing the charter of a controversial counterspy agency set up by former Defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld after 9/11. The Counter-Intelligence Field Activity (CIFA) was supposed to "coordinate" counterintel and antiterrorist reporting by myriad Pentagon spy outfits—including intel divisions maintained by all four military services.
Readers of our Jan. 30 report on the need to employ older workers took issue with some of our conclusions. One complained of firms' "blackmailing old folks into early retirement." Another thought that wasn't a bad idea: "Taxpayers want to be put out to pasture and spend some time in the sun."Your Jan. 30 article "The New Old Age" appears to be appealing to retirees who still have the urge to work, whether out of financial necessity or a choice to continue to do so.
Officially, the country has been out of recession since November 2001, but it sure doesn't feel that way for many Americans. The unemployment rate is down to 5.7 percent, but some 8.4 million Americans are still out of work--and millions more have taken unwanted jobs just to pay the bills.