A combination of tech savvy, urban planning and public support were key.
Chinese giant salamanders were once common across a huge area of China, however, the animals have suffered dramatic declines in recent times
D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced a settlement with Cuba Libre for $7,000.
Executives Ed Nordholm, Don Callis and Scott D'Amore on talent and business goals for the year ahead.
President Trump's Administration appears to be confused about its position on funding Amtrak and rail travel in the United States.
Russia's strategy is to use its Arctic waterway to transport its natural resources to Europe on a year-round basis.
Democratic senators are opposing Trump nominees at every turn
Investors in high-cost housing markets are targeting down-market rentals in other states that they usually don't even visit.
Sergeant David Dasilma says the herb helps him live with less pain.
Washed-out residents who didn't live in a flood zone also largely didn't carry insurance.
Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for 26 counties inundated by as much as 1 to 3 inches of hourly rain
Hey, soldier, wanna go to Harvard? Elite universities throughout the country—including that one in Cambridge, Mass.—will decide in the coming weeks whether to help veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan study for free, using their own funds to supplement the new GI Bill, which goes into effect in August.
What Clinton thinks about India, Guantanamo Bay and other pivotal foreign policy issues.