The revelation Monday that more than 1,000 paintings and prints seized by the Nazis during World War II were found in a Munich apartment has set off excitement in the art world and spurred anger among Jewish groups that German officials didn’t publicize the discovery when it was first made.
Johns Hopkins Medicine says it will suspend and review its black lung program, following joint investigative reports last week from the Center for Public Integrity and ABC News that found the program “helped coal companies thwart efforts by ailing mine workers to receive disability benefits.”
Early on, the Internet settled on Google as a likely culprit. Could the barges off of San Francisco and Maine, the masses divined, be giant data structures built to circumvent NSA spying? Could they be huge, floating stores?
Capt. James Kirk always got the latest, most advanced ship in Starfleet, so it seems only fitting that the Navy’s new stealth destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, is slated to be commanded by none other than Capt. James A. Kirk, USN.
New abortion restrictions passed by the Texas Legislature are unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Monday in a divisive case the state has already vowed to appeal.
Two secretive Arizona-based groups with links to the Koch brothers have agreed to pay $1 million in fines and admitted to making millions of unlawful intermediary contributions during the 2012 California campaign season.
Wildfires are burning to the north, south and west of Sydney, Australia, and smoke “has been rolling in for days,” correspondent Stuart Cohen said Tuesday on Morning Edition.
In what would be the largest such settlement in U.S. history, JPMorgan Chase & Co. has reportedly reached a $13 billion tentative deal with the Justice Department to settle civil charges related to wrongdoing during the housing crisis.
Saudi Arabia says it will turn down a two-year seat on the United Nation’s Security Council in protest over “double standards” in resolving international conflicts.