Stories for November 28, 2012
Mexican officials are in Tijuana this week searching for disappeared victims of drug violence. The investigation was sparked by new information obtained by Mexican authorities from an inmate.
The day after a Republican alternative to the DREAM Act was announced, it’s already failing to achieve political support.
In Washington's latest game of chicken, President Obama is counting on voters who see things his way to give him the edge in his quest to get congressional Republicans to accept tax increases on the nation's wealthiest as part of any fiscal cliff deal.
The National Ignition Facility in Livermore, Calif., has been called a modern-day moon-shot, a project of "revolutionary science," and "the mother of all boondoggles."
Whooping cough went on a tear in California back in 2010.
The GOP's roughing up of U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, thought to be President Obama's top pick for his second-term secretary of state, brings to mind the last time the Senate rejected a commander in chief's choice for that most crucial position.
In this special episode, Rick shares travel tips and stories, taking viewers to the biggest destination cities in Europe including Rome, Florence, Venice and Paris. In Rome, we marvel at the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the empire's exquisite art. Then enjoy the exquisite artistic treasures of Florence, the city that propelled Europe out of the Middle Ages. Then cruise the Grand Canal, luxuriate in a venerable café, and savor fresh fish canalside with Venetian friends. Finally, in Europe’s “City of Light,” ride a unicorn into the Middle Ages at the Cluny Museum.
The lame-duck Congress passed a bill Tuesday night that supporters promise will mean improved security for the border region.
Police officials in New York City tell the Daily News that they can't remember the last time this happened:
The 2012 presidential contenders will break bread at the White House on Thursday.
After an election in which the Hispanics voted overwhelmingly for President Obama, the White House and Republicans on Capitol Hill are making overtures about immigration reform.
Though many of us are buying tickets in the hope of winning tonight's $500 million Powerball jackpot, we should do our civic duty and remind everyone that the odds of winning it all are 175 million to one.
When Toni Walker is not in Hartford, Conn., serving as a state representative, she can usually be found at the New Haven Adult and Continuing Education Center.
It has been almost two decades since a truck bomb blew apart the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people and injuring hundreds more. Almost immediately, donations poured in from around the world to help the community recover.