The Aurora, Colo., movie theater where James Holmes allegedly opened fire this summer, killing 12 people and wounding 58, now has an official reopening date. In a letter dated Dec. 5 sent to Aurora mayor Steve Hogan, Cinemark president and CEO Tim Warner announced the... More »Aurora Movie Theater Shooting Site to Reopen
A Pennsylvania State University sorority is under investigation and has issued an apology for a photo showing its members dressed in Mexican-themed attire and holding a pair of signs deemed insensitive. “Will mow lawn for weed and beer,” and, “I don’t cut grass, I smoke... More »PSU Sorority Apologizes for Mocking Latinos
The University Made Close to 3,800 Emails Public More »Emails: Holmes Had 'Relationship' with Grad Student
The Blotter Attends Black Hat Cyber Security Conference in Abu Dhabi More »Not the 'Wild West': Talking Cyber Ops at Iran's Backdoor
Usually, when lawmakers try to strike a big deal, they do it in small groups and behind closed doors. That’s how Democrats tried to draft their health reform bill. That’s how they put together the Wall Street bailout. That’s how, in the summer of 2011,... More »'Fiscal Cliff' Feels More Like Chicken Than Negotiation
Minnesota Republican John Kline Objects to Federal Oversight More »Which Congressman Is Blocking Bill That Would Protect Kids with Autism?
The YouTube video of a Nebraska woman’s indicating that she had “robbed a bank” will be used to build a case against the suspect, officials said. In the video titled “Chick Bank robber,” the woman whom police identify as Hannah Sabata, 19, greets viewers with... More »Woman Jailed After 'Robbery' Video
Underwater Explorer Searches for Roots of Noah's Ark Story More »New Evidence Suggests Biblical Great Flood Happened
MOGADISHU, Somalia — The battle-scarred capital of Somalia has long been called the “most dangerous city in the world,” but after more than two decades of war and lawlessness, there is evidence it might finally be able to shed that ominous title. For the first... More »Hopeful Signs for 'Most Dangerous City'
Three teenage soccer players are facing manslaughter, assault and public violence charges for beating a volunteer referee to death following a soccer game this weekend in Almere, the Netherlands. Richard Nieuwenhuizen was a linesman for a youth soccer match between Buitenboys, his son’s team, and... More » Players Charged in Deadly Ref Beating