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Whatever one thinks of Spike Lee expletive-laced rant about moneyed newcomers inhabiting once-blighted corners of America's most populous city, the millionaire filmmaker could be considered a dubious messenger for such sentiments.
The former head of a private preparatory school in Miami, Florida is out an $80,000 discrimination settlement after his daughter boasted about it on Facebook.
Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia were pounded by another winter storm, one that also put the Midwest and Great Plains into the freezer.
Julian Zelizer says that even if he weren't up against a potential Hillary Clinton candidacy, Joe Biden would face very long odds to succeed Barack Obama.
Food allergies are on the rise, and are currently the fifth leading chronic illness in the United States.
On the heels of a January and February filled with vicious, snarling storms, the first March wave of arctic air pushing eastward has prompted National Weather Service warnings, watches, and advisories for as many as 106 million people.
Rescuers were racing to reach four hikers early Sunday after rising waters trapped them in a state park in southern California.
Former NFL star Darren Sharper has been fired by the NFL Network, the channel's vice president of communications told CNN.
A coroner declared an 87-year-old Mississippi man dead, but when they got him to the funeral home, the man began kicking and breathing.
The disease that carves an insidious path through the brain seems to be doing the same through sports.
The rate of ancephaly, a birth defect, is more than four times the national average in a three-county area of Washington state. Why?
Georgia -- with its tumultuous past of discrimination -- is following Arizona's recently failed attempt to pass what amounts to anti-gay legislation with the Preservation of Religious Freedom Act.
Dr. Ian Smith applauds the apparent decline in childhood obesity but says there's more work to be done. Smith is concerned over the nutritional value of what our nation's schools are serving.
I wouldn't necessarily call myself a true germaphobe, but if entering a domestic partnership with a bottle of Purell were legal I'd certainly consider it.
California has been in the middle of its worst drought in 100 years, so it would seem that rain would be good news. But in much of Southern California, it has been anything but that.
A graffiti vandal hit the home owned by Spike Lee's father and a neighboring home in Brooklyn Friday -- days after the filmmaker's curse-filled rant against the gentrification enveloping his old neighborhood.
More than 3,500 pages of previously secret Clinton White documents made public Friday showed that the more things change, the more they stay the same.