Originally published on Wed March 25, 2015 7:00 pm
Heinz and Kraft.
When we hear those names we think ketchup and Velveeta, right?
But before they were products and companies that will merge to become a giant with $28 billion in revenue, Heinz and Kraft were men.
Originally published on Wed March 25, 2015 11:40 am
It might not sound newsworthy that Charleston, S.C., is getting a new mayor next year. But the last time the city elected a new mayor was 40 years ago, in December 1975.
Originally published on Wed April 1, 2015 5:32 pm
Skid Row, in downtown Los Angeles, has long been known for its high concentration of homeless, drug- or alcohol-addicted and mentally ill residents. They live on the streets, in boxes and tents or in subsidized one-room apartments.
Originally published on Sat March 21, 2015 6:41 pm
Lamya Kaddor, a German-Syrian religious studies teacher and expert on Islam, was horrified to learn in 2013 that five of her former students had departed Germany to join jihadist groups in Syria.
Originally published on Mon March 23, 2015 1:43 pm
It started in December 2013. A 2-year-old boy in Guinea was running a fever. He was vomiting. There was blood in his stool.
He was most likely "patient zero" — the first case in the Ebola outbreak that swept across West Africa.