Crime scene DNA evidence didn’t match a California man who has served more than three decades of a life term for a 1978 killing.
A national grocery store chain known for its premium food and prices takes on hunger, health and racism in one of the country's poorest cities.
Though Senator Mary L. Landrieu got her colleagues to agree on holding a vote that would expedite approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, the vote may not help her hold her seat in petroleum-producing Louisiana.
Pennsylvania college graduates have third-highest average debt from student loans in the country.
Lynch got the nomination through process of elimination and a good job interview.
Twitter accounts that may have been used to share internal polling data from campaigns with super PACs, which are supposed to be independent organizations, were deleted the day before the election, just after CNN began inquiring about the accounts.
Though Republicans do not have the votes to repeal E.P.A. regulations regarding the Keystone Pipeline, they say they will use their new powers to undermine the agency by delaying the regulations as long as possible and calling for cuts in its funding.
With a lack of state data, researchers looking at potential health effects from fracking have turned to a small nonprofit that analyzes satellite images of drilling sites.
Growing strawberries is a $2.6 billion industry in California and for years growers have been using pesticides linked to cancer, developmental problems and ozone depletion.