The shirt that police believe Jennifer Farber Dulos was wearing the day she disappeared more two

There's a scene in the new movie "Blinded by the Light" where British protesters harass and assault a Pakistani family on their way to a wedding. Their teenage son is nowhere to be found; he's off buying Springsteen tickets.

Dow rises 100 points after Monday's bloodbath

Stocks rose just after the opening bell Tuesday, erasing an early deficit after the US government reported a bigger uptick in a key measure of consumer prices than expected.

'Accidents happen,' says Kremlin as it breaks silence on suspected nuclear missile explosion

The Kremlin broke its silence Tuesday on the apparent explosion of a nuclear-powered cruise missile during a test, saying that accidents "happen" but that Russia remained "far ahead" in the development of advanced weaponry.

Bowie State to Launch the Center for Research and Mentoring of Black Male Students and Teachers

According to jbhe.com, Julius Davis, an associate professor and mathematics education researcher at Bowie State University, has been selected for the Wilson H. Elkins Professorship by the University System of Maryland.

A father was detained during the ICE raids in Mississippi last week. His family still doesn't know where he is

At least 300 of the nearly 700 people detained during the ICE raids in Mississippi last week have been released. But Andres Gomez-Jorge isn't one of them.

The number of NYPD officer suicides this year has risen to 8

Another New York Police Department officer has died by suicide -- becoming the eighth to do so this year -- a law enforcement official told CNN.

Scientists are one step closer to an Ebola cure in the Congo

Two new Ebola treatments are proving so effective they are being offered to all patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the current outbreak is the second-deadliest ever.

Coca-Cola will sell Dasani in aluminum cans and bottles

Coca-Cola is giving Dasani a green makeover to help meet its environmental goals and boost interest in its biggest water brand.

Refugee women face unequal access to jobs. Hiring them could boost global GDP by $1.4 trillion

We are living through a global refugee crisis. In June, the UN High Commissioner of Refugees reported a record-high number of displaced people around the world, the highest in almost 70 years. And many refugees face restricted access to labor ...

Trump admin moves to weaken endangered species protections

The US Interior Department announced significant changes Monday that would weaken how the Endangered Species Act is implemented, a move critics fear will allow for more oil and gas drilling and limit how much regulators consider the impacts of the ...

Navy SEAL drinking, drug scandals prompt broad review of ethics, culture

In the wake of several high-profile scandals, including allegations of sexual assault and cocaine use against Navy SEAL team members, the four-star general in charge of all US special operations has ordered a review of the culture and ethics of ...

'Our Boys' powerfully puts faces on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The language and pacing in "Our Boys" reflect its Israeli roots, but the emotional core of this powerful fact-based miniseries hinges on tribalism, the intractability of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the adage that an eye for an eye makes the ...

Bode Miller and wife Morgan are expecting twins a year after their daughter's tragic death

Bode and Morgan Miller are about to add two more to their family. The former Olympic skier and the professional beach volleyball player are expecting twin boys, they announced Monday on Instagram. The new arrivals are due November 11.

Dangers of crossing the street in downtown Kalispell detailed

Kalispell Police say that crosswalk safety downtown is a serious issue -- especially at First Avenue East and Third Avenue East.

13-year old refugee excels at hockey

Faustin Ushindi laced up skates for the first time when he was 11 years old. But he had only been in the United States for four years.