Bill Morrison’s documentary chronicles the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 by stitching together lost footage of the historic disaster into an elegiac visual poem.
On the 50th anniversary of LBJ’s initiative, Marco Rubio says it failed. After all, poverty still exists. But the policies did succeed—Democrats are just afraid to say so.
Lethal temperatures in Minnesota. A frost warning for the Everglades. The North Pole is moving south thanks to climate change.
A century ago, the Ford Motor founder shocked the world of business by doubling wages to $5 a day. No altruist, he was playing a long game—one today’s short-sighted CEOs can’t fathom.
New devices catching on primarily among teens in Asia claim to slim noses, give instant facelifts, and improve smiles. But are these products crazy fads or just plain dangerous?
Clinton caused a stir when she stepped out with bangs last week, but there’s more than sexism at work when people judge a politician’s looks.
Rand Paul suing Obama over domestic surveillance is just the beginning of his plan to make civil liberties the cornerstone of a potential presidential campaign.
A new deal sets the stage for the rise of the Boeing 777…and spells the end of four-engined planes flying overseas. But that’s quite all right.
New York Democrats now condemn the very things they wanted 15 years ago.
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, 47, who is still in office, and his brother, Ralphiel Mack, have denied charges related to a 2010 bribery scheme in which $119,000 was offered in exchange for Mayor Mack’s help in the development of ...