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Posted at 7:00 PM

Under a rusty metal roof in one of India's oldest cities, Amrat Lal and a dozen other craftsmen carefully engrave thousands of slabs of sandstone. When finally put together, they threaten to reignite religious violence.

Posted at 7:00 PM

Professor James Roberts remembers when he used to walk into his Baylor University classroom and have to to yell over the din of his students, begging them to quiet down for the start of class. Today, he says, he walks in the room, "and you can hear...

Posted Feb 26, 2015 at 7:05 PM

It was a bit of good news/bad news earlier this week for troubled star Amanda Bynes.On...

Posted at 6:00 PM

The Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday that it has adopted a measure to implement net neutrality rules.

Posted Feb 26, 2015 at 7:05 PM

Jeff and

Posted at 4:45 PM

Igniting fresh controversy, Austria's parliament has approved significant changes to the country's "Law on Islam" — a revamping of a 103-year-old law to expand certain legal protections while also placing new restrictions on Muslim...

Updated at 4:35 PM

As many as 62,051 Delaware residents may have had their personal information compromised due to the recently discovered hacking attack on the computer systems of the health insurer Anthem, Inc., according to the Delaware Department of...

Updated at 3:55 PM

Borscht, or beet soup, is today’s topic. Some of you may have never tasted this soup, but in many Slavic and eastern European countries it is the “soup du jour.” It has also become popular in the United States.

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