Drug explosion follows oil boom on North Dakota Indian reservation

Washington mayor: Despite legal pot, city will not become 'like Amsterdam'

Moviegoers and Academy Move Further Apart

Chinese soccer is terrible, and now Xi Jinping has officials jumping to fix it

Jews in Europe say no to exodus after Copenhagen, Paris attacks

UFOs: Spy satellites or visitors from far-away galaxies?

Are cities treading a slippery slope considering bans on sledding?

Florida became ‘hotbed’ for sovereign citizens, called domestic terrorists by FBI

Fraudsters pose as cops, court officials in jury duty scams

Romance fiction industry swarms Capitol Hill

There are indeed pies in Pie Town, a slice of heaven for travelers

Lincoln library workers strive to put more documents about Abe online

How Colombia became the flower king of Valentine’s Day

Bipartisan Twitter fest bodes well for passage of US transportation bill

A University Recognizes a Third Gender: Neutral

Afro-Brazilian religions struggle against Evangelical hostility

For California’s first Islamic judge, faith informs his work

Obama's nominee for drug czar wins first Senate vote

For the Prickliest Patients, a Desert Doctor Makes House Calls

Low prices raise alarm in North Dakota oil patch

Does public radio sound too ‘white’? NPR itself tries to find the answer

After Ferguson, police consider ‘tactical retreat’ instead of force in certain cases

Former Panamanian president's hunger for gossip at center of wiretap probe

Renting out homes for Super Bowl can bring big bucks

Russian Movie Gets Applause in Hollywood but Scorn at Home

Cuban youth build secret computer network despite Wi-Fi ban

Looking to Uplift, With Navajo ‘Rez Metal’

97-Year-Old Man’s Recent Death Declared a Homicide, 5 Decades After Stabbing

Comic book is Rep. John Lewis’ civil rights-era teaching tool

Racial generation gap looms large for states