US News & World Report issues its annual rankings of America's colleges and universities Tuesday. But the 30-year-old ranking faces not only criticism but increased competition, from everyone from Money and Forbes to the White House.
President Obama delivers a major address Wednesday on the growing threat of Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. He needs to sell his plan to the American people and Congress – but others will be watching too.
Commissioner William Bratton described on Monday new annual training for officers. Police relations with the city’s minority communities have been especially strained since an apparent chokehold death in July.
The Baltimore Ravens running back, already suspended for the team's first two games, was cut and then suspended indefinitely by the league after a tabloid TV site posted a video that allegedly showed Rice punching his then-fiancé.
With an eye to midterm elections, look for Congress to wrap up spending bills in a stopgap measure, clash over reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank, punt on immigration reform, and stage votes to distress the other side.
NBC’s new ‘Meet the Press’ host Chuck Todd has a big job ahead of him: Raising the struggling Sunday TV show’s third-place ratings to Tim Russert levels while attracting younger viewers through social media.
Co-owner of the Hawks, Bruce Levenson has decided to sell his stake in the Atlanta Hawks after facing criticism from fans and the NBA for a 2012 email that black fans made 'southern whites' uncomfortable.
Based on what’s known so far, it’s likely that Laurence and Jane Glazer’s aircraft flew along for hours, then ran out of fuel and crashed because of a loss of cabin pressure and hypoxia, affecting coordination and judgment and leading to incapacitation.