News Corp. head Rupert Murdoch and Associated Press owner Tom Curley fired another salvo in the war between old and new media Friday. Murdoch decried 'content kleptomaniacs,' and said websites will soon have to pay for news content.
A coalition of community, faith-based and environmental groups is trying to draw quality supermarkets to neighborhoods in East and South Central L.A., where residents have little access to fresh fruit and vegetables.
President Obama plays basketball with members of congress and cabinet secretaries Thursday. He likes to push himself so hard that he once destroyed a sneaker in a pickup game.
US Attorney General Eric Holder said any effort to stem the sort of violence that killed Derrion Albert must be based on 'the latest research.' Two Chicago programs are models for that approach.
The Monitor's language columnist wonders whether we would ever get along without helpful words like 'albeit.'
Derrion Albert's death focuses federal aid, attention on scourge of youth violence, which has felled Chicago's students for years.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has applied for more than half the $8 billion allotted for high-speed rail. State officials say California's plan is the most shovel-ready.
Barack Obama's election victory and global popularity have made the United States the world's most admired national "brand," a new survey finds.
As several states begin receiving the swine flu vaccine, here is a Q-and-A on what parents can expect to happen at schools.
Affordable housing purchased by social investors allows low-income earners to find community-oriented housing from Marin County, Calif., to New York City.