West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller is starting to wonder if President Obama is a friend to the coal industry.
Poinsettias have become a hoiday staple, brightening homes at holidaytime with colors from cheery red to frosty white.
The annual indie film festival is proving a tough sell for moviemakers as the economy craters and distribution channels shrink.
The pace has only picked up after the election of Barack Obama, whose skin color has revealed a usually hidden strain of racism that remains present in the South.
South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, who admitted to an affair with an Argentine mistress and is facing possible impeachment hearings, has a new crisis: He apparently charmed his way out of a speeding ticket.
Officials in West Virginia, Vermont, Wyoming and Washington state have reported receiving between three and five laptops, each over the course of two separate deliveries — but none had ordered any of them.
Pat Conroy’s first novel in 14 years follows a group of young friends on into adult life.
The moon landing in 'real time,' a contemporary prom with old-time racial segregation, Afro-Cuban rhythms from Ricardo Lemvo, and more.
Readers write about diversity on the Supreme Court, sexting, and gambling.