A state report claims that a foreign cyberattack disabled a water pump at an Illinois water utility, say experts who have seen the report. After discovery of the Stuxnet cyberweapon a year ago, many experts predicted that cyberattacks on US infrastructure were imminent.
Wisconsin will hold its final two recall elections Tuesday amid signs that the bellwether state might be swinging back left after jumping on the tea party bandwagon in 2010.
A midway ride on the final day of the Delaware State Fair in Harrington, Del., on July 30.
A cross-country search for the grand old trees that once provided shade and shelter for America’s greatest authors.
Mariel West pins a boutonniere on the jacket of her boyfriend, John Felczak, as they prepare for the senior prom at Notre Dame High School in Hamtramck, Michigan, in 2005.
Did the Great Emancipator always want to end slavery? Or did his thinking evolve on the job?
High-profile deaths – the latest being the mayor of Springfield, Ill., and the Florida school board shooter – have common backdrops of economic duress. Workplace suicides, too, rose during Great Recession.
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Jerry Quick has been visiting Juárez, Mexico, for a decade, building houses and setting up job training programs.