Raymond Jessop's trial is the first criminal case to proceed after the FLDS was accused of child abuse at a Texas ranch last year. Jury selection began Monday.
Plants and grass actually do better with rainwater instead of tap water.
The annual indie film festival is proving a tough sell for moviemakers as the economy craters and distribution channels shrink.
Summer is here and many people from around the world will be visiting America's national parks. The National Park Service expects over 270,000,000 guests at parks every year. Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular – every year at least 2 million tourists enjoy the park's wildlife and unique geothermal features. Yellowstone was the first American national park and is renowned for its bears, wolves, bison, geysers, and hot springs.
Meanwhile, Congress is now likely to add sexual orientation to federal hate crimes law, and President Obama will address a major gay-rights organization Saturday night.
Senate Republicans are trying to count the cost of the healthcare bill’s fees and mandates on taxpayers, businesses, and states.
As a life-long photo editor, John Morris shepherded some of the 20th century's most iconic images and most well-regarded photographers.
The Olympics cost billions and often leave venues deep in debt. But they inspire civic pride.