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Polish Official Says Secret Nazi Treasure Train May Have Been Found
Deputy Culture Minister Piotr Zuchowski says images from ground-penetrating radar have him "99 percent convinced" of the location of the hidden train, which may containing gold, gems and other loot.
Virginia Governor: 'Clearly Too Many Guns In the Wrong Hands'
Gov. Terry McAuliffe promised to introduce gun-control legislation. McAuliffe spoke two days after a gunman killed two journalists during a live broadcast.
When He Says Yoga Saved His Life, He's Not Exaggerating
A boy loses his father. A family loses its livelihood. The boy runs drugs and picks pockets so his siblings can eat. He is convinced he will die. And then ... he takes a yoga class.
Is Donald Trump Nice Enough?
The GOP frontrunner is happy to pile on criticisms and jabs at his fellow rivals, but he gets testy if you criticize him.
Freezing Eggs May Reduce A Woman's Odds Of Success With IVF
Women who used frozen donor eggs instead of fresh for IVF had lower odds of having a baby, a study finds. But doctors say frozen eggs remain a good option for many women.
U.S. Appeals Court Overturns Decision That NSA Metadata Collection Was Illegal
The three-judge panel threw out a lower court ruling that found the practice unconstitutional. Congress has passed a law that will change the collection process in a few months.
George W. Bush: I Will Never Forget 'Misery And Ruin' Of Katrina
A decade after the storm that damaged his presidency, Bush visited one of the schools that was nearly wiped out.
It's A Boy! National Zoo Reveals Surviving Panda Cub's Gender
Genetic testing also showed that he was sired by Tian Tian, the zoo announced.
Holding On Tight To Old New York
Using contemporary technology, the "Culture in Transit" project documents and shares photos and memorabilia that might otherwise be lost forever.
CEO Of Cheating Website Ashley Madison, Noel Biderman, Has Stepped Down
The parent company, Avid Life Media, has been reeling since hackers released information on 33 million of its customers. The company did not immediately appoint a new CEO.
Usain Bolt Jokes That American Justin Gaitlin Paid Cameraman To Take Him Down
Bolt was accidentally knocked down by a cameraman on a Segway. Bolt took the accident in stride, saying he suffered a few cuts but nothing serious.
CHARTS: The (Literal) Shapes of Presidential Candidates' Donations
From grassrootsy Bernie Sanders to millionaire-fueled Jeb Bush, FEC data can tell you a lot about how a campaign is running.
How The 2016 Candidates Are Getting Their Money, In 1 Infographic
Some candidates are more dependent on their superPACs and millionaires, while others are turning most to small donors. See where the candidates line up based on their donations.
Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually
While the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says most women should get screening mammograms every two years, an NPR-Truven Health Analytics poll finds women think they should go every year.
Television 2015: Some Writing About Writing About TV
Songs We Love: Percussions, 'Digital Arpeggios'
Roundup: Some Of The Best Thoughts On Jeb Bush's Asian 'Anchor Babies' Remark
Personal Trainer Regulations Have Gyms Sweating
Rebecca Roubion On Song Travels
DJ Session: The Music Of New Orleans, 10 Years After Katrina
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Jazz Vocalist Issues A Convincing Calling Card With 'Nothing But Soul'
From 'Batman' To 'Birdman,' Michael Keaton Knows Suits And Superheroes
Hiromi On Piano Jazz
A Recovering Addict's Story In Her Own Words
President Obama Speaks in Birmingham
Capitol Journal Update: Supreme Court Decision Causes Concern
Heroin in Alabama: Handling Heroin In The Courts
ArcLight Stories: Birmingham's own true stories
Heroin in Alabama: Naloxone Access Bill
John Archibald: UAB's Football Decision May Have Been Made Earlier
Heroin in Alabama: How Law Enforcement Is Fighting The Heroin Problem
Kyle Whitmire: Obama To Speak On Payday Lending
Interview: Wye Oak
Heroin in Alabama: Preventing Addiction In Schools
Heroin in Alabama: Fighting Heroin Abuse and Overdose Deaths
The City Of Saint Jude
Governor Bentley Signs Charter School Bill Into Law
INTERVIEW: US Secretary Of Education Arne Duncan
John Archibald: An Impasse Over UAB Football
Birmingham Chosen For Pilot Program To Strengthen Relationship Between Community and Law Enforcement
Kyle Whitmire: Diluting The Birmingham Water Works Board
Issues and Ales: Heroin in Alabama
Magic City Marketplace: A Snapshot of the Convention and Event Businesss
Capitol Journal Update: Same-Sex Marriage, Charter Schools and the Electric Chair
John Archibald: Leaving the Birmingham Schools Behind
Nick Patterson: Alabama Middle School Students Visit Selma
Kyle Whitmire: Selma Boos Bentley and Remembering Gene Edelman
INTERVIEW: Recovering Heroin Addict Brad Blount On A Dark Time, And How He Escaped It
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