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Aretha Franklin Blocks Premiere Of Concert Film 'Amazing Grace'
A documentary about Franklin's famous 1972 live album Amazing Grace has suffered years of delays due to technical and legal challenges.
Deputy Goforth Is Mourned And Buried In Houston
Lt. Roland De Los Santos said that Ryan Goforth, 5, and his father had bought matching Captain America T-shirts — and that while Ryan has his on today, "underneath his uniform, so does Darren."
An Image Of A Child Can Change The Way We See The World
The photograph of the 3-year-old Syrian refugee who died is part of a long tradition: an iconic picture that shows a child at the mercy of tragedy.
Open Your Eyes To The Infinite Possibility Of The Tomato
How do you transform 100 pounds of 60 varieties of tomatoes into a seven-course meal? It may sound like a math problem, but it's more a creative journey into the infinite possibility of the tomato.
Lives Displaced By Central Park Take Center Stage In New Play
The land that became New York City's Central Park was once home to Manhattan's first-known community of African-American property owners. A new play explores how eminent domain forced them out.
Attorneys For Kim Davis: Marriage Licenses Issued Friday Are 'Void'
After spending the night in jail, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis tells her lawyers, "All is well," adding that she slept well. She also says she is prepared to stay in jail.
French Investigators Confirm Wing Fragment Came From Flight MH370
French authorities say they know "with certitude" that a piece of debris found in July is from the Malaysia Airlines plane. The reason why the Boeing 777 disappeared remains a mystery.
Drone Crash At U.S. Open; New York City Teacher Arrested
The black, shoebox-sized drone flew over the court at Louis Armstrong Stadium during a second-round match and then crashed into empty seats and broke apart.
Obama Posts Comment On 'Humans Of New York' Photo Of Iranian Father And Son
A Facebook post on the popular photo blog caught the eye of the president, who called it "inspirational."
Biden's Latest Signal He Won't Run For President
The vice president's allies may be talking up a presidential bid, but recently Biden has made clear he's still very much reeling from the death of his son and isn't emotionally ready yet.
Presidential Candidates Take Sides On Support For Kentucky Clerk
Kim Davis is in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses after same-sex marriage became legal. Some candidates say she should uphold the law, while others are standing with her.
Why Are We Drawn To Heirloom Fruits And Veggies? They're 'Edible Memory'
Heirloom foods have grown in popularity, making their way into gardens, farms, farmers markets and restaurants. A sociologist says they offer a powerful emotional and physical connection to the past.
Father Of Drowned Syrian 3-Year-Old: 'We Are Human Beings, Just Like Westerners'
Abdullah Kurdi, whose 3-year-old son's lifeless body was photographed facedown on a Turkish beach, says: "I hope the world will learn something from it."
When Pets Do Pot: A High That's Not So Mighty
The rise of legal marijuana seems to be fueling a spike in the number of pets that become unhappily high off of pilfered treats. The dose is rarely fatal, but it can be a buzzkill.
Kentucky Clerk's Office Issues Same-Sex Marriage License
A deputy clerk issued the license, while the elected county clerk spent the morning in jail. A gay couple who had tried five times before finally got their marriage license.