October 06, 2014 Archive October 2014

Celebrated astronaut Chris Hadfield: Curiosity is "the core of everything"

David Mitchell: "I think the right way to do a female character is not to overdo it"

The sex scandal that wrecked American politics

The 5 most bizarre porn films of the 1970s

When guys find out I'm a virgin

A look at cases before the Supreme Court

Poll: Americans worry _ can government protect us?

Potential jurors return to court in Arias retrial

10 Things to Know for Today

AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Asia

Welcome to Coca-Cola Town, USA: America's scary corporate naming problem

The John Oliver of Russia Today: "I'm making comedy out of the darkest issues in the world"

Paul Krugman has bad news: Voodoo economics is poised for a comeback

6 worst right-wing moments of the week — Bobby Jindal's embarrassing Stephen Colbert fight

America's huge iPhone lie: Why Apple is being accused of coddling child molesters

John Oliver is smarter than the State Department: Irony will not defeat ISIS

The stunning weirdness of Ayn Rand: Why her newfound popularity makes no sense

Protesters stage a breathtaking Ferguson protest at the St. Louis Symphony

“Immoral”: Obama ally blasts president’s unauthorized war in Iraq and Syria

AP NewsAlert

Musical trailer for "Better Call Saul" offers most details about "Breaking Bad" spin-off yet

Here's the 500-mile drive Texas women have to take to get an abortion

PBS correspondent slams Fox News' fear-based coverage of Ebola: "I get embarrassed for our brethren in journalism"

Here's proof that sex scenes in movies are incredibly awkward

Supreme Court declines to intervene on same-sex marriage, expands marriage equality to 5 more states

Paul Ryan's "dynamic" math sham: How the GOP will disguise budget-busting tax cuts as "tax reform"

"I'm flattered, but also worried about what this says about our culture": Meet the man behind "Drunk Hulk"

Joni Ernst's extremist history: Iowa's GOP Senate candidate supported prison for Obamacare officials

Report: Cuomo administration messed with study to make fracking look less dangerous

Breaking: John Crawford supporters occupying Beavercreek police station

Midterms Digest: A razor-thin contest for Senate control

It's official: "Twin Peaks" is coming back

The oceans are heating up a lot more quickly than we thought

Wonk war rages on: Princeton rival scorches Nate Silver

The "Blood Moon" returns! How to catch the next freakishly awesome lunar eclipse

Why the bathtub scene on last night's "Homeland" was so uniquely disturbing

GOP's outsourcing mess in Georgia: Could this juicy piece of oppo be David Perdue's undoing?

Over 90,000 pounds of ground beef recalled after horrifying discovery

Joe Scarborough's Ebola panic: He's just "asking questions" about how we're all going to get sick

Study: Rich give less to charity as low and middle income people give more

Rand Paul’s dopey science: How Ebola and climate change exposed a quack

America's Ebola blind spot: Why this country isn't equipped to save patients

Scientists are getting ready to test lab-grown penises on human subjects

A message to American media: Stop spreading Ebola fear and start being ashamed

Must-see morning clip: Latest amazing John Oliver segment tackles "legalized robbery by law enforcement"

Shocker: Poll shows Alison Grimes with edge over Mitch McConnell

Spanish nurse is first to contract Ebola outside Africa

GOP congressional candidate runs ad featuring footage of James Foley's execution

Nature sounds a lot like Kevin Spacey, and it wants us to know it will be just fine without us