Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News The wreath floats past a tugboat in the currents of the Savannah River Thursday during the National Maritime Day commemoration near the S.S. Savannah Monument on River Street.
Emergency officials gather for hurricane response drills at the new Volusia Emergency Operations Center on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
Over the past year, many news outlets have stumbled spectacularly as they raced to beat the competition in fast-breaking stories.
Wrestling News World.com has a nice interview up with Nigel McGuinness of Ring of Honor where he talks about his career as a whole, his time in TNA, the differences of ROH compared to both TNA and WWE and much more.
The Department of Agriculture reported recently that in four of America's largest cities-New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Denver-nearly one home out of 100 keeps chickens either for a fresh egg supply or as pets, giving rise to chicken services such as Backyard Poultry magazine, MyPetChicken.com and Julie Baker's Pampered Poultry store.
HERBALIFE CEO: 'We've Had Some Mistakes Along The Way, But That Doesn't Say We're A Corrupt Organization' Bloomberg News' Duane Stanford has a feature in the new issue of Bloomberg Businessweek where Herbalife CEO Michael Johnson refutes hedge fund manager Bill Ackman's claims that the company is a "pyramid scheme." For the piece, Bloomberg ... (more)
Attorney General Marty Jackley today announced the resolution of a multistate antitrust investigation against Penguin Group for price-fixing and collusion in the electronic book market.
Overnight News Digest, aka OND, is a community feature here at Daily Kos. Each editor selects news stories on a wide range of topics.
New Jersey Sen. Barbara Buono greets supporters on Feb. 2, 2013, as she officially kicks off her campaign for New Jersey governor with a rally in New Brunswick.
When I first heard about Dorrian Porter's plan to raise $123,000 to honor inventor Nikola Tesla by erecting a statue of him in Silicon Valley, I had one thought: That's kind of kooky.
On April 15, I was sitting in the Beacon Newsroom with coworkers when we first heard of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Amy Reisen Freundlich climbed behind the wheel of an all-electric car, took it for a test drive on the JFK Parkway, and proclaimed the experience to be "unbelievably cool." Freundlich, president of American Jewish Committee's Metro NJ region, took part in an unusual AJC gathering at the Tesla Motors showroom at the Mall at Short Hills on May 8, ... (more)
Bailey Wind has recently resumed her love of diving while still trying to recover from the horrific accident she was in last December.
ConsumerAffairs' founder and editor, Jim Hood formerly headed Associated Press Broadcast News, directing coverage of major news events worldwide.
News that the Chattahoochee Valley is getting a taste of Hollywood is among our most-read stories online today.
Fab is raising a monster round of venture capital at a valuation north of $1 billion.