A newspaper editor calling for return of Ku Klux Klan's infamous night rides

An editorial written in support of the Ku Klux Klan. That's something you might expect to see in 1919.

New sky survey reveals hundreds of thousands of galaxies

The radio signals of almost 300,000 sources have finally reached Earth, and most of them are previously unknown galaxies from the distant universe.

Payless bankruptcy costs 16,000 their jobs

Payless ShoeSource is heading back into bankruptcy. This time it will close its doors.

Trump to sign Space Force directive

President Donald Trump is expected to sign a new policy directive Tuesday laying out his administration's long-awaited plans for establishing a Space Force.

The Illinois gunman lied about his criminal history on his gun owner application

The gunman who killed five people in an Illinois manufacturing plant pleaded guilty in 1995 to aggravated assault in Mississippi, a felony that should have prevented him from getting a gun.

3 key questions about the Catholic Church's summit on clergy abuse of children

For the first time in Catholic history, nearly 200 church leaders from around the world will gather at the Vatican starting Thursday to confront the scourge of clergy who sexually abuse children.

Researchers hope experimental 2½-minute sepsis test could save lives

UK researchers have developed a test they say might quickly identify sepsis, a potentially fatal complication from an infection.

Will Smith 'vandalizes' DVDs at library

Will Smith stopped at a public library to sign DVD copies of his films while shooting scenes for "Bad Boys for Life" near Atlanta.

The stock buyback backlash may be misplaced

Stock buybacks have come under fire lately, with politicians on both sides of the aisle arguing that the only people who benefit when big companies repurchase their own shares are already wealthy CEOs and other executives.


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