Rolling Stone argues that punishing the magazine for trying to warn the public with the editor’s note could prompt other outlets to stay silent when there are errors in an article in the future.
Jeffrey Sterling was convicted of providing classified details of an operation to thwart Iran’s nuclear program and sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison.
The internet company believes that beginning next year, it will have amassed enough renewable energy to meet all of its electricity needs throughout the world.
The $80 million structure will allow cadets to train in any weather.
Pollutants have reached unhealthy levels — meaning people may feel ill even if they don’t have respiratory ailments — across much of Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee as well as portions of Alabama, North Carolina, Kentucky and Virginia.
Demonstrators have condemned Trump’s behavior toward women and his stand on immigration and civil liberties.
The Virginia Senator will run for re-election in 2018 and plans to act as a key check on President-elect Donald Trump.
Merchants in downtown Lexington look to boost sales and compete with online giant Amazon by advertising the quaint town atmosphere and offering special deals for Black Friday.
The new policy prohibits shorts for anyone over the age of 10 and bans any clothing containing obscene language or references to controlled substances.
Buena Vista’s Sycamore and Beech avenues are getting a makeover, but some business owners aren’t too happy about the construction.