Argentinian designer, art director, and artist Martin de Pasquale creates surreal images that will beguile your brain. On the 25th birthday of Photoshop, we talk to de Pasquale and take a look at some of his greatest creations. - Full Gallery
A manhunt is underway for the suspects in a brazen, but failed credit union heist. Officers say the offenders strapped a fake bomb to a credit union executive and demanded he empty his own vault. Vinita Nair reports from New Britain, Connecticut.
Washington Post By : William Booth and Daniela Deane
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed a controversial U.S. federal court decision that found the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian authority liable for backing six terror attacks committed more than a decade ago that left a number of American citizens dead or wounded.
Netanyahu’s office released a statement late Monday after the decision, saying Israel expected the wider international community “to continue to punish those who support terrorism just as the US federal court has done and to back the countries that are fighting terrorism.” - Referenced Article
After he was convicted for his role in a string of armed robberies, Quartavious Davis paid dearly: A federal judge in Florida sentenced him to almost 162 years in prison.
Davis was 18 and 19 when the crimes took place in 2010, and had no prior arrests.
The sentencing was the last time his mother, Darlene Bell, laid eyes on her son. The judge's punishment still stings her. "It was tough to hear as his mother. I felt betrayed by the system," she said. "I wanted to die. My son wanted to die." - Referenced Article
Coming to terms with the shocking realization that a sadistic Nazi was your grandfather would be hard for anyone — but it's even more so when you're a black, Hebrew-speaking German.
That's the reality captured in Jennifer Teege's memoir, "My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me: A Black Woman Discovers Her Family's Nazi Past," after learning that Plaszów concentration camp commander Amon Goeth was her blood. - Referenced Article
A new report has tallied almost 4,000 lynchings of black people in the South during the Jim Crow era, about 700 more than were part of previous tallies of Southern lynchings.
The report by the Equal Justice Initiative, a nonprofit that provides legal counsel to the poor, calculates that there were 3,959 lynchings in the South from the end of the Reconstruction era in 1877 to 1950. - Referenced Article
Members of Parliament voted Tuesday to allow the creation of human embryos from the DNA of three people to try to eradicate a type of genetic disease that has caused the deaths of thousands of babies.
If the measure also passes Britain's upper chamber, the House of Lords, England would become the first country to legalize the procedure.
"This is world-leading science within a highly respected regulatory regime and for the many families affected, this is light at the end of a very dark tunnel," said Health Minister Jane Ellison. - Referenced Article
A story about a Detroit man who commutes about 21 miles a day on foot to and from work has spurred reaction from across the nation, including social media fundraisers that have netted more than $35,000.
Because buses don't cover the full distance between James Robertson's home in Detroit and his job in Rochester Hills, he walks a little more than seven miles headed to work and about 13 miles home, five days a week. - Reference Article