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In a striking break with English tradition, the first black leader of the U.S. Episcopal Church delivered a passionate sermon at the royal wedding on Saturday, where he referenced Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s beliefs on the "redemptive power of love.” To some, the speech was as significant as the matrimony itself. Alison Stewart talked to Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry about converging cultures.

Three years after a Saudi-led coalition began to bomb Yemen, the country is hanging on by a thread, workers for international aid organizations say.

FREMONT — An eastern Nebraska high school will soon welcome a new coffee shop on campus, created and run by students.

The Alaska Oil and Gas Production Tax has been changed multiple times particularly over the last 12 years. And each change in the statutes brings additional changes—and complications—to the regulations that the Alaska Department of Revenue (DOR) issues to implement the tax.

One mouse in your house can mean lots more in hiding. You can DIY or choose a rodent exterminator, but you'll still need to take some steps for prep.

As temperatures rise, so do the cons. Scam artists often turn up the heat on unsuspecting marks, like homeowners, the elderly, and even high-schoolers, during the summer. So it's important to know the kind of rip-offs that are going on...

Betsy Davis threw herself a party before becoming one of the first people to use a California law allowing her to take her own life in 2016.

Alaska’s oil and gas production tax has been subject to continuing debate and change as lawmakers and policymakers struggle with balancing budgets in times

How did Cape Town - on the verge of being the first city to run out of water - come back from the brink?

The company has obtained a permit to increase production in rural Michigan, despite accusations that its pumping has negatively affected local water resources, wildlife

The California Court of Appeal recently handed a victory to winemakers, ruling that a specific Prop. warning is not required regarding the presence of inorganic arsenic.

After a nearly decade-long process, California has become the first state to require every new home to be built with solar power. This requirement, which goes into effect in 2020, was unanimously approved by the California Energy Commission.In a few minutes, we’ll hear from an academic with some concerns about that development.For concerns and perspectives on the development, The Show talked to Morten Lund, a partner with the law firm Stoel Rives who practices in the energy development group.

Young entrepreneur Annsley Logsdon, a junior at McLean County High School, thought that Livermore was missing something, and she had the perfect idea to perk up the town. Since September

Make your own — or just buy some — and reap the benefits to veggie beds, trees and even lawns.