National deputy police chief Noor Rashid Ibrahim says the eight were detained in the past week in Kuala Lumpur as well as in northeastern Ke...
People of all ages crammed into the theater to hear Kirstin Powers talk about how free speech is being repressed on campuses nationwide.
A family has traveled thousands of miles from Venezuela to Houston, Texas, in hopes of a surgery that could save two little girls' lives.
A U.S. judge on Tuesday ruled that Warner/Chappell Music does not own a valid copyright to one of the world's most recognizable songs, "Happy Birthday to You," a decision that brings the song into the public domain. The highly-anticipated ruling comes in a putative class-action lawsuit filed by several artists against Warner/Chappell, the music publishing arm of Warner Music Group, over the song in 2013 seeking a return of the millions of dollars in fees the company has collected over the years. In order to make his ruling, U.S. District Judge George H. King had to delve into the song's long and complicated history, which began in 1893 with the publication of a melody called "Good Morning to All" in a kindergarten songbook, written by a Kentucky woman named Mildred Hill and her sister, Patty.
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina sheriff's deputy says he heard wailing in the darkness and plunged into an apartment complex's pond at night to rescue two young girls who, police say, had been thrown there to drown by their father.