1National News / Comunity3/8/2011 21:08Angry residents of CA city vote on council recall
Voters went to the polls Tuesday with a chance to elect a group of reformers in a blue-collar Southern California community that became the face of municipal corruption in the country .2National News / Comunity12/4/2010 08:07Immigrant students give blood to show citizenship
Illegal immigrants a pathway to citizenship by going to college or serving in the military3National News / Comunity12/2/2010 23:30Gallery vows ongoing protest against Smithsonian
A Washington art gallery pledged a round-the-clock protest Thursday against what it calls censorship by the Smithsonian Institution4National News / Comunity12/2/2010 23:28Conn. home invasion defendant: Death a 'relief'
A Connecticut man sentenced to death Thursday in the killings of a woman and her two daughters said his execution will be "a welcome relief"5National News / Comunity12/2/2010 23:24Mom asks Calif jury to free her from medical watch
A former hairdresser who claims postpartum psychosis caused her to run over her baby son in 1987 described on Thursday her descent into insanity to a jury that has the power to release her from court-ordered mental supervision6National News / Comunity9/1/2010 22:16'Eataly' temple to Italian cuisine opens in New York
From mozzarella made on the premises to a cooking school, bookstore and seven restaurants, the sprawling "Eataly" food emporium opened its doors here this week to spread its basic message: "eat healthy."7National News / Comunity8/30/2010 22:14MySpace gets in tune with Facebook
MySpace on Monday began letting users synchronize updates with Facebook, the social networking superstar that supplanted the firm that once ruled in that arena.8National News / Comunity8/29/2010 22:28Joy and tears greet US Army troops back from Iraq
Mothers cried and children squealed with delight as a company of US troops arrived back from Iraq on Saturday, after a year-long tour marked by desert heat and monotony.9National News / Comunity8/25/2010 23:02New York groups demonstrate in favor of mosque
A coalition that includes relatives of victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks staged a demonstration Wednesday in support of a plan to build a mosque near the attack site in lower Manhattan10National News / Comunity8/19/2010 22:00New skyscraper rises at Ground Zero, amid mosque flap
As controversy over a proposed mosque two blocks from Ground Zero gathers steam, the 104-story One World Trade Center is quietly emerging from the sprawling building site in lower Manhattan.