Culture

Featured Articles
Recent Articles
  • AP PHOTOS: NKorea opens summer camp for kids

    By ERIC TALMADGE - Associated Press

    Summer camp in North Korea? It's got one - and it's got everything from giant water slides and a private beach to video games and volleyball courts. Oh, and, of course, a big bronze statue of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il surrounded by adoring children. Published July 29, 2014

  • Avoiding plane crashes as air traffic doubles

    By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ - Associated Press

    More travelers are flying than ever before, creating a daunting challenge for airlines: keep passengers safe in an ever more crowded airspace. Published July 29, 2014

  • Texas regents meet to pick chancellor finalist

    By JIM VERTUNO - Associated Press

    University of Texas System regents were scheduled to meet Tuesday night to possibly name a finalist in their search for a new chancellor to oversee the 15-campus system. Published July 29, 2014

  • National Archives to help open DC Fashion Week

    By Associated Press

    The dusty National Archives has a certain style that's drawing interest from Washington's fashion crowd. Published July 29, 2014

  • 2-day lobster harvest at Biscayne National Park

    By Associated Press

    The two-day lobster mini-season for recreational fishermen will continue at Biscayne National Park this year, but that may change in the future. Published July 29, 2014

  • Despite good news, benefit programs face problems

    By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER and RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR - Associated Press

    Despite some good news, Medicare and Social Security still face long-term financial problems as millions of baby boomers reach retirement. Social Security's disability program is already in crisis as it edges toward the brink of insolvency. Published July 29, 2014

  • 5 things to know for Tuesday in Pennsylvania

    By The Associated Press - Associated Press

    A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday: Published July 29, 2014

  • National Medal of Arts awarded to Houston favorite

    By Associated Press

    James Turrell, whose art works have become a familiar part of Houston's visual arts scene, has received the 2013 National Medal of Arts. Published July 29, 2014

  • Key dates in fight over Los Angeles Clippers sale

    By The Associated Press - Associated Press

    Here is a timeline of developments in the move to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Published July 29, 2014

  • Tatum Says Filming 'Foxcatcher' Was 'tortuous'

    By Associated Press

    Published July 29, 2014

  • Giant ketchup bottle draws tourists in Illinois

    By Associated Press

    For tourist Bruce Pasarow of Buena Park, California, leaving Illinois before seeing what's billed as the "World's Largest Bottle of Catsup" was not an option. Published July 29, 2014

  • Scenes for "Girls" to be shot as SUNY New Paltz

    By Associated Press

    Some scenes for the HBO series "Girls" will be shot at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Published July 29, 2014

  • Ex-governor's corruption trial focuses on marriage

    By LARRY O'DELL and ALAN SUDERMAN - Associated Press

    The corruption trial for ex-Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife plunged Tuesday into the sordid details of the couple's marriage and the former first's lady's "crush" on a businessman accused of lavishing them with gifts and cash in exchange for promoting his company. Published July 29, 2014

  • New Yorkers lag as potential organ donors

    By MICHAEL VIRTANEN - Associated Press

    Far fewer New Yorkers have signed up as organ donors than Americans as a whole, prompting the state to seek help boosting enrollment and shortening its list of patients who die waiting. Published July 29, 2014

TWT Video Picks
Happening Now
Question of the Day

Should Congress make English the official language of the U.S.?

View results