Birmingham Sunlights Shine Light On Civil Rights Legacy
The Birmingham Sunlights are cultural ambassadors representing Birmingham, Alabama, the hometown they've stuck with through its highs and lows.
House GOP wastes no time launching investigations
With their new majority in hand, House Republicans have made it clear that government oversight will be a huge focus.By Jose Luis Magana / AP
Former US leaders asked to re-check for classified docs
The Archives sent a letter to representatives of former presidents and vice presidents to ensure compliance with the Presidential Records Act.By Gerald Herbert / AP
Why aren't keyboards in alphabetical order?
Here's how our society evolved into using the "qwerty" keyboard, straying from alphabetical organization used in the first typewriter in the 1860s.By Elise Amendola / AP
Exxon reports record profits on heels of Chevron
Critics say both inside and out of government those margins ought to renew interest in a windfall profits tax on big oil.By Matt Brown / AP
The US is facing a critical shortage of high tech engineers
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, between 2016 and 2026 there has been and will be a shortfall of six million engineers, or more.By Scripps News
Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivers last 747 jumbo jet
Since 1969, the 747 has served as a cargo plane, a commercial aircraft capable of carrying nearly 500, and the Air Force One presidential aircraft.By Jennifer Buchanan / The Seattle Times / AP