Tornado recovery center running more smoothly Operations proceeded more smoothly at the Tornado Recovery Center in north Minneapolis today. About 2,500 storm victims showed up on the first two days of operations Wednesday and Thursday. By today, incident commanders and residents agreed they had worked out many of the kinks.5:20 p.m.
Art In 'America' Records The National Experience
"America: Now and Here" is a traveling, multidisciplinary art show that attempts to chronicle what it's like to live in America today. The project's national tour, which kicked off May 6, shows work from local as well as nationally recognized artists.
Scandals Plague Controversial Arizona Sheriff
This week, the self-professed "toughest sheriff in America" announced that three of his Maricopa County employees were arrested for allegedly helping a Mexican drug cartel smuggle people and drugs. But the list of Joe Arpaio's problems doesn't stop there.
Et Tu, Austin? Locals Start To Doubt Lance Armstrong
New allegations emerged late last week that cycling superstar Lance Armstrong used illegal performance-enhancing drugs. In Armstrong's hometown of Austin, Texas, the newest accusations are beginning to tear at his reputation as the world's most famous cyclist.
Karsh Kale: Up In The Air
The Indian-American composer discusses writing for film, and explains how traveling alone from New York to India and back helped inspire his newest album.
Obama Wraps Up G8 Summit, Heads To Poland
At the G8 summit in France Friday, President Obama vowed to "finish the job" of ousting Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. He got some unexpected encouragement from Russia. That country now agrees that Gadhafi must step down. G8 leaders also discussed the broader changes taking place in the Middle East.
Obama Wields His ... Autopen?
The long-distance signature machine has its critics, but it had a great admirer in Thomas Jefferson and was found to produce a valid presidential signature during the George W. Bush administration. Now, it has signed an extension of the USA Patriot Act into law.
Creator Of Psychopathy Test Worries About Its Use
Psychologist Robert Hare created a test that measures whether someone is a psychopath. The test is used extensively in our criminal justice system to help decide whether inmates should get parole — and even to determine whether or not someone should be put to death. But Hare is now worried that his test isn't being properly used.