The danger of Islamic radicalization inside U.S. prisons "remains real and present," said Rep. Peter King of New York, the Republican chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee. But during a Wednesday hearing on the subject, others said there are only a few cases in which prison radicalization has been linked to terrorism.
Police are examining what appears to be a human skull found on the outskirts of a bird sanctuary in Long Island, New York, potentially the ninth set of remains discovered in the probe of a suspected serial killer.
Police found what appears to be a human skull Monday on the outskirts of a bird sanctuary in Long Island, New York, a county police officer said, potentially the ninth set of remains discovered in the probe of a suspected serial killer.
Investigators are trying to determine what set off a Long Island man who was killed in a standoff with police after he crashed his pickup truck into a utility pole and then fired on responding paramedics.
As many of you already know -- because Tweets travel faster than airplanes -- Kevin Smith, the portly film director of the movie "Clerks" and the upcoming film "Cop Out," was "politely" asked to disembark from his Southwest flight from Oakland to Burbank because he was too large to fit in the seat.
When film director Kevin Smith was recently kicked off a flight because of his size, he focused his anger on Southwest, but the incident put the spotlight on all airlines and their heavy passenger policies.
Kevin Smith's most famous role is a guy who rarely speaks. But he's got a lot to say -- much of it profane -- after being kicked off a Southwest Air flight because he didn't fit comfortably into the seat.
J.D. Hayworth: The Scottsdale, Arizona, radio host and commentator and former congressman is scheduled to announce today that he will challenge 24-year incumbent Sen. John McCain in the Republican primary in August. McCain is running for a fifth Senate term.
They have come to glimpse the miracle. They have come to witness the revolution. They have come for "Watchmen" -- the allegedly unfilmable superhero movie, the long-awaited adaptation of the comic book that changed the face of comic books forever.
The site has been secured, the tents pitched, banners raised and, most importantly, compost loos installed; there is little to do now but wait for thousands of campers to arrive for one of Britain's biggest environmental protests this year.
He led Republicans into government shutdowns in the 1990s, and now, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich indicates his party is seriously considering another shutdown threat to force a vote on offshore oil drilling in September.
Buyer's remorse fills the New York International Auto Show at Manhattan's Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center this week. Owners of gas-hungry Sport Utility Vehicles, like Mildred Jimenez, an elementary school teacher from The Bronx, are eyeing hybrids, marveling at their mileage performance data.
NFL draft prospect Kevin Smith, who led the nation in rushing and scoring last season at Central Florida, uses his eyesight to see the cuts and moves he needs to make on the field. But he also has the vision to see greatness where others can only find only mediocrity.
"Catch and Release" tells of Gray Wheeler (Jennifer Garner), a young woman whose fiance dies right before their marriage. In fact, the neat, unspecified demise-by-manly-accident, with its luxurious romantic pathos, is announced in Gray's voice-over in the first scene, a wedding that turns into a funeral.
If you're a fan of "Clerks," the convenience-store slacker comedy made for $27,000 that, in 1994, established Kevin Smith as the who-needs-a-budget- when- you've-got-attitude? auteur of his generation, then you'll probably want to see "Clerks II."
You could assume director Kevin Smith has never grown up. His movies reflect a world full of comic book heroes, pot addicts and cyber belligerence, all of which provide fodder for his stick-it-to-the-Man style of filmmaking.