In the wake of Monday's deadly tornado in Oklahoma City, the media was widely praised for providing timely, accurate information to residents to help them stay safe during the storm. In many cases, the media was represented by the local TV meteorologist, who is on the front line of warning viewers of impending severe weather.
Rescue efforts continued Tuesday to uncover survivors from the tornado that came through Moore, OK. It has been preliminarily declared a category F4, that is Fujita Scale 4. The system of rating was developed by Ted Fujita, a scientist from Japan.
Search and rescuers were combing through the rubble of Moore, Okla., after a devastating tornado "tore the heart out" of the suburban Oklahoma city. At least 24 people were reported dead, with that toll expected to continue to rise as the rescue turns into a recovery.
Some 11 million people have come to the United States, or stayed here, illegally, according to researchers, the number may actually under-represent the number of people who are affected. In many cases, U.S. citizen children are also disadvantaged by their undocumented parents.
11 million. It's the estimated number of immigrants living in the US illegally. But how did we even get to that figure? From the public radio collaboration Fronteras Desk, reporter Adrian Florido finds out.
The National Rifle Association's ad agency has been helping craft the NRA's image since the early 1980s. Though their approach has been controversial over the years, some critics say the NRA won't be changing its approach any time soon.
Denver Nicks, reporter for The Daily Beast, tried to find those answers. Nicks talked to Bradley Manning's friends, studied his Facebook page, and scoured his online chats. What he found was a man who felt strongly that he was doing the right thing.