WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s top intelligence official said Thursday that he’ll now release figures every year on how many new top secret court orders and national security letters are issued and how many people are targeted because
DALLAS (AP) — The mother of twins successfully separated after being born joined at the chest says she’s looking forward to holding the babies she once thought had no chance of survival.
“I’m just so happy that they’re
NEW YORK (AP) — The 89-year-old son convicted of stealing millions of dollars from philanthropist Brooke Astor recently said he has regrets about what happened, a parole hearing document released Thursday shows.
And when Anthony Marshall was asked
DENVER (AP) — Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting case said Thursday they want the mental health records of defendant James Holmes from the state hospital and from a university where Holmes was a graduate student.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former Jet Propulsion Laboratory director Bruce C. Murray, who battled Washington and NASA over money, projects and policy, has died. He was 81.
Murray died at his home in Oceanside at 4:57 a.m. Thursday
NEW YORK (AP) — Two kittens that briefly shut down New York City subway service have been found and rescued from the tracks.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokeswoman Julie Glave says the kittens were discovered Thursday evening under the
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal appeals court sided with California on Thursday and upheld the first law in the nation banning a psychological treatment that seeks to turn gay youth straight.
In a resounding, unanimous opinion, a
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A panel of teachers, principals and superintendents will be tasked with rewriting Indiana’s school grading system in the wake of a grade-changing scandal that benefited a Republican donor’s school, state leaders announced Thursday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Support for Eliot Spitzer’s return to politics has plunged less than two weeks before the city comptroller primary, a poll showed Thursday, putting the scandal-tarnished former governor in a tie with Democratic rival Scott
BISBEE, Ariz. (AP) — A 60-year-old National Park Service employee remains hospitalized in critical condition after an apparent assault in southeastern Arizona.
Park Service officials identified the employee Thursday as Karen Gonzales.
They say she’s is a uniformed