Whether it’s a genocidal dictator or a gunman behind a mass shooting, debate often flares over where the notorious should be laid to rest. Concerns about gravesite vandalism, possible backlash from the public and some sites becoming shrines
BOSTON (AP) — A friend of the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was released from federal custody Monday amid a swell of support from family and friends as a Massachusetts funeral director tried to find a
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — In less than a year, many of the diesel-powered cargo ships docking at California ports won’t just tie up — they’ll also plug in.
The Port of Long Beach, the second-busiest in the
NEW YORK (AP) — Congress is considering legislation that would give states the ability to require out-of-state retailers to collect sales taxes. If the measure passes, consumers would lose a loophole that has resulted in years of tax-free
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — An Air Force officer who led the branch’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response unit has been charged with groping a woman in a parking lot.
Arlington County Police said Monday that they charged Lt.
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (AP) — A close ally of a charismatic but divisive politician killed by two assailants in Curacao says he believes the lawmaker was slain in a politically motivated attack.
Donald Valentina is the president of the
POINT PLEASANT BEACH, N.J. (AP) — The mayor of a storm-wrecked New Jersey shore town says England’s Prince Harry will visit next week before heading to a news conference elsewhere in the state.
Mantoloking (mahn-toh-LOH’-king) Mayor George Nebel
WASHINGTON (AP) — Goodbye, No. 2 pencils. Hello, iPads.
Starting as early as spring 2015, the ACT college admissions exam will go digital, reflecting students’ tech savvy and the demand for quicker results. The tests will still have
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The California agency investigating the deadly 2010 gas pipeline explosion in a San Francisco Bay Area neighborhood recommended Monday that Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pay a $2.25 billion fine for its negligence leading
MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man faces larceny, money laundering and other charges stemming from the alleged theft of six art works including a Pablo Picasso etching from a suburban New York City estate.
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