Egyptian security officials say nine people, three Egyptians and six Israeli Arabs, have been referred to trial on charges they spied for Israel.
A military explosives team has detonated a suspected mine that a diver discovered partially buried in the sand in the ocean off New Jersey.
The Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) named Kim Christiansen to the post of Executive Director.
Two rulings from the Supreme Court are celebrated by supporters of gay marriage.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has been in the transit zone of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport since flying in from Hong Kong
The Supreme Court has thrown out the conviction of a Massachusetts financier convicted of extortion for sending threatening emails to a New York state official.
Another class action lawsuit has been filed against seed giant Monsanto over last month’s discovery of an isolated field of genetically engineered wheat in Oregon.
The family of a climber lost since Saturday on Oregon’s Mount Hood is holding out hope he’ll be found alive.
A judge has ruled that the demolition contractor charged in the deaths of six people buried when a building collapsed in Philadelphia must meet bail of $1.55 million.
City commissioners have approved a new program requiring 10 percent of all rental properties in Lawrence be inspected every year in an effort to improve living conditions.