Rap star “Fat Joe” faces sentencing after admitting he failed to file federal income taxes.
U.S. House investigators say Social Security is approving state-rejected claims for disability benefits at strikingly high rates for people who might not deserve them.
Members of Greece’s minority Socialist party have been handed key posts in a cabinet reshuffle following a political crisis over the decision by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to shut state broadcaster ERT.
Planned Parenthood is seeking a federal court order to block Kansas from enforcing parts of a new, sweeping anti-abortion law.
The trial for a former Fort Riley soldier charged with killing a Kansas National Guard member on New Year’s Day in 2012 has been delayed for at least one day.
A U.S. senator has written the Russian ambassador urging Moscow to turn over former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
A former middle school counselor in Salina has pleaded not guilty to having sex with a boy younger than 14.
George Zimmerman’s defense attorneys said in opening statements that the neighborhood watch volunteer fatally shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense.
Outgoing Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger admits she no longer fits into the state Republican party she has served for most of her life.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says congressional leaders he briefed in 2004 on a surveillance program recently disclosed