After a year and a half of recession, Europe’s battered economy could finally be showing signs of life.
Deep in the mountains of northern Idaho, miles from the nearest town, lays evidence of a little-known portion of a shameful chapter of American history.
Federal authorities in Vermont say an immigrant faces charges of lying to immigration authorities by denying involvement in war crimes during the conflict in Bosnia two decades ago.
Federal regulators are worried a security manager’s firing at a large New Jersey nuclear plant could deter employees and contractors from questioning safety.
A Rhode Island man who was at the center of a capital punishment battle between the state and federal governments has agreed to plead guilty
The birth father of a girl of Cherokee heritage is asking the Supreme Court to stop a state-court ordered handover of his daughter to adoptive parents.
The House Ethics Committee is extending an investigation into possible ethics violations by Democrat Tim Bishop of New York.
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings has upheld the constitutionality of one of the laws used to charge James Holmes with murder.
On June 24, 2013, Topeka Police Officers responded to the CD Tradepost at 1717 SE 29th after employees called to report a robbery.
The House Ethics Committee is launching a full-tilt investigation of Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota.
A strike might be in store for Goodyear Union Workers.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — At first glance, the National Weather Service climate report for Augusta was alarming:
It had rained frogs in the east Georgia city.
The sophisticated device that measures rainfall at Augusta Regional Airport recorded .04
An Irish pub not far from Rocky Mountain National Park got an unusually burly visitor last week.
The father of National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden is castigating lawmakers who voted this week to spare a government surveillance program his son exposed.
An FBI agent has described the 2011 capture of reputed Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger (BUHL’-jur) and his longtime girlfriend in Santa Monica, Calif.
The White House says President Barack Obama is not expected to name a new chairman of the Federal Reserve until the fall
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn will have to defend himself in a French court on charges of aggravated pimping.