A little over a year after he declared he would leave politics for good, France’s Nicolas Sarkozy is back in the spotlight.
The Church of England’s governing body has voted to restart the process of allowing women bishops following a widespread backlash over the failure of such legislation last year.
This week, the panelists on Fox News Channel’s unexpected ensemble hit, “The Five,” mark two years on the air — or 22 months longer than planned.
Journalists for the pan-Arab broadcaster Al-Jazeera have been kicked out of a news conference being held by Egypt’s military on the killing of at least 54 people
Police in the northern Brazilian state of Maranhao are searching for two men suspected of taking part in the slaying and beheading of an amateur soccer referee who stabbed a player to death during a match.
Syria is rejecting the idea of a cease-fire with the rebel opposition during the holy month of Ramadan
BP PLC is suffering financial harm because of the way a court-appointed administrator is making payments from a settlement of claims from the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
The Senate’s immigration bill would remake America’s economy from top to bottom and add more immigrant workers in all sectors of society, according to recent analyses.
Twitter is now a bit more royal.
At approximately 7:05 this morning a traffic accident involving two pick-up trucks was reported in the northbound lanes near the intersection of University Blvd. and S. Topeka Blvd.
A 33-year-old man has been sentenced to more than 22 years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender in Shawnee County.
Some major public colleges in Missouri and Kansas say a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action won’t affect their efforts to recruit minority students because race already is not a factor in admission standards.
The Community Resources Council is reopening at a new location today at the Avondale East Community Resource Center.
Brownback’s office has rejected a request from the League of Women Voters to identify the applicants for a new seat on the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Researchers at the University of Kansas are experimenting with using a blue light to help law enforcement officers nab red-light runners.
Germany is building a memorial to about 300,000 people murdered by the Nazis because of mental and physical disabilities or chronic illness.
Perched atop the performer hierarchy in Las Vegas, where she holds court in the Caesars Palace Colosseum, five-time Grammy winner Celine Dion could quite easily sit on her laurels.