An assistant professor at the University of Kansas Medical Center and her son were nearing the end of their cross-Kansas walk to raise funds for stroke research.
President Barack Obama is defending his government’s secret surveillance, saying Congress has repeatedly authorized the collection of America’s phone records and U.S. internet use.
Bosnian lawmakers stayed away from parliament this time and took an early weekend after anti-government protesters, including mothers with baby carriages, kept them trapped inside during a 12-hour siege.
NASA’s Opportunity rover is still on the move after years on the surface of Mars.
A vacant, historic hotel has partially collapsed in central Kansas.
European Union nations pledged Friday to step up cooperation in an effort to keep the more than 600 EU citizens now fighting in Syria from veering toward terrorism upon their return home.
Iwo Jima is a training site like no other.
According to the Topeka-Capital Journal a 7-year old boy suffered minor injuries Friday morning after the bike he was riding collided with a car in the 3100 block of S.E. Indiana.
In a city that has become renowned for its hip and innovative restaurant scene, a local tourist attraction is offering decidedly different fare: prison food.
Steady growth in hiring last month is sending the stock market sharply higher.
There’s a new kid on the block when it comes to breaking big time stories about possible U.S. government abuses — and this time it’s a British-based paper that’s come up with the goods.
The Obama administration has waived the conditional human rights string attached to Egypt’s $1.3 billion in U.S. military support for 2013.
President Vladimir Putin has offered to send Russian troops to the Golan Heights to replace the Austrians who are withdrawing from the U.N. peacekeeping force that monitors the disengagement of Israeli and Syrian forces.
The annual charity auction of a private lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett entered its final hours Friday with the rare opportunity still available for the relative bargain price of less than a million dollars — although that wasn’t likely to last.
British police said Friday there were no suspicious circumstances in the death of a Russian whistleblower who was a key witness against Russian officials accused of stealing $230 million from a London hedge fund in a money laundering scheme.
Ohio State University trustees have thanked and praised retiring President Gordon Gee (ghee) in a board meeting that Gee joked sounded like a funeral.
The Obama administration is proposing to lift most remaining federal protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states almost four decades after they were added to the endangered species list.