ROME (AP) — Top Silvio Berlusconi aides are maneuvering to win a presidential pardon so the ex-premier can avoid a prison term and ban on holding office, with one loyalist warning of possible “civil war” unless punishment for
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Lois Noffsinger Spurrier never intended to publish “Ming and The Magic Kite.”
In fact, she’d forgotten she wrote it. It wasn’t until she was preparing to move from her Frederick home that she discovered
NEW YORK (AP) — Southwest Airlines is facing its first lawsuit over a hard landing at New York’s LaGuardia Airport last month that injured 16 people.
Jonesville, S.C., resident Jacqueline Young was on the flight from Nashville, Tenn.,
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghan officials say many people are feared dead and others are missing in a flash flood in a remote mountainous area near the capital.
Surobi district police chief Shaghasi Ahmadi said that a flash
PARIS (AP) — Interpol has issued a global security alert in connection with suspected al-Qaida involvement in several recent prison escapes including those in Iraq, Libya and Pakistan.
The Lyon, France-based international police agency says that the alert
HEBRON, Maine (AP) — A full day of events is on tap for the Maine Redneck “Blank” Games in the town of Hebron.
After being forced to change its name, the event formerly known as the Redneck Olympics
Major bills passed by Congress so far this year:
— Disaster aid totaling $50.5 billion for victims of last fall’s Superstorm Sandy.
— Expanded Violence Against Women Act.
— Omnibus spending legislation to keep the government going in
WASHINGTON (AP) — The accomplishments are few, the chaos plentiful in the 113th Congress, a discourteous model of divided government now beginning a five-week break.
“Have senators sit down and shut up, OK?” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian police official says that if followers of ousted President Mohammed Morsi abandon their protest sit-ins, this will allow his Muslim Brotherhood group to have a normal role in the political process.
LONDON (AP) — It took 45 seconds, but it was enough.
Newborn Prince George, carried from the hospital to the royal car, appeared in a cotton swaddle with the tiny birds on it. Mums-to-be around the world wanted