4-H members who have finished sixth grade through those ready to start ninth are taking part in the 2013 Shawnee County Tech Camp on Robotics
Alixa Naff, an early and pioneering historian who documented the lives of the first wave of Arab-American immigrants a century ago, has died after a brief illness. She was 93.
In November 2012, after nearly a dozen times photographing the routine arrival and departure of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning for his pretrial hearings outside a courthouse on a Maryland military post, something caught me off-guard: He smiled.
Fiery human rights advocate Samantha Power has famously taken presidents to task for refusing to use military force to stop genocide.
Stronger home construction, increases in consumer spending and steady hiring helped economic growth increase throughout the United States from April through late May
A former Arkansas state treasurer has been charged with extortion and other crimes after allegedly accepting more than $36,000 cash from a bond broker to whom she steered state investments, according to a grand jury indictment filed Wednesday.
The FBI raided a state senator’s two offices but did not search the office of the 23-member Latino caucus, a California state Senate official said Wednesday.
Seven months after he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with President Barack Obama in what was celebrated by many in storm-battered New Jersey as a selfless display of bipartisanship
Some hotel operators in Garden City say they’re losing business because of the local ban on smoking in most public places.
A look at how President Barack Obama’s remarks about the Syrian civil war have evolved as evidence suggesting chemical weapons
The chairman of the Kansas House committee on taxation says it’s “misleading” for Democrats to describe newly approved tax legislation as a tax increase.
Several weeks after overseeing the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, then-CIA Director Leon Panetta violated security rules by revealing the name of the raid commander in the presence of a Hollywood screenwriter
A series of weak reports on the U.S. economy is sending the stock market sharply lower.
Immigrants living illegally in Colorado will be able to get driver’s licenses under a bill signed into law by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
President Barack Obama is facing a new quandary from a pair of assertive allies
Penn State’s trustees are on a mission to promote the reforms they have enacted as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday against U.S. Bank, accusing the bank of illegally handling customer funds from a failed brokerage firm.