Legal experts expect Cincinnati Archdiocese to appeal jury finding for fired pregnant teacher
Republicans who have accused U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice of being part of a cover-up in the Benghazi attacks in Libya are offering a muted response to her selection to be President Barack Obama’s new national security adviser.
Latvia has received preliminary approval to become the 18th member of the euro currency bloc.
Officials at the last hospital still closed because of Superstorm Sandy are no longer predicting when they will be able to reopen.
The Obama administration is levying financial sanctions against six individual leaders of an ultra-violent street gang already designated an international criminal group.
A Kansas City, Mo., man accused of mortgage fraud has been sentenced to about a year in federal prison.
A Detroit police officer is defending his decision not to arrest a murder suspect on the street a few hours before another attempt to catch the man led to the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old girl.
Some might find it strange that Joss Whedon’s first movie since “The Avengers” — his 2012 megahit about a team of Marvel Comics superheroes
If anyone receives a call from a 785 area code number asking for donations for the TPD Narcotics Division to keep drugs out of neighborhoods
Kansas State University will offer an online Master of Business Administration program beginning in the fall.
Stocks edged lower in early trading Wednesday after economic reports suggested that the economy is growing at a sluggish pace.
Investors could lose principal from money market investment funds that underperform under rules being proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Keith Olbermann is getting back into broadcasting to host TBS’s postseason baseball studio show, staying away from politics for the moment.
Lawrence Memorial Hospital has one of the most vulnerable populations in the city in case of severe weather.
U.S. service firms grew at a faster pace in May, driven by a jump in new orders. But a measure of hiring showed companies added fewer jobs.
Orders to U.S. factories rose modestly in April as manufacturers rebounded from a weak March performance.
A U.S. filmmaker jailed for alleged espionage in Venezuela was expelled from the country and was returning to the United States on Wednesday, his sister said.