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.
Country music has been good to the rapper Nelly, and he’s back in Music City because of it.
A Rhode Island TV station says a woman threw a rock, waved a baseball bat and urged her dogs to attack a news crew reporting on a kindergarten graduation party shooting.
Egypt’s state-run news agency says the state prosecutor has referred 12 activists including several prominent bloggers to trial
The tiny Baltic state of Latvia has won approval to become the 18th member of the troubled euro currency union
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is gauging prospects for improving badly strained ties between the United States and Venezuela
Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street after a payroll company reported sluggish job growth last month.
Jon Stewart is starting a summer-long break from anchoring “The Daily Show,” but it will be no holiday. He’ll be in the Middle East making his first movie.
The trial for three European feminists charged with public indecency after demonstrating topless in front of Tunisia’s Palace of Justice began Wednesday
An economic forecast says the country’s expected “Great Recovery” hasn’t materialized and the economy’s fallen short of even normal growth.
A Northern California woman sentenced to four years in prison for planting a severed finger in a bowl of Wendy’s chili is going back behind bars for creating another tall tale
A woman from a wealthy New York suburb is accused of growing and attempting to sell more than 1,000 marijuana plants from a city warehouse.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have gone from womanizing “Wedding Crashers” to doting dads who bring their kids to work.
The U.S. government is taking advantage of the recent run-up in General Motors stock to sell off another 30 million shares in the auto giant that it acquired in a bailout.