BERLIN (AP) — Major German publishers gave Google permission to keep using their content on its news page as tighter online copyright rules came into force Thursday. However, they insisted that their dispute with the search giant over
CLEVELAND (AP) — Prosecutors have unveiled a model of the Cleveland house where convicted kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro imprisoned three women for a decade.
The model was wheeled into a Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH’-guh) County courtroom Thursday ahead of
PHOENIX (AP) — Hundreds of bus drivers are on strike in the Phoenix area, shutting down service that serves some 57,000 riders daily within several suburbs and on routes to other cities.
The Valley Metropolitan regional Transit Authority
DETROIT (AP) — Chrysler’s U.S. sales rose 11 percent last month for the automaker’s best July in seven years.
The Auburn Hills, Mich., automaker said it sold just over 140,000 cars and trucks last month, led by strong
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s foreign ministry says possible new U.S. sanctions will not change Tehran’s nuclear policy, but could complicate talks with world powers.
Thursday’s state TV report follows U.S. House passage of calls to tighten sanctions
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s 85-year-old king has left the Bangkok hospital where he lived for the past four years and returned to his seaside palace with the queen.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit traveled by car Thursday
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell 19,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 326,000, the fewest since January 2008. The decline shows the job market continues to strengthen.
The Labor Department said
Kansas health officials say a substance that was removed during the weekend from the Cottonwood River was an algae bloom.
NEW YORK (AP) — Opponents of New York City’s plan for a mandatory uniform fleet of yellow taxis have filed a lawsuit to block it.
The suit was filed Wednesday by the Greater New York Taxi Association and
Since the arrival of the Wii U eight months ago, early adopters have been thirsting for a killer app, that one game that shows off the flair and imagination for which Nintendo’s best-loved hits — such as “Super