Bruised from the defeat of a massive farm bill last month, Republicans are giving the legislation another chance by bringing a pared-down version to the House floor.
Sherlock Holmes is back on home turf in the second-season premiere of “Elementary” — and so, a bit uncomfortably, is star Jonny Lee Miller.
Massachusetts authorities have planned a news conference to discuss a “major development” in the nearly 50-year-old slaying of a woman that was attributed to the Boston Strangler.
The European Union said Thursday that its inspectors raided the offices of several telecommunications companies this week to see if they had abused their dominant position in the global market for Internet traffic.
Prosecutors from around the country are in Topeka, focusing on Domestic Violence issues.
Brownback says he won’t disclose the applicants for the Kansas Court of Appeals because it would prevent some qualified candidates from coming forward.
Members of problem-gambling task forces in Kansas say the state is not adequately funding efforts to combat gambling and other addictions.
Some key events involving the Trayvon Martin shooting case. (AP)
The British government has called in fraud investigators after auditors found security giant G4S overcharged by millions of pounds on contracts to monitor convicts using electronic tags.
The Kansas Attorney General’s office is no longer asking a judge to sentence a former law officer to 50 years without parole for killing his wife.