Sting will hold 10 concerts in New York City this fall to benefit The Public Theater arts organization.
The president of a railway company whose train caused a fiery crash leveling much of Quebec town and killing at least 13 people denies allegations his company has a spotty safety record.
A Brazilian newspaper reports that a massive U.S. spy program is widespread throughout Latin America and that it’s gathering information on oil and energy.
If the Obama administration tries for the death penalty against Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, it could face a long, difficult legal battle in a state that hasn’t seen an execution in nearly 70 years.
The stock market nudged higher Tuesday, putting it on track for a fourth day of gains, as investors waited for more quarterly results from companies.
As Egypt’s political crisis tumbled toward its first night of major bloodshed last week, the country’s army chief was pulled away for a phone call.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is going public with its frustration over the Veterans Affairs Department’s failure to comply with nearly 100 requests for information.
Before he became a famous TV star on “Friends,” actor and director David Schwimmer helped start a theater company in Chicago with a group of his Northwestern University classmates.
Kansas State Board of Education members are pondering how much additional funding for public schools they’ll seek next year.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is weighing its options when it comes to the cost of not allowing concealed carry holders to bring their guns into their reading rooms.