Forgive Mexican actor Demian Bichir for pointing out the obvious metaphor in the title of his new TV series “The Bridge,” but someone had to do it.
Indonesian police are warning against public disorder following the online publication of a video of the country’s most wanted militant calling on his followers to continue attacks on anti-terror officers.
Facing death without fear appealed to Nelson Mandela, then a prisoner on Robben Island during white rule in South Africa.
Stocks fluctuated between small gains and losses Wednesday morning before the Federal Reserve released minutes from its most recent meeting.
Making a rare return to the political arena, former President George W. Bush urged Congress on Wednesday to reach a “positive resolution” on immigration reform
The Kansas Department of Education wants to study a proposal to make it easier for out-of-state teachers to become licensed in Kansas.
Finney County authorities say a freelance photographer working for National Geographic was arrested and briefly detained after he shot pictures of a feedlot near Garden City while on a paraglider.
A Saline County commissioner says the county is moving ahead with a proposal to take over the Salina-Saline County Health Department.
Kansas First News Reporter Katie Sampson tells us how just 60 seconds can sometimes mean a matter of life and death.
Kuwait says it will offer Egypt an aid package worth $4 billion, becoming the latest Gulf state to send a financial lifeline to the new government in Cairo following a coup there.