Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed thousands of hay bales in southwest Kansas.
A former FBI agent who admitted taking $7,000 in payoffs from James “Whitey” Bulger (BUHL’-jur) has testified that his first meeting with Bulger was “more of a social meeting than business.”
Kosovo police used pepper spray and batons to disperse a crowd of several hundred hardline opposition supporters who tried to stop lawmakers from holding a vote in support of a deal with Serbia.
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages surged this week to their highest levels in two years, and the rate on the 30-year loan jumped by the most in 26 years.
The Supreme Court says it will take up a case about when victims of child pornography can recover money from people convicted of viewing their abuse.
The Supreme Court is sending back to state court a case about an Oklahoma anti-abortion law that bans off-label use of certain abortion-inducing drugs.
The number of people who signed contracts to buy U.S. homes jumped in May to the highest level in more than six years, suggesting people are seeking to buy before mortgage rates rise further.
The Supreme Court has rejected appeals from Arizona and Nevada involving the rights of same-sex couples.
The Kansas Corporation Commission is indefinitely abandoning a decision process after being sued for using it.
The U.S. Senate is on the cusp of approving immigration legislation offering citizenship to millions in the country illegally and spending billions of dollars to secure the border.