Two people were taken to a hospital after a two-seat, single engine Cessna crashed into the living room of a third-story apartment outside Washington, Virginia State Police said Friday.
Secretary of State John Kerry says he is not optimistic that Iran’s upcoming election will produce any change in the country’s nuclear ambitions, which the U.S. and others believe are aimed at developing atomic weapons.
The oldest continuously operating theater in the nation’s capital that has drawn top performers dating back decades before the Civil War is getting a fresh start and a makeover after years of struggle.
Secretary of State John Kerry is defending U.S. drone strikes after the CIA’s killing of a senior Taliban member.
The stock market is turning slightly higher in midday trading as indexes head for strong gains in the month of May.
An appeals court has thrown out a jury verdict that favored Citigroup in a dispute over the sale of the music company EMI.
The U.S. Naval Academy is investigating allegations that three members of its football team sexually assaulted a female midshipman at an off-campus house last year, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday, and a lawyer for the woman says she was “ostracized” on campus after she reported it.
A federal appeals court panel Friday unanimously upheld an Obama administration requirement that dealers in southwestern border states report when customers buy multiple high-powered rifles.
Sotheby’s says the manuscript of Irish writer Samuel Beckett’s first novel could fetch more than $1.2 million at auction next month.
When Stan Virden moved into his 2,400-square-foot house overlooking a rock-lined canal in 1996, he paid less than $1,000 a year for homeowners insurance.