WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says that because of the shutdown, it wants a federal court to delay a court case in which the government has said it will reveal more secret documents about the National Security
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House signaled on Monday that it would be open to a short-term hike in the nation’s borrowing authority as the United States moved a step closer to its first-ever default and a partial
BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq: String of apparently coordinated bomb blasts rock Baghdad in evening, kill at least 22.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Bill Marimow is out as editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
A notice sent to staff Monday says Marimow is “no longer employed” by Interstate General Media Inc., a local group that
NEW YORK (AP) — Investors kept their focus on Washington Monday, sending stocks lower with little hope for a deal to end the government shutdown.
Speaker John Boehner on Sunday ruled out a vote in the House of
NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market is lower as the U.S. government heads into a second week of a partial shutdown with no signs of a budget agreement in sight.
The Dow Jones industrial average was down
CINCINNATI (AP) — A trial has started for Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones, who is charged with assaulting a woman at a nightclub.
Witness testimony began Monday after brief opening statements.
Jones has pleaded not guilty and
NEW YORK (AP) — Dee Dee Bridgewater might have been a Broadway star were she not so successful as a jazz singer. She won a Tony Award in her Broadway debut as Glinda the Good Witch in “The
NEW YORK (AP) — As a young musician, Pixies frontman Charles Thompson was determined to make it past the velvet rope at the mythical club that is rock stardom.
“It inspired us even from the time before we
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is designating Muhammad Jamal as a global terrorist under an executive order that targets those linked to terrorism.
The State Department’s declaration Monday blocks any property Jamal or his network may have in
WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior Obama economic adviser is suggesting that the White House would be open to a short-term increase in the nation’s borrowing authority. But the adviser, National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling, says a long-term
NEW YORK (AP) — People don’t just watch TV anymore; they talk about it on Twitter. From the comfort of couches, they share reactions to touchdowns and nail-biting season finales — and advertisers and networks are taking note.
Miley Cyrus, “Bangerz” (RCA)
For all the antics that Miley Cyrus has demonstrated in the last few months — the wardrobe selections (or lack thereof), the outrageous quotes, the awkward twerking and the rest of her wild child
AMBRIDGE, Pa. (AP) — Police say a bank robbery suspect was nervous when a construction worker saw the suspect throw his shirt in a trash container — but not so harried that he didn’t stop to bum a
“Command and Control” (The Penguin Press), by Eric Schlosser
Three days after John. F. Kennedy’s inauguration, a B-52 went into an uncontrolled spin above North Carolina, sending a pair of fully operational hydrogen bombs plunging toward the ground.
LONDON (AP) — It’s all well and good to play soccer on the beautiful lawns at Buckingham Palace, but don’t break a window.
That was Prince William’s message Monday in advance of the first ever competitive match held
BALI, Indonesia (AP) — Chinese President Xi Jinping sought Monday to reassure Asian business and political leaders that his country only aspires to peace and that he is confident its economic growth will remain robust despite a recent