WASHINGTON (AP) — Four Democratic and four Republican senators formally unveiled a sweeping immigration bill Thursday at a news conference attended by traditional opponents from big business and labor, conservative groups and liberal ones. The lawmakers argued that
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A Massachusetts woman’s Facebook post about the kindness of an Alaska stranger in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon explosions has gone viral.
Runner Laura Wellington was nearing the end of the 26-mile race
REVERE, Mass. (AP) — A teenager whose photograph appeared on the front page of the New York Post in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings says he was stunned to see himself portrayed as a potential suspect.
CAIRO (AP) — The late leader of Egypt’s dwindling and aging Jewish community was buried Thursday in one the oldest cemeteries in Egypt, the once-sprawling burial ground she tirelessly worked to restore but which has now suffered looting
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The studio behind Kris Jenner’s new daytime talk show says it will launch the program in July.
Twentieth Television said Thursday that the show, titled “Kris,” will air for six weeks starting July 15
The FBI has released photos of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and is asking for the public’s help in identifying them.
VIENNA (AP) — Volunteers are searching for a pair of wallabies hopping through Austria — yes, Austria.
The kangaroo-like marsupials, which are smaller than “roos” and primarily found in Australia, escaped from a farm in the Upper Austrian
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Superstorm Sandy didn’t just rattle the East Coast, it also jiggled the ground across the country ever so slightly, scientists reported Thursday.
Earthquake sensors located as far away as the Pacific Northwest detected
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — In a symbolic move, Yemenis on Thursday began to dismantle protest tent camp in the capital, Sanaa, and other cities across the country, declaring the end of their revolution.
Yemenis, long dissatisfied with their
LONDON (AP) — English graphic designer Storm Thorgerson, whose eye-popping album art for Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin encapsulated the spirit of 1970s psychedelia, died Thursday. He was 69.
In a statement, Thorgerson’s family said that his death