PARIS (AP) — French President Francois Hollande plans to meet with Iran’s new leader at the United Nations next week, in hopes that the Islamic regime can help work out a political solution to end Syria’s civil war.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health regulators will begin tracking millions of medical devices, from pacemakers to hip replacements, using a new electronic system designed to protect patients by catching problematic implants earlier.
The Food and Drug Administration published
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It’s standing room only inside The Gorbals. The hip downtown Los Angeles eatery is filled to the brim with loud lookie-loos who’ve gathered to sip free-flowing beer and wine while watching a pair of
September is Hunger Action Month and in response, Harvesters Community Food Network is sponsoring a neighborhood food drive in the community.
This drive will… More »
BOSTON (AP) — A doctor who worked at a prestigious Massachusetts boarding school is finalizing a plea deal with prosecutors in a child pornography case.
Richard Keller pleaded not guilty last year to possessing and receiving child pornography.
The University of Kansas has placed a journalism professor on leave because of a tweet he wrote this week after the Navy Yard shooting.
(St. Francis Health Care) – Stormont-Vail HealthCare and St. Francis Health will soon begin a new collaboration of Pediatrics and Neonatal services. The collaboration… More »
NEW YORK (AP) — Life comes with few chances to witness a fundamental law being turned on its head.
But last season 18.5 million viewers did just that every week, tuning to “NCIS” to certify it as one
LONDON (AP) — The word “ageless” is often applied to Shakespeare’s plays, which are still packing in audiences after 400 years.
But age is very much on the agenda in two new London productions. Both are well-loved comedies,
NEW YORK (AP) — At first glance, “The Blacklist” bears an obvious resemblance to “The Silence of the Lambs.” Here’s a brilliant, twisted captive playing cat-and-mouse with a young female cop. Each wants something from the other in
MADRID (AP) — The royal palace says the King of Spain is to undergo a third hip operation in less than two years after failing to gain full mobility following his last treatment.
King Juan Carlos broke his
NEW YORK (AP) — For Patricia Racette, this was already shaping up as a memorable year at the San Francisco Opera, opening the season in Boito’s “Mefistofele” and returning in June to headline two more productions.
NEW YORK (AP) — These days, it’s hard for Linda Ronstadt to get around without her forearm crutches.
The debilitating effects of Parkinson’s disease require her to relax for a few minutes before starting an interview. But once
SRINAGAR, India (AP) — At least seven people were injured Friday in clashes between anti-India protesters and government forces in Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said.
Police officer Abdul Gani Mir said the clashes erupted in Kashmir’s main city of
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Celebrations to mark Cyprus’ 53rd year of independence from British colonial rule are not immune from the country’s economic crisis.
To save money, authorities decided to drop for the first time tanks and other
DALLAS (AP) — Large sections of Texas are under flood watches with forecasts calling for rain through the weekend.
Parts of state are already getting soaked as rain and cooler temperatures make their way into the state after
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) — Princeton University is distributing 5,000 cups that encourage students not to share their beverages as a way to curb the spread of meningitis and promote safe drinking.
The red cups bear the message: “Mine.