Last-minute enrollment efforts across Missouri are expected to boost the number of consumers gaining coverage through the new federal health insurance law, but organizers say the deadline push won’t hit anticipated enrollment targets.
One of the first exhibits visitors see at the newly renovated National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis displays statues of shackled and branded black men, sitting in a line with knees near their chins, on the deck of a creaking slave ship headed across an ocean.
Johnny Depp showed off a diamond engagement ring that he called a “chick’s ring” on Monday — indirectly confirming rumors of his engagement to actress Amber Heard.
The Supreme Court appears willing to make it tougher to approve patents for computer software in a case that is being closely watched by technology companies.
The federal minimum wage has been below what’s needed to keep a family of three out of poverty since 1980. It’s also well shy of the peak of its buying power almost half a century ago.
Three weeks after arriving home, Don and Lisa Jenkins are helping their newly adopted Ukrainian Children adjust to American culture.
Police say a 10-year-old girl was asleep in her family’s Pennsylvania apartment when she was shot to death in what may have been an attempted home invasion.
A Marysville teenager was killed in a one vehicle accident early Sunday morning.
A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rattled Crescent, Oklahoma around 1:50 Sunday morning.
The youngest daughter of director and writer Orson Welles is giving film buffs a chance to buy some of his personal possessions, including a camera, scripts and photos from the set of “Citizen Kane.”
If GM knew it had a problem, why wasn’t something done to fix it?
On a surprise visit Monday to Crimea, Russia’s prime minister promised to quickly pour funds into the newly annexed peninsula so residents see positive changes after the Russian takeover.
DARRINGTON, Wash. (AP) — Crews have cleared a path through the muck and devastation wrought by Washington’s deadly mudslide, making the painstaking search for… More »
New research is boosting hopes that weight-loss surgery can put some patients’ diabetes into remission for years and perhaps in some cases, for good.
A mock community in central Kansas that provides training on responding to disasters has been expanding thanks to its popularity with emergency crews.
Kansas City has agreed to settle four discrimination lawsuits at a cost of more than $1 million.
A central Kansas company has bought an Italian manufacturing company.