A new program has come to Kansas, aiming to keep high school students in school until graduation, and helping them prepare for a future career or further education.
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A rare snowfall in Chile’s Atacama desert has delighted visitors to one of the world’s driest areas.
Residents of San Pedro de Atacama say the weekend snow was the heaviest in three decades for
NEW YORK (AP) — Despite three new releases, the period drama “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” and the road trip comedy “We’re the Millers” stayed atop the box office.
“The Butler,” which stars Forest Whitaker as a long-serving White
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentine airline unions are threatening to strike Thursday if the government goes ahead with plans to evict the local subsidiary of Latin America’s biggest carrier from its Buenos Aires airport hangar.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Oprah Winfrey, Jamie Foxx and Forest Whitaker are among the celebrities joining three presidents this week to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Soledad O’Brien and Hill Harper will host the “Let
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — What if, after seven years of plunging casino revenues and fleeing customers, Atlantic City’s real problem was this: People are wearing too much clothing?
Scores, the famous New York strip club, will open
MIAMI (AP) — The South Florida home of imprisoned former NFL star O.J. Simpson will be auctioned off in October as part of a bank foreclosure proceeding.
Miami-Dade Circuit Court records show that a judge issued a final
NEW YORK (AP) — The day after the MTV Video Music Awards came with a few more people Googling the phrase: “What is twerking?”
It’s been a popular search all summer, ever since Miley Cyrus, America’s former teen
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that a large-scale chemical weapons attack occurred in Syria. There are still many questions about chemical weapons, some of which can be answered easily and some of which
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — Times-Shamrock Communications says it will sell nine daily newspapers and alternative weeklies outside its core market in northeastern Pennsylvania.
CEO George Lynett Jr. says the papers have been “strong, profitable investments.” But the head