PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — If you’ve enjoyed the works of Stephen King, seen the films “Alien” or “Prometheus,” or heard about the fictional Arkham Asylum in Batman, thank H.P. Lovecraft, the early 20th century horror writer whose work
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s deadline for nominating a new Kansas Court of Appeals judge is nearing.
PADUCAH, Ky. (AP) — Jim Rodgers assumed his job as an electrician at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant would take him all the way to retirement.
After all, for six decades the government-owned uranium-enrichment plant was synonymous with
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — No one may ever know Barbara Mancini’s intentions when she allegedly handed her dying 93-year-old father a bottle of morphine at his central Pennsylvania home.
Did she want to relieve his pain? Help him end
Several Red Robin employees were robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning.
DETROIT (AP) — Banks, bond insurers, employee pension systems and others standing to lose big if a federal judge declares Detroit insolvent are expected to legally file their objections to the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel has dismissed speculation that she might step down before the end of her third term if re-elected next month.
Merkel says she wants to head the government “for four years” and
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s former defense minister says his country is ranked sixth in the world in missile production.
The semi-official Fars news agency quoted Brig. Gen. Ahmad Vahidi on Sunday as saying that Iran reached this
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican lawmakers are split over whether the U.S. should cut off aid to Egypt amid spiraling violence.
Sen. John McCain of Arizona renewed his call Sunday to curtail aid as the Egyptian military continues to