An 89-year-old Salina woman finally has some peace of mind, knowing that her daughter’s grave in Afghanistan has not been disturbed by the war in that country.
LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister David Cameron says he wants Internet service providers to automatically block access to pornography sites unless customers opt in.
Cameron is proposing the move as part of measures to stop extreme sexual
“Light of the World” (Simon & Schuster), by James Lee Burke
The themes in James Lee Burke’s lyrical, allegorical crime novels rarely change, but each new book delves more deeply into them, revealing an author who is increasingly
LONDON (AP) — A year after Britain’s golden Olympic summer, the country is basking in yet another run of global sports success.
Whether it’s cycling, tennis, golf, rugby or cricket, athletes and teams from Britain or England have
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea on Monday unveiled a new rendition of the “Arirang” mass games, the song-and-dance ensemble that has become its most famous tourist draw.
Opening night of the performance involving tens of thousands
MADRID (AP) — Spain’s prime minister will address Parliament on a slush-fund scandal that is rocking his ruling Popular Party after opposition parties threatened to present a no-confidence motion.
Mariano Rajoy said Monday he expected to make the
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. sales of previously occupied homes slipped in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.08 million but remain near a 3½-year high.
The National Association of Realtors said Monday that sales fell 1.2
On Saturday, the Mayor’s Office, the City Manager’s Office and the Communications’ Office presented plans for next year.
“Dogtripping: 25 Rescues, 11 Volunteers, and 3 RVs on Our Canine Cross-Country Adventure” (St. Martin’s Press), by David Rosenfelt
A Japanese utility said Monday its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is likely leaking contaminated water into sea, acknowledging for the first time a problem long suspected by experts.
Dozens of Japanese train passengers pushed a 32-ton train carriage away from the platform to free a woman who had fallen into the 20-centimeter (eight-inch) gap between the train and platform during the busy morning rush hour Monday.
The ghost of J.D. Salinger hovers over David Gilbert’s new novel, “& Sons.” Set amid the wealth and privilege of Manhattan’s toniest neighborhood
Police are looking for a man wanted in the shooting death of his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son, and they now have the gun they believed was used.
Looking to deal with a serious drinking problem, British novelist and travel writer Lawrence Osborne decides to traverse the Muslim world to gain a different perspective on alcohol.
Sedgwick County officials working to keep the Judge Riddel Boys Ranch open are suggesting the state should create a new classification of residential centers for juveniles.
Amnesty International says that more than 100 leading musicians are calling for release of jailed members of the Russian punk group Pussy Riot.
Stock futures are mixed with a poor quarter from McDonald’s sending Dow Jones futures lower.