SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Suitcase in hand, the 30-year-old domestic worker from Kenya managed to flag down a Southern California bus and tell a passenger she had been held against her will and believed she was a
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Investigators are examining the cockpit interaction of two Asiana Airlines pilots who had taken on new roles before the crash of Flight 214 — one of whom had seldom flown a Boeing 777 and
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country music stars and fans joined together to urge prayers for Randy Travis overnight as he recovered from brain surgery following a stroke at a Texas hospital.
Travis remained in critical condition after surgery
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — As soon as Asiana Flight 214 came to a stop after a crash landing that tore off the tail and sent the Boeing 777 spinning down the runway at San Francisco International Airport, the
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A prominent former supporter has urged San Diego Mayor Bob Filner to resign less than a year after taking office over allegations that he sexually harassed women.
A letter to Filner from former Councilwoman
BERNALILLO, N.M. (AP) — Wiping sweat from his forehead and tears from his eyes, a former Albuquerque police officer accused of killing his wife took the witness stand in his own defense, offering emotional testimony in trial marked
WASHINGTON (AP) — Confined to the basement of a CIA secret prison in Romania about a decade ago, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the admitted mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, asked his jailers whether he could embark on an
BOSTON (AP) — Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings got little satisfaction from suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s first public appearance since the deadly attacks. “Not guilty” was all he said, over and over.
The blase-looking 19-year-old, his arm in
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top U.S. and Chinese officials are wrapping up annual strategic and economic talks that have yielded greater cooperation on reducing greenhouse gases but again exposed Washington’s frustration over cyber theft it says is emanating from
WASHINGTON (AP) — The clock is ticking loudly as Congress looks for a deal to bring back low interest rates on student loans.
Lawmakers and their aides are continuing talks about how they can restore 3.4 percent interest