WASHINGTON (AP) — North Korea has dangled the prospect of suspending nuclear and long-range missile tests if aid-for-disarmament negotiations get back on track. But it’s not ready to declare a moratorium on space launches — the very act
WASHINGTON (AP) — The threat posed by the U.S. debt standoff is sure to be a prime topic of discussion when finance officials from major nations gather for their latest stock-taking of the global economy.
Finance ministers and
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — It took Stephen Owens two decades to forgive his mother for the role she played in his father’s murder.
In 1986, Gaile Owens was convicted of hiring a hit-man to kill her husband and
Today is Friday, Oct. 11, the 284th day of 2013. There are 81 days left in the year.
Today’s Highlight in History:
On Oct. 11, 1962, Pope John XXIII convened the first session of the Roman Catholic Church’s
Scott Carpenter, the second American to orbit the Earth and one of the last two survivors of the famed original Mercury 7 astronauts, died Thursday in a Denver hospice of complications from a September stroke.
His orbit, launched
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says three California poultry processing facilities linked to a salmonella outbreak in raw chicken can stay open, for now.
In a statement Thursday, the USDA said Foster Farms, which owns
NEW YORK (AP) — The high school musical drama “Glee” said goodbye to Finn, its beloved singer-quarterback, while paying tribute to Cory Monteith, the late actor who had portrayed him, in a much-anticipated episode that aired Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Agriculture Department says three California poultry processing facilities linked to a salmonella outbreak in raw chicken can stay open, for now.
In a statement Thursday, the USDA said Foster Farms, which owns the facilities
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) — Princeton University says the sound of a hammer hitting a chisel while a campus building’s door was being fixed likely is what was reported as gunshots this week.
Tuesday night’s report caused police to
NEW YORK (AP) — A former employee has sued the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, saying she was wrongfully terminated because she refused to change the results of her investigation into the banking firm Goldman Sachs.