NEW YORK (AP) — They took responsibility for keeping New York City safe in the aftermath of Sept. 11. And for years, their approach was seen as nearly beyond question, as the threat of terror attacks was kept
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Eric Holder says the spirit of the 1963 March on Washington now demands equal rights for gays, Latinos, women and people with disabilities.
Speaking before tens of thousands of people on the National
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — To serve and protect is a common police motto. In western Michigan, it extends even to pigs.
Grand Rapids police say they rescued a 6-month-old pig named Ramone on Thursday. The pet got
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Will it snow?
That’s a main question for next year’s Super Bowl at the Meadowlands, the first to be held in a cold-weather locale.
Behind the scenes, the focus is on much more, including
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California is racing other states to woo new private companies planning to take people on trips to space.
State legislators are debating a bill that will shield spaceship manufacturers and parts suppliers from lawsuits
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Sitting in an F-35 cockpit simulator, Gov. Paul LePage joked during a photo op this month that he wanted to bomb a Portland newspaper for its reporting on his administration. It turns out it’s
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A comprehensive encyclopedia of one of the world’s major religions is set to be unveiled next week in South Carolina. The 11-volume work covers Hindu spiritual beliefs, practices and philosophy, and is the culmination
BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s commissioner to the European Union says he expects a future aid package for Greece to amount to a little more than 10 billion euros ($13.36 billion) — which is much smaller than the country’s
NEW YORK (AP) — The owner of a Brooklyn bodega named after New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez says he’ll change the store’s name as more and more customers complain about the beleaguered baseball star.
Owner Ricardo Rodriguez tells
TOYOAKE, Japan (AP) — The high concrete walls of Hwang In Suk’s school enclose a world different from the rest of Japan. Another language echoes through the halls. The classrooms, with their chalky blackboards and flimsy desks, look