MUSCATINE, Iowa (AP) — At age 79, a southeast Iowa man says he’s nearing the end of his life and wanted a unique grave… More »
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Water-weary residents of Missouri, Kansas and nearby states are girding for more possible floods after a week of intermittent downpours dumped as much as 15 inches of rain and caused several deaths.
SAO PAULO (AP) — A court has ordered Brazil’s Army for the first time to recognize a same-sex civil union between a sergeant and his companion.
Judge Elio Siqueira says that the couple is entitled to the same
NAHARIYA, Israel (AP) — It looks like a standard scene in the corner of the children’s intensive care unit at a hospital in this northern Israeli town. The counter is jammed with stuffed animals, and balloons shaped like
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A newly hired Minneapolis school principal has lost his job amid allegations that he tampered with state assessment tests.
Patrick Exner… More »
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — An independent television station in Libya says gunmen have killed one of its anchors in the eastern city of Benghazi.
The station said Ezzedine Kossad was shot dead Friday while he was driving his
WASHINGTON (AP) — The London trader at the center of JPMorgan Chase’s $6 billion trading loss is unlikely to face federal charges, according to a news report Friday.
Bruno Iksil, the so-called “London Whale” who placed many of
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery is taking some of its best-known works on tour.
The “Picasso to Pollock” exhibit will visit Denver, San Diego, Milwaukee and Bentonville, Ark., between next March and September 2015.
CAIRO (AP) — Ten of thousands of supporters of Egypt’s ousted president are marching in the streets of Cairo and across the country demanding his reinstatement.
The protesters waved signs Friday bearing the picture of President Mohammed Morsi,
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A large oil spill from an underwater pipe has contaminated waters in Manila Bay near the Philippine capital and prompted authorities on Friday to ban fishing.
The coast guard said about 500,000 liters (132,000