WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court Tuesday declared unconstitutional a law allowing Americans born in Jerusalem to list Israel as their birthplace on their U.S. passports, the latest ruling in a case that stretches back a decade.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama congratulated the University of Louisville men’s basketball team on working toward a single goal — “to bust my bracket.”
Obama picked Indiana to win the 2013 NCAA tournament, but Louisville came out
LONDON (AP) — A crowd cheered, hundreds of cameras clicked and an image of familial perfection was beamed around the world.
Prince William, his wife Kate and their infant son, the Prince of Cambridge, emerged Tuesday from London’s
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Singer Chris Brown’s lawyer has entered a not-guilty plea for him to a hit-and-run charge that led to his parole being revoked.
A spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney’s office says charges of
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Federal programs aimed at some of the Great Lakes’ most longstanding ecological problems would lose about 80 percent of their funding under a spending plan approved by a Republican-controlled U.S. House panel.
SAGINAW, Texas (AP) — A police officer was shot Tuesday when gunfire erupted as law enforcement tried to serve arrest and search warrants on a suspect in the killing of a 6-year-old girl whose naked, bound body was
HAVANA (AP) — Cuba’s main international terminal is getting a $10.2 million overhaul to improve operations at the overcrowded facility, according to state-run media.
The Havana Reporter, an English-language semi-weekly newspaper that hit kiosks Tuesday, said the Terminal
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Same-sex spouses forced to pay high New York estate taxes upon the death of their partner will get refunds from the state.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that the refunds are being issued as
WASHINGTON (AP) — A House Democratic leader on trade policy on Tuesday said the time is right to press Japan on its closed markets as Japan formally joins the United States and 10 other Asia-Pacific nations in negotiations
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudan President Salva Kiir has dismissed his first vice president and 29 government ministers.
In a decree read on national television Tuesday evening, Kiir also suspended Pagan Amum, the secretary general of