MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — A Mankato college student’s spoof video of an apparently tumorous rabbit that he dubbed Frankenstein has attracted hundreds of thousands… More »
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota man whose Twister game launched decades of awkward social interactions at parties has died at the age… More »
PAW PAW, Mich. (AP) — Some children out picking cherries with their father in southwestern Michigan ended up finding about 50 marijuana plants in a farmer’s field along the way.
Lt. Robert Kirk of the Van Buren County
MOSCOW (AP) — Got an old typewriter in your garage? Call the Kremlin, they need some.
Russia’s Federal Protective Service, a KGB successor agency in charge of protecting President Vladimir Putin and his officials, has placed an order
NEW YORK (AP) — The real-life inspiration for the zany Kramer character on “Seinfeld” can now help fans say “I do.”
For years, Kenny Kramer has operated a tour of New York City sites made famous in the
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Protesting municipal workers blockaded the entrance of city hall in Greece’s second largest city Thursday, amid mounting anger against new austerity cuts that will affect thousands of public sector workers.
The protesters unfurled a
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Five men are suing the city of Milwaukee over strip searches that led to criminal charges against four officers.
Two federal lawsuits were filed Wednesday against the city, police chief and several officers. The suits
WASHINGTON (AP) — A new government report says climate change and extreme weather already are causing disruptions in the U.S. energy supply that are likely to get worse as more intense storms, higher temperatures and more frequent droughts
BEACON, N.Y. (AP) — Toshi (TOH’-shee) Seeger, the wife of folk singer Pete Seeger for 70 years, has died. She was 91.
Longtime family friend Thom Wolke says Toshi Seeger died Tuesday night at the couple’s home in
WASHINGTON (AP) — A showdown approaching, the Senate’s top party leaders are clashing in unusually personal terms over the confirmation — or lack of it — for President Barack Obama’s top-level appointments.
Majority Leader Harry Reid went first,