NEW YORK (AP) — The price of oil fell back to below $105 a barrel Thursday, ending a surge that had pushed the price to a 16-month high, after a report from the International Energy Agency said oil
NEW YORK (AP) — Microsoft Corp. is reshuffling its business in an attempt to promote faster innovation and a sharper focus on devices and services. The move by the world’s largest software maker comes amid lukewarm response to
MIAMI (AP) — The long-running hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay may be showing the first signs of tapering off.
U.S. officials say the number of men refusing meals has dropped from 106 to 104. The decline reported Thursday
WASHINGTON (AP) — The average U.S. rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage rose this week to 4.51 percent, a two-year high. Rates have been rising on expectations that the Federal Reserve will slow its bond purchases this year.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee took his time apologizing for remarks he made that were critical of the University of Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools, among several of his
DALLAS (AP) — You might say Orville Rogers is a late bloomer.
The 95-year-old began getting in shape by running at age 50. And he started competing as a runner even later in life. Rogers began running in
NEW YORK (AP) — Bernadette Peters stopped by a desolate corner of Brooklyn the other day to hang out with a special group of fans. They were literally barking.
A deafening chorus of woofs greeted the two-time Tony
It was damaged during flooding.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Russia is accusing the U.S., Britain and France of intentionally making a large number of groundless allegations of chemical weapons use in Syria in order to complicate efforts to arrange a U.N. investigation.
HOUSTON (AP) — A former Houston police officer convicted in the videotaped beating of a 15-year-old burglary suspect during a daylight arrest is seeking a new trial, citing juror misconduct.
Attorneys for Drew Ryser said in a court