MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The 7-year-old Minnesota girl whose rare cancer led to a precedent-setting malpractice ruling by the state Supreme Court has died, according… More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — Regulators took a step Tuesday toward requiring eight of the largest U.S. banks to meet a stricter measure of health to reduce the threat they pose to the financial system.
The Federal Reserve, the Federal
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers advertised slightly more jobs in May and hired more workers, further signs of steady improvement in the job market.
The Labor Department said Tuesday that job openings rose 28,000 to 3.83 million in
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A hotelier’s widow in upstate New York has been sentenced to five years’ probation, including eight months of home confinement, for keeping an Indian woman in the country illegally.
Annie George was convicted in
JAKARTA (AP) — The giant U.S.-owned gold and copper mine in eastern Indonesia where 28 workers died in a collapse said Tuesday it has government approval to resume milling and underground mine operations.
Indonesia’s government ordered the shutdown
WASHINGTON (AP) — An appeals court has sided with a South Korean businessman in a dispute over how his gambling winnings in the U.S. should be taxed.
Sang Park gambled away thousands of dollars at slot machines during
CLEVELAND (AP) — Andrew Bynum has a new team waiting for him.
The enigmatic free-agent center, who didn’t play a single second for Philadelphia last season because of knee injuries, is mulling a two-year offer from the Cleveland
WASHINGTON (AP) — A trade group for Catholic hospitals says it can accept the Obama administration’s compromise on birth control coverage.
The Catholic Health Association says it’s pleased with final rules for faith-affiliated nonprofits from the Department of
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Coast Guard says it has closed a section of the Mississippi River southeast of New Orleans so a tugboat that sank over the weekend can be salvaged.
Spokesman Jonathan Lally says a mile-long
BOSTON (AP) — A former close associate of James “Whitey” Bulger has offered gruesome details of three killings he says he watched Bulger commit.
Kevin Weeks described the killings Tuesday in Boston during his second day of testimony