WASHINGTON (AP) — The crash landing of a South Korean airliner in San Francisco has revived concerns that airline pilots get so little opportunity these days to fly without the aid of sophisticated automation that their stick-and-rudder skills
WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal oversight board directed by President Barack Obama to scrutinize the government’s secret surveillance system is hearing from civil liberties activists, a retired federal judge and a former Bush administration lawyer in the board’s
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some smokers trying to get coverage next year under President Barack Obama’s health care law may get a break from tobacco-use penalties that could have made their premiums unaffordable.
The Obama administration — in yet
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Even as he announced he wasn’t running for governor again, Rick Perry implored Texans not to rock the political boat too much in choosing a successor.
Although he stopped short of endorsing his Republican
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — Jury selection is set to start Tuesday in the long-awaited murder trial of the Army psychiatrist accused of opening fire with a semi-automatic gun at Fort Hood nearly four years ago, although some
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FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — Jury selection is set to start Tuesday in the long-awaited murder trial of the Army psychiatrist charged with opening fire in a Fort Hood building nearly four years ago.
Some soldiers who survived
WASHINGTON (AP) — While the Obama administration throws its support behind Egypt’s military, some members of Congress are looking at withholding some or all of America’s annual $1.5 billion aid package if a civilian government isn’t quickly restored.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Landmark immigration legislation passed by the Senate would remake America’s workforce from the highest rungs to the lowest and bring many more immigrants into the economy, from elite technology companies to restaurant kitchens and rural
“We said, ‘Stop, we’re your brothers.’ They shot at us from every direction.” — Nashat Mohammed, who was wounded in the knee during a sit-in to support ousted President Mohammed Morsi, who was removed by the military July