NEW YORK (AP) — A teenager from Connecticut who sang songs from popular Broadway hits like “Newsies” and another from California who nailed the sassy tune “Raunchy” from the musical “110 in the Shade” won top honors Monday
A Sheffield woman is in the Cerro Gordo County jail on several charges stemming from a crash that happened in April.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. William H. Gray III, who rose to influential positions in Congress and was the first black to become majority whip, died Monday at 71.
Gray passed away suddenly Monday while in London
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban are claiming they carried out a deadly bombing at a NATO compound in Afghanistan’s capital early Tuesday.
Militants detonated a suicide car bomb at the compound’s gate and attacked guards with small-arms
Running a political campaign is not cheap but now there is hope to bring that cost down for candidates in Minnesota, with the refund rally program back in place.
NEW YORK (AP) — Singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams wants a judge to rule that a trademark for his “I am OTHER” company is not infringing on Will.i.am’s “I AM” trademark.
Pharrell filed legal papers Monday in federal court in
Its been years since Justin Hanson and many others on this tour stepped back into these classrooms, but once they’re inside, time stands still, and it feels like class is about to begin.
WASHINGTON (AP) — On his first swing back from a knee injury, Bryce Harper hit a curtain-call home run.
Welcome back, slugger.
“Typical Bryce right there, he’s all about the drama,” teammate Jayson Werth said. “He didn’t disappoint
NEW YORK (AP) — BET is apologizing to a fashion blogger who says it made him tone down his feminine look to appear on the network’s pre-awards show.
The network called the incident with B. Scott, which took
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A 43-year-old house painter so badly brain damaged that he can’t speak has been awarded $58 million by a jury after a beating at a bar left him with half his skull permanently bashed