PHOENIX (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday waded into a complicated dispute over a law aimed at keeping immigrant families together in a case that underscores the occasionally tense relationship between immigration proponents and the Obama administration
HOMER, Ill. (AP) — Does concrete float? For the hundreds of civil engineering students at the annual National Concrete Canoe Competition, the answer is “yes.”
Teams representing 23 schools vied last week to design, build and race canoes
SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s president says her government will spend an additional $23 billion on public transportation in the face of mass protests calling for improved public services.
President Dilma Rousseff made the announcement Monday after meeting
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Ten thousand unused musical instruments. No sports or art programs. No assistant principals, counselors, cafeteria aides or secretaries.
That’s what the Philadelphia public schools will look like in September without a major cash infusion. And
NEW YORK (AP) — “After Midnight,” a musical revue celebrating Duke Ellington’s years at the famous Cotton Club nightclub in Harlem in the late ’20s and early ’30s, will begin new performances far from its original neighborhood —
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Another week of wet weather has held up crop progress across Minnesota.
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SOLON, Iowa (AP) — Weather officials say there are reports of multiple tornadoes in eastern Iowa.
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BOSTON (AP) — James “Whitey” Bulger is on trial in a 32-count racketeering indictment accusing him of a long list of crimes, including participating in 19 killings. Here’s a look at the case against him, his defense and
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A pair of good-natured monsters overcame Superman and a zombie apocalypse at theaters over the weekend.
Disney’s “Monsters University” topped the box office, opening with $82.4 million in ticket sales. The animated prequel reunites
WASHINGTON (AP) — The former top White House official on counter-proliferation says diplomacy is unlikely to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons and that the best to hope for is a verifiable freeze in its