NEW YORK (AP) — Lawyers for a New York City-based reporter who’s being asked to name her sources in a story on the Colorado theater shooting are asking an appellate court to quash a subpoena that requires her
NEW YORK (AP) — A $20 billion plan to gird New York with levees, flood gates and other defenses is a bold stroke from a mayor who saw the city through Superstorm Sandy and has championed preparedness for
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Journalists fired from Greece’s state TV and radio have refused to leave the broadcaster’s headquarters, continuing Internet programming, as the country’s conservative-led government faced political crisis a year after taking office.
State TV and
WILDWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Leaders of a New Jersey shore town are looking to butt in on how people dress when they stroll the boardwalk, because they believe most visitors don’t want to see people’s rear ends hanging
LONDON (AP) — British officials are hoping that the impending royal birth will produce a bouncing baby buoy for the economy.
With the Duchess of Cambridge due to give birth to an heir to the throne next month,
JERUSALEM (AP) — When Israeli Arabs search for a spouse, they don’t just worry about looks, job prospects or future in-laws. They must think about whether their partner will be allowed to live with them.
The problem is
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea’s prison population has swelled in recent years with those caught fleeing the country under a crackdown on defections by young leader Kim Jong Un, according to defectors living in South Korea
JERUSALEM (AP) — Austria’s U.N. peacekeepers have begun withdrawing from the Golan Heights after fighting from the Syrian civil war threatened their positions last week.
Associated Press footage shows Austrian troops leaving the Syrian side and moving to
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine President Benigno Aquino III vowed Wednesday his country will not back down from any challenge to its sovereignty and territory amid a sea dispute with China.
He said in a speech marking the
ROTORUA, New Zealand (AP) — Three Boston University students who were killed last year in New Zealand when their minivan rolled might have survived if they were wearing seatbelts, police said Wednesday.
Constable Tina Mitchell-Ellis told a coroner’s