NGATAKI, New Zealand (AP) — Bob Edwards was born before the first Model T rolled out of Henry Ford’s factory in Detroit. He learned to drive in a French car that had a lever instead of a steering
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s deputy foreign minister says Palestinians are unwilling to talk peace despite a push by the U.S and Israel to restart negotiations.
Zeev Elkin told Israel Radio on Wednesday that Israel is “ready and willing”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers outraged by sexual assaults in the military are moving swiftly to address the problem, tackling legislation that would strip commanders of their authority to overturn convictions in rape and assault cases.
The House Armed
WASHINGTON (AP) — Officers with a finger on the trigger of the Air Force’s most powerful nuclear missiles are complaining of a wide array of morale-sapping pressures, according to internal emails obtained by The Associated Press.
CAIRO (AP) — Thousands of volunteers are hitting the pavement around Egypt, on streets, in metro stations, even in hospitals, passing out black-and-white forms to whoever will take them. The goal: To collect millions of signatures on a
WASHINGTON (AP) — Protections for gay and lesbian students are included in the proposed rewrite of the nation’s massive education law.
Senate Democrats on Tuesday released a 1,150-page revision of the law governing the nation’s elementary and secondary
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s nearly three decades in office and the causes he championed will be remembered at a funeral service in New York.
The service is set for 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Park
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State President Gordon Gee is being praised as a leader who reshaped the university after he was rehired in 2007 following an earlier stint as president in the 1990s.
University trustee chairman Robert
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The FBI searched the offices of a California state senator and the Legislature’s Latino caucus on Tuesday but would not disclose the reason for the investigation.
Laura Eimiller, a spokeswoman for the FBI office
NEW YORK (AP) — One by one, for three weeks already, players accompanied by their lawyers have been summoned to interviews as part of baseball’s latest investigation into performance-enhancing drugs — and the process is a long way