WASHINGTON (AP) — A review by The Associated Press finds that some of President Barack Obama’s political appointees, including at least one Cabinet secretary, are using secret government email accounts. They said it was necessary to prevent official
PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) — Dennis Immel’s neighbors, even his wife, followed official orders and fled as a huge wildfire approached his lakeside neighborhood in northern Los Angeles County.
But Immel, after stocking up on fire hoses and nozzles,
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Randy “Duke” Cunningham, whose feats as a Navy flying ace during the Vietnam War catapulted him to a U.S House career that ended in disgrace when he was convicted of accepting $2.4 million in
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — A judge was to decide today whether to delay the Fort Hood shooting suspect’s trial three months so he can have more time to prepare.
Maj. Nidal Hasan requested the delay after the
“We must have the trust of the American taxpayer. Unfortunately, that trust has been broken.” — Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel, who say he has installed new leadership at the agency and is conducting a review of what
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Charice Pempengco, a Filipino singer who played an exchange student in “Glee,” says she’s a lesbian and has apologized to her family in an emotional TV interview.
The 21-year-old said on Sunday’s talk show
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey’s Islamic-led government is facing its biggest protests in years. Here is a look at the protests and what may be driving them:
Q: What’s going on in Turkey?
A: Demonstrators were camping out in
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is simultaneously naming three nominees to the understaffed federal appeals court in Washington, setting up an aggressive push against Senate Republicans who are trying to keep him from naming any more judges
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Latin America for the first time since taking office, leading the U.S. delegation to a 35-nation organization he once disparaged as ineffective and nearly irrelevant.
CINCINNATI (AP) — A jury has found an Ohio archdiocese discriminated against a teacher fired after becoming pregnant via artificial insemination. And legal experts expect an appeal they say could have legal impact beyond the jury decision.