NEW YORK (AP) — New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is offering European cities millions of dollars to be government groundbreakers, tapping his personal fortune to extend his cities-as-civic-laboratories campaign overseas as the end of his own tenure nears.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it has rejected Boeing Co.’s bid to build and supply 60 new fighter jets — even though it was the sole contender in the bidding process.
Defense Ministry spokesman Kim
CHICAGO (AP) — Players chanted “MVP! MVP!” as they doused Andrew McCutchen in the visitors’ clubhouse, two decades of futility finally washed away.
The last time the Pirates made the playoffs, Barry Bonds was in the middle of
DENVER (AP) — Earthquakes can be measured, so why not wildfires?
Federal researchers are working on the answer, and their system to measure and predict the destructiveness of wildfires is similar to the way earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes
NEW YORK (AP) — Minimum and maximum temperatures in Fahrenheit, precipitation in inches and weather conditions as recorded for the previous day and forecast for the current and following day in each city as of 0100 GMT:
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican lawmakers and industry groups are vowing to fight President Barack Obama’s climate change plan and its first-ever emission limits on new power plants. But they’re finding their options are limited — at least in
A timeline of key events in Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis’ military career, based on documents the Navy released Monday:
June 3, 2004 — About three years prior to his enlistment in the Navy Reserves, Alexis was
NEW YORK (AP) — Seeking to build on diplomatic opportunities, President Barack Obama is expected to signal his willingness to engage with the new Iranian government if Tehran makes nuclear concessions long sought by the U.S. and Western
Political gridlock in Washington may bring the government itself to a halt next week, although two new polls reflect a broad desire among the public for compromise.
Both the Pew Research Center and Gallup released polls showing majorities
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greek civil servants have walked off the job at the start of a 48-hour public sector strike, the second in two weeks, to protest job cuts required for the country to continue receiving international