OGDEN, Utah (AP) — It was a quiet part of the Father’s Day Mass as about 300 people stood up in preparation for communion. A parishioner, known by many at the church as Ricky Jennings, entered through the
READING, Pa. (AP) — A jury in Berks County has awarded a couple $1.72 million in a malpractice case involving their 2-year-old daughter who… More »
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) — A jury in central Ohio has ruled that a church should pay $3.6 million to a woman who was sexually… More »
NEW YORK (AP) — He really is more than a businessman.
Jay-Z’s partnership with Samsung for his new album, “Magna Carta Holy Grail,” is another sign of how musicians are finding new ways to push, sell and promote
MORGANTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Fire officials say a titanium-manufacturing plant in eastern Pennsylvania had to be evacuated after a fire broke out and sent… More »
MARONDERA, Zimbabwe (AP) — William Mukurazita’s deposit at the bank has four legs and moos.
Zimbabwe’s first “Cattle Bank” has just opened its books in a unique kind of banking where owners bring in their animals as collateral
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — Officials say Islamic militants have driven 19,000 rice farmers from northeast Nigeria while a military crackdown is preventing thousands more from working their fields.
Agriculture commissioner Usman Zannah in Borno state warns food shortages
NORTHAMPTON, Pa. (AP) — Fire and rescue crews are still searching for a kayaker who went missing on the Lehigh River in eastern Pennsylvania… More »
MAPUTO, Mozambique (AP) — Media in Mozambique say at least five government troops were killed and two others were wounded in fighting with alleged members of an opposition group.
State radio and television say the clashes happened Monday
WASHINGTON (AP) — There’s good news for most companies that provide health benefits for their employees: America’s slowdown in medical costs may be turning into a trend, rather than a mere pause.
A report Tuesday from accounting and
WASHINGTON (AP) — The government reports the consumer price index this morning and a survey of economists say they expect the good news will be that inflation is still not much of a factor in the economy.
Weather Underground Forecast for Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
Wet and unsettled weather continues for parts of the East and South on Tuesday as a cold front dropping southeastward across the Midwest reinforces another frontal boundary extending from the
GORAKHPUR, India (AP) — A mosquito-borne disease that preys on the young and malnourished is sweeping across poverty-riven northern India again this monsoon season, with officials worried it could be the deadliest outbreak in nearly a decade.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungarian prosecutors say they have indicted a 98-year-old former police officer for abusing Jews and assisting in their deportation to Nazi death camps during World War II.
Laszlo Csatary, who has denied the charges,
BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian activists say warplanes have hit rebel positions near a contested military air base in the northern province of Aleppo.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says that fighter jets struck near the Kweiras
SANFORD, Fla. (AP) — An expert for George Zimmerman discounts the methods of prosecution experts who claim screams captured on a 911 call belong to 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and not the former neighborhood watch volunteer.
Voice-recognition researcher James
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — Joseph Naso, serving as his own attorney in his trial for the decades-old killings of four women, used his opening statement to give jurors a thorough personal history, replete with childhood photos, saying
GLOUCESTER, Va. (AP) — A farm field overlooking the York River in Tidewater Virginia is believed to be where Pocahontas interceded with her powerful father Powhatan to rescue English Capt. John Smith from death.
That’s a fanciful footnote
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish news reports say police are carrying out raids and detaining people suspected of involvement in violence against police during a wave of anti-government protests.
NTV television says the raids in Ankara and Istanbul
1948 — Law passed making women a permanent part of the U.S. military services.
1975 — The Air Force puts the first woman on operational crew status.
1976 — The first group of women enters the U.S. military