North Korea has expressed fury over “The Interview,” an anti-Pyongyang Sony comedy.
Baltimore (11-6) sacked Roethlisberger five times.
Crews believe the fire started in a wall of the house.
It is part of a program aimed at healthy decision making for young students.
Brooke was elected to the Senate in 1966.
A record 104 women will serve in Congress.
A couple was working in a garage when a wood stove ignited propane gas.
Cam Newton finally has his first playoff victory.
Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has announced the formation of a new party.
Snow, ice and rain fell Saturday in the Midwest and eastern parts of the U.S.
Tax preparers are taking courses to catch up on all the changes the Affordable Care Act is making to the tax code.
A western Pennsylvania man was run over by his own van because of icy road conditions.
The 25,000-square-foot house in Southington is being donated to Living Word Sanctuary.
Tickets are expected to sell out quickly.
Troopers in Ohio are writing fewer speeding tickets on interstates where the speed limit increased to 70 mph almost a year and a half ago.
Two West Virginia police officers wounded in a New Year’s Day shootout with a pair of murder suspects have been released from the hospital.
Federal investigators were working Sunday to try to determine the cause of a plane crash.
Slick roads kept safety workers busy Saturday morning.
Registry proponents suggest it should result in more jobs for veterans.
New Castle man killed in motorcycle accident.
The United States says its new round of sanctions against North Korea is just the opening salvo.
Dickens, who stood 4-foot-11, had performed on the Opry almost continuously since 1948.