By RYAN NAKASHIMAAP Business Writer
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Disney is done with its do-over of Disney California Adventure.
Wednesday marks the end of a five-year, $1 billion-plus overhaul to correct problems at the park. The venue, which was supposed to turn
By The Associated Press
A transcript of a hoax emergency call received Monday afternoon by the Coast Guard from a boat identifying itself as the Blind Date. Coast Guard crews and New York City police helicopters searched for several hours about 20 miles off Sandy Hook, N.J., but
By VERENA DOBNIKAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Hoax emergency calls like the one about a yacht explosion off New Jersey cost U.S. taxpayers millions of dollars a year, yet authorities who police the nation's coastlines acknowledge there's little they can do to prevent
By The Associated Press
WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says voters want leaders who "stand up and make tough decisions."
Walker spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of supporters at his campaign headquarters in Waukesha. During his remarks, the
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Democratic Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has conceded to Republican Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin's historic recall election.
Barrett addressed supporters in Milwaukee and thanked them for their dedication to his campaign and to the
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - In his first interview since beating back a recall challenge, Gov. Scott Walker tells The Associated Press that the victory "feels good."
Walker said Tuesday that, "it's time to put our differences aside and find ways to work together to
By MARTHA IRVINEAP National Writer
CHICAGO (AP) - Anna Schiferl hadn't even rolled out of bed when she reached for her cell phone and typed a text to her mom, one recent Saturday. Mom was right downstairs in the kitchen. The text? Anna wanted cinnamon rolls for breakfast
By Mary Wiltenburg
Veterans today are having a harder time finding jobs than most Americans -- but why? They leave the military with sought-after skills. Most are willing to move for the right job. Employers who hire them overwhelmingly say they're glad they did.
So what's the
By Gloria Goodale
As Occupy Wall Street mobilized for its May Day of global action, many who watched the tent-powered movement flower last fall wondered if this day would mark the group's spring awakening or offer final proof that the movement died when the snow fell and the campers went
By Amir IliaifarProvided by
In what may go down as one of the saddest and nerdiest events in recent history, UK's The Sun recently reported that a British man, one Tony Alleyne, is being asked to dismantle his geeked-out apartment in which he boldly went where no man has gone before in