GOSHEN, Conn. (AP) - Dozens of Native Americans wore the traditional garb of their ancestors, sang songs and beat drums on a western Connecticut farm Saturday in celebration of the birth of one of the world's rarest animals - a white bison.
The miracle calf was officially named Yellow Medicine
By JOANN LOVIGLIOAssociated Press
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Caretakers for the SS United States, the legendary ocean liner moored on the Delaware River since 1996, are renewing and expanding their emergency distress call for the beleaguered piece of American maritime history.
In an eleventh-hour
By Robyn Ross,
U.S. soccer player Hope Solo has been issued a warning after testing positive for a banned substance, the United States Anti-Doping Agency announced.
Solo has accepted the public warning and will still compete in Olympics.
Last month, the Dancing with the Stars alum tested positive
By COREY WILLIAMSAssociated Press
DETROIT (AP) - The mother of a Detroit woman shot and killed while dancing with an off-duty police officer questioned Monday why he would carry a loaded gun at a party in his own backyard.
Police said Adaisha Miller was dancing with the officer early Sunday
DETROIT (AP) - A woman celebrating the weekend before her 25th birthday was fatally shot Sunday when she hugged an off-duty police officer while dancing at a party, causing the officer's service weapon to fire, according to police and her mother.
Adaisha Miller would have turned 25 on Monday,
By WAYNE PARRYAssociated Press
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) - Don't call him Pauly.
Mike Maldonado has got the blowout hairdo, the gym-rat biceps, and the tan that makes you wonder: Is it real or spray-on?
He's also got women swooning
By MATIULLAH ACHAKZAI and MUNIR AHMEDAssociated Press
CHAMAN, Pakistan (AP) - Trucks carrying NATO supplies rolled into Afghanistan for the first time in more than seven months Thursday, ending a painful chapter in U.S.-Pakistan relations that saw the border closed until
By SARAH PARNASSAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - One word could describe visitors to the Capitol Fourth Concert Wednesday night: sweaty.
Despite high temperatures and the threat of thunderstorms, thousands of visitors from across the continent took part in
By Sadie Gennis,
Life has been rough for the Lifetime reality show Bristol Palin: Life's A Tripp. The show's star Bristol Palin and Lifetime's parent company A&E Television Network are being sued again — by the same person, Deadline reports.In the new lawsuit, filed on June