By Adam Bryant,
Although we cheered for Mad Men's Peggy Olsen (Elisabeth Moss) when she left Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce in her rearview in the waning episodes of Season 5, we soon were left with a scary thought: Could we never see Peggy again?Have Mad Men fans seen the last of Elisabeth Moss
By KASIE HUNT and STEVE PEOPLESAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - So much for Mitt Romney escaping health care.
Reminders of the Republican presidential candidate's signature achievement as Massachusetts governor - a sweeping state health care overhaul -
By MONIKA SCISLOWSKAAssociated Press
WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Lech Walesa is a big fan of social media - and says if he had it back when he founded the Solidarity rights movement in 1980, he wouldn't have had to keep meeting opposition colleagues in stadiums.
By The Associated PressAssociated Press
From above, the destruction wrought by a raging Colorado wildfire becomes painfully clear: Rows and rows of homes - hundreds in all - reduced to smoldering ashes. Amid the devastation, there are hopeful signs: More than 120 soldiers using
CHICAGO (AP) - Planes are flying again at Chicago's Midway International Airport after a nearly four-hour shutdown caused by a lack of runway lights.
Chicago Aviation Department spokeswoman Karen Pride says a problem with the lighting equipment caused the
By MICHELLE CHAPMANAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Coty Inc., known for its celebrity fragrances and OPI nail polish, is set to put its best face forward on the stock market. The beauty products maker is planning to raise $700 million in an initial public offering, moving on
By ALEX KATZAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - A flight attendant on a weather-delayed plane yelled at passengers and challenged them to leave the plane if they dared before he was removed and the flight was canceled.
The incident, involving American Eagle flight
By ALAN FRAM and JOAN LOWYAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress emphatically approved legislation Friday preserving jobs on transportation projects from coast to coast and avoiding interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students, giving lawmakers
By CONNIE CASSAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Free vaccines for kids, cheaper drugs for the elderly and many other benefits of President Barack Obama's health care law are already out there. More are coming, like a guaranteed right to buy health insurance even for
By JOHN MILLER and SUSAN MONTOYA BRYANAssociated Press
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Flames eat through the second story of a home in Colorado as a car sits in the driveway. In the background, an entire neighborhood glows orange as it goes up in flames.
A wall of fire consumes the front of a home as a