NEW YORK (AP) - Lawyers for an Egyptian Islamic preacher jailed in the United States on terrorism charges say he's not being treated as well in New York as he was in England.
Attorneys for Mustafa Kamel Mustafa say the federal lockup in Manhattan is not doing enough to help their client, who
CARSON CITY, Nevada (AP) - A substitute teacher from California was found to be the only heir to a fortune of gold coins discovered by a cleaning crew in the home of a reclusive cousin who quietly stashed away a treasure of more than $7 million before he died this year.
A court hearing in Carson
WASHINGTON (AP) - In some versions of a story Dec. 14 and 15 about the suspect in a school shooting in Connecticut, The Associated Press erroneously reported a comment by Gloria Milas about who hosted a high school technology club party. She said the suspect's mother was the host, not herself.
KHQ.COM - Spokane Public Schools and the City of Spokane and its Police Department have released a joint statement to convey their sympathies regarding the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., and to highlight their ongoing collaboration and commitment to student and school safety in our own community.
By By TED ANTHONYAP National Writer
Now and then, thanks to the strange intimacy of technology, there are times in modern American lives when our most momentous and harrowing experiences have been shared.
In the days when radios were still furniture, we listened and poured out into the streets
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A South Carolina judge has sentenced the 58-year-old ringleader of a scheme to cut off the hand of a mentally disabled man to collect insurance money.
Federal prosecutors say David Player controlled the man's affairs and gave him a small amount of money to have his hand
By By JAY LINDSAYAssociated Press
BOSTON (AP) - The acting U.S. Commerce Secretary on Friday ordered federal regulators to return about $544,000 in unjust fines collected from 14 fishermen or fishing businesses, most of whom worked Northeast waters.
Secretary Rebecca Blank also directed the
By By The Associated Press
Prices for wheat, corn and soybeans rose Friday as traders worried that the devastating drought of the summer could be repeated next year.
Wheat for March delivery rose 5.5 cents to $8.14 a bushel. March corn rose 10.5 cents, or 1.5 percent, to $7.3075 a bushel.
By By The Associated Press
Text of President Barack Obama's address to the nation after Friday's mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school, as provided by CQ Transcriptions:
"This afternoon, I spoke with Governor Malloy and FBI Director Mueller. I offered Gov. Malloy my
By By MATTHEW CRAFTAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - On the road and in financial markets, it pays to ask somebody with a good sense of direction.
Two years ago, most of Wall Street's economists believed interest rates had bottomed out. But not Priya Misra, a top investment strategist at