By ELAINE GANLEYAssociated Press
AUVERS-SUR-OISE, France (AP) - The leader of an Iranian militant group that was taken off the U.S. terror list on Friday says the move will change her group's "balance of power" with the world - predicting a higher profile in politics, fundraising and
By MICHAEL R. BLOODAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles took a major step Friday toward building a downtown stadium to lure an NFL team back to the nation's second most populous city, despite questions about how a 72,000-seat venue in the city's urban core would impact
By ALAN SCHER ZAGIERAssociated Press
WEST PLAINS, Mo. (AP) - After leaving high school as a teen mother, Ashley McCullough is back on track to receive a two-year degree and work as a respiratory therapist. But she first had to conquer a remedial math class and its core lessons on addition,
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The family of the man who killed four people at a Minneapolis sign company says he struggled for years with mental illness.
Police said Friday that Andrew J. Engeldinger of Minneapolis opened fire at Accent Signage Systems just hours after being let go from the company Thursday
By JUSTIN POPEAP Education Writer
After a sharp jump during the worst of the recession, new figures show the number of students defaulting on federal loans seems to be stabilizing. Students at for-profit colleges continue to have the highest default rates but the sector saw some improvement
By The Associated Press
A selection of issues at stake in the presidential election and their impact on Americans, in brief:
The stakes now are similar to what caused the U.S. to invade almost 11 years ago: the threat of more al-Qaida attacks.
President Barack Obama says U.S.
By MATTHEW LEEAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is pledging millions more dollars in American assistance to the Syrian opposition as the U.S. and its allies explore new ways to help those seeking to oust President Bashar Assad.
Clinton announced Friday
STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. - Got an old dirty woodstove and live in Stevens County? In an effort to help improve air quality, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) is offering $200 to residents in exchange for old woodstoves.
For one day only, a cash-back event will run from 8 a.m.