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
By PETE YOSTAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - The price tag for safeguarding government secrets rose by 12 percent in 2011 to a record $11.4 billion.
The year-to-year estimate covers 41 executive branch agencies, but it excludes money spent by the CIA and five
By TOM RAUMAssociated Press
President Barack Obama is hitting the road again this week with a "Betting on America" bus tour of Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Obama beat Republican John McCain by 11 percentage points in Pennsylvania and 5 percentage points in Ohio in
By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVARAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Really? The Supreme Court's big health care decision means 30 million or more uninsured Americans are soon going to have coverage? It's far from that simple.
The ruling does point a way
By BETH FOUHYAssociated Press
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (AP) - Re-electing President Barack Obama is so important to Guy Hancock that he spends more time as a volunteer data collector at Obama's campaign headquarters here than at his paying job as a college professor
By DAVID SHARPAssociated Press
FREEPORT, Maine (AP) - He's arguably Maine's best-known native son, right up there with Civil War general Joshua Chamberlain, poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and horror writer Stephen King. To his customers, he was simply known as "L.L
Wash. - The Indianapolis public safety director, Frank Straub surrounded in
controversy has applied to be the next Spokane Police Chief.
confirmed with Spokane city spokesperson Marlene Feist that Mayor David Condon
spoke with Straub earlier this year and "encouraged" him to
By DAVID PORTERAssociated Press
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - A New York rabbi broke down and sobbed Tuesday as a federal judge sentenced him to nearly four years in prison for laundering close to a million dollars in what he thought were illicit funds through a religious charity
By BRADLEY KLAPPER and REBECCA SANTANAAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Ending a bitter seven-month standoff, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton apologized to Pakistan on Tuesday for the killing of 24 Pakistani troops last fall and won in return the reopening of critical
WASHINGTON (AP) - Roger Clemens won't be getting back the money he spent on his first perjury trial, the one that ended in a mistrial.
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton on Tuesday denied the former pitcher's request for fees and other costs associated