UPDATE: JUST IN from KHQ's Alex Rozier: Spokane Asst. Fire Chief says they are nearly certain fire on the lower South Hill was started by elec. problem in the attic.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Firefighters responded to a multi-alarm structure fire at an apartment complex in the 700
By CHARLES BABINGTON and KASIE HUNTAssociated Press
VANDALIA, Ohio (AP) - Ohio has emerged as the presidential race's undisputed focus. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are making multiple stops this week alone in a state that's trending toward the president, endangering Romney's White
By EMERY P. DALESIOAP Business Writer
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A nuclear power partnership of General Electric Co. and Tokyo-based Hitachi Ltd. received federal approval Tuesday to build the first plant to enrich uranium for use in commercial reactors using a classified laser technology.
By ARON HELLERAssociated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) - Throughout much of Israel's history, the Maariv daily was known as the "country's paper," the newspaper with the highest circulation and a cornerstone of Israeli media. Now it is on its last legs - the victim, some say, of a Jewish-
ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) - Nigeria has announced the top bidders for five power plants, the latest step in a privatization process expected to bring stable electricity to millions in Africa's most populous nation.
Nigeria's Bureau of Public Enterprises said in a statement Tuesday that various
NEW YORK (AP) - Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Tuesday he would not stop teachers from being able to strike. President Barack Obama accused Romney of engaging in "teacher bashing."
The issue came to a head this month when thousands of teachers went on strike in Chicago, Obama'
By GREGORY KATZAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - Britons got a rare glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II's personal views Tuesday when a prominent BBC reporter told a live radio audience about a conversation he had with the queen in which she apparently described telling a minister of her concern
By TOM COYNEAssociated Press
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - Myo Myint lost most of his right arm and right leg and several fingers fighting for the Burma army before he began working against Myanmar's military rulers and became a political prisoner.
The 49-year-old political refugee would like to
By AHMED AL-HAJAssociated Press
SANAA, Yemen (AP) - Yemen's president said Tuesday he would talk to his country's branch of the al-Qaida militant network if it were to give up its weapons, abandon its extremist ideas and stop sheltering foreign fighters.
The televised statement by
By EDITH M. LEDERERAssociated Press
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon demanded international action to stop the war in Syria, telling a somber gathering of world leaders Tuesday that the 18-month conflict had become "a regional calamity with global ramifications."