By JACK GILLUMAssociated Press
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Mitt Romney on Monday said the Supreme Court should have given states "more latitude" to deal with immigration than the justices allowed when they struck down key parts of Arizona's tough immigration enforcement law.
The likely Republican
By MATTHEW PERRONEAP Health Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Metal hip replacements implanted in a half-million Americans may be failing earlier than expected, but it could be years before U.S. health regulators have a clear picture of the problem.
The Food and Drug
By SLOBODAN LEKIC and SUZAN FRASERAssociated Press
BRUSSELS (AP) - Syria's downing of a Turkish military jet has the feel of a turning point that could drag Western powers into a conflict that is spiraling out of control.
Turkey said Monday it would push
By LAURIE KELLMANAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Congressional Democrats and Republicans scrambled for election-year gain from the Supreme Court's ruling Monday that threw out key provisions of Arizona's immigration law but upheld one that requires police to check the
By JACQUES BILLEAUDAssociated Press
PHOENIX (AP) - For all the declarations of victory, the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to preserve the "show me your papers" provision in Arizona's immigration law means the state can enforce the statute only with the help of its chief
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A Roman Catholic church official convicted of child endangerment might learn Tuesday if he'll get out of jail to await sentencing.
Monsignor William Lynn was found guilty of child endangerment Friday, making him the first U.S. church
By MARK SHERMANAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - A divided Supreme Court threw out major parts of Arizona's tough crackdown on illegal immigrants Monday in a ruling sure to reverberate through the November elections. The justices unanimously approved the law's most-
By MIKE SCHNEIDERAssociated Press
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The jailed neighborhood watch volunteer charged with killing Trayvon Martin poses no threat to the community and should be released a second time on bail, his attorney said in a court motion released Monday
By MARTIN CRUTSINGERAP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans bought new homes in May at the fastest pace in more than two years. The increase suggests a modest recovery is continuing in the U.S. housing market, despite weaker job growth.
By YURI KAGEYAMAAP Business Writer
TOKYO (AP) - The first seafood caught off Japan's Fukushima coastline since last year's nuclear disaster went on sale Monday, but the offerings were limited to octopus and marine snails because of persisting fears about radiation