By SARAH PARNASSAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - George Washington's 223-year-old copies of the Constitution and Bill of Rights are expected to go for bids of $2 million to $3 million at auction next week.
The documents are bound in a book that contains
By LOUISE NORDSTROMAssociated Press
STOCKHOLM (AP) - A woman given the chance to briefly take over Sweden's official Twitter account Tuesday stirred controversy on the social network after posting comments about Jews.
Sonja Abrahamsson, describing herself
By RACHEL D'OROAssociated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - A 30-year-old Alaska man mauled by a bear pleads for help in a recorded 911 call, telling the dispatcher he's up a tree and can hear the animal huffing below him.
In the recording released by
By JUAN A. LOZANOAssociated Press
HOUSTON (AP) - Attorneys for a Texas man who argued the state's version of a stand-your-ground law allowed him to fatally shoot a neighbor after a verbal confrontation at a 2010 party rested their case Tuesday without calling any witnesses
By MICHAEL TARMAssociated Press
CHICAGO (AP) - Attorneys for three men facing terror-related charges for allegedly plotting to attack President Barack Obama's campaign headquarters during the NATO summit last month blasted Illinois' anti-terrorism statute Tuesday, saying
By JUAN CARLOS LLORCA and TIM TALLEYAssociated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - In the stables at a prominent quarter horse track in New Mexico, workers quietly nicknamed Jose Trevino Morales's stables as the "Zetas' stables" and say they often saw people show up with bags of
By MARYCLAIRE DALEAssociated Press
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Frustration erupted Tuesday in a landmark priest-abuse case.
As jurors failed to reach a verdict for a seventh day, a defense lawyer raged over their demands and a lone juror appeared distraught
By SCOTT BAUERAssociated Press
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker donned a white apron to man the grill at a bipartisan picnic that had the air of an international peace conference, with a news helicopter circling overhead, protesters yelling outside the gates and
By TOM RAUMAssociated Press Writer
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are sharpening their economic talking points.
Romney wants to keep needling Obama over his comments on the private sector doing "fine" and Obama is likely seeking