By RACHEL ZOLLAP Religion Writer
Episcopal bishops approved an official prayer service for blessing same-sex couples Monday at a national convention that also cleared the way for transgender ordination.
At the Episcopal General Convention in Indianapolis, the House of Bishops
By GERALD IMRAYAP Sports Writer
LONDON (AP) - Is manmade material superior to muscle? Are those blades better than real legs?
Oscar Pistorius, the double-amputee runner, is taking the issue of disabled vs. able-bodied competition into new territory as he prepares for the London Olympics.
By Jeff Haden
At some point every business, no matter how small, faces a crisis, whether it's one you help create or one completely outside your control.
To your customers (and possibly to investors and other partners), why the crisis occurred doesn't matter. What you do in response -- and
By ANICK JESDANUNAP Technology Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - On Monday, the FBI turned off servers that had allowed thousands of malware-stricken computers to continue using the Internet. The personal computers - both Windows PCs and Macs - are corrupted by a virus known as DNSChanger. Without the
By JESSICA GRESKOAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's re-election campaign won at least a partial victory Monday against a website it said was selling counterfeit T-shirts, bumper stickers and buttons with the campaign's signature "O'' logo.
A judge in
By JACK GILLUMAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama on Monday said he raised $71 million in June for his re-election campaign, after Republican candidate Mitt Romney reported $106 million during the same period. It was the second consecutive month that Romney collected more
CLEVELAND (AP) - A Massachusetts business plans to auction memorabilia from crime fighter Eliot Ness, the onetime Cleveland safety director and federal Prohibition Bureau agent whose unit brought down Chicago mobster Al Capone.
The Plain Dealer in Cleveland (http://bit.ly/L9GZ9d ) reports the