By DON MELVIN and JULIA GRONNEVET and KARL RITTERAssociated Press
BRUSSELS (AP) - The European Commission president had no reason to expect anything but another bad day. Then, out of the blue, after three years of back-biting and seemingly daily financial crisis, the European Union won the
By TERESA M. WALKERAP Sports Writer
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans gave themselves a little breathing room with a much-needed victory, and the Pittsburgh Steelers still can't win away from Heinz Field.
Rob Bironas kicked his fourth field goal, a 40-yarder as time expired, and
NEW YORK (AP) - The Metropolitan Museum of Art has launched a major online resource that offers access to hundreds of the museum's publications.
The launch of MetPublications was announced Thursday. The resource includes nearly 650 titles published from 1964 to the present, covering art, art
By JULIE PACEAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's campaign signaled their first debate strategy shift Thursday in a tweet.
Hours before the vice presidential debate, the campaign sent out a photograph on Twitter of Joe Biden rehearsing for the primetime event. There
By HOWARD FENDRICHAP Sports Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Joyous, bouncing teammates waiting to greet him at home, the red-clad crowd raucous as can be, Jayson Werth yanked off his red batting helmet with two hands and thrust it a dozen or more feet overhead.
A little less than two years ago, the
By JOE KAYAP Baseball Writer
CINCINNATI (AP) - Not just any comeback would get San Francisco back to playing for a pennant. It would take one of Giant proportions.
And Buster Posey believed it could happen. Even after the Giants left the West Coast down two games, the National League batting
By KEN THOMASAssociated Press
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - For one day of the campaign, at least, President Barack Obama was just the warm-up act.
Hours before Vice President Joe Biden's lone debate with Republican running mate Paul Ryan, Obama appeared loose and at ease in a semi-backup role
By DAVID KOENIG and SCOTT MAYEROWITZAP Airline Writers
DALLAS (AP) - Just weeks ago, American Airlines was working its way through bankruptcy court, on schedule for one of the fastest turnarounds in aviation history. Planes were full. Revenue was pouring in. Then seemingly overnight, American
By BREE FOWLERAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - After a string of disappointing debuts, the IPO market showed signs of life Thursday, with shares of four newly public companies each shooting up more than 20 percent in their first day of trading.
All of the companies - Realogy, the owner of
By ALICIA CHANGAP Science Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) - When the space shuttle Endeavour weaves through working-class communities on its way to its retirement home, Hildreth "Hal" Walker Jr. wants the children he tutors to remember a few names: Ronald McNair. Mae Jemison. Charles Bolden.