By ROB GILLIESAssociated Press
TORONTO (AP) - Police found what appears to be a human head in a park in Montreal and are investigating whether it is the missing head of a Chinese student who they say was dismembered by a Canadian porn actor, an official said Sunday
By EDDIE PELLSAP National Writer
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) - No posing, no salutes, no fist pumping. First, Yohan Blake fell to both knees and rested his head on the track. A bit later, he simply paced in front of the jam-packed grandstand at National Stadium and stared into the
By ALLEN REEDAssociated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Jack Jacobs can proudly - and truthfully - say he was awarded the Medal of Honor for his valor in Vietnam. After a recent Supreme Court ruling, anyone else is free under the First Amendment to make the same claim, whether
By SCOTT MAYEROWITZAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Who knew the calendar could cause so much vacation heartburn?
For the first time in five years Independence Day falls on a Wednesday, leaving travelers unsure when to celebrate and worrying those who make a
By CHRIS LEHOURITESAP Sports Writer
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - Just like clockwork, Spain's "tiki taka" passing game tore Italy apart.
The World Cup champions controlled the play Sunday in the European Championship final, as they usually do. They moved the ball
By RUSTY MILLERAP Sports Writer
SPARTA, Ky. (AP) - On his very first practice lap at Kentucky Speedway on Friday, Brad Keselowski wrecked his best car.
What could have been a devastating blow, ended up being a curious blessing.
By PAUL NEWBERRYAP National Writer
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - If this week in America's heartland is any indication, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte are going to put on quite a show in London.
The world's greatest swimmers produced their most stirring duel yet
By IAN DEITCHAssociated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) - Yitzhak Shamir was a fighter for the Jews long before Israel's creation, an underground leader who led militias against the Arabs and British.
He made no apologies and no compromises - not as an underground
By JULIE CARR SMYTHAssociated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Loved ones aren't the only thing buried in the 122-year-old Lowellville Cemetery in eastern Ohio. Deep underground, locked in ancient shale formations, are lucrative quantities of natural gas.
By CHRISTINE ARMARIOAP Education Writer
Congress may have averted a doubling of interest rates on millions of new federal student loans, but the fix is only for a year, leaving students on edge over whether they'll face a similar increase next summer.