By GOSIA WOZNIACKAAssociated Press
HANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Repair crews worked into Tuesday removing two derailed cars and a locomotive and to repair damaged railroad tracks after an Amtrak train carrying about 169 passengers derailed in a collision with a big rig truck in
SPOKANE, Wash - If you happened to come across Spokane's newest social club's monthly meeting at Northern Lights Brewery, you likely could figure out pretty quickly what they all have in common.
"The bearded lifestyle is the most epic lifestyle," said Eric Bandholz, Spokane
By STEPHEN HAWKINSAP Sports Writer
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Lance Briggs plucked the ball out of the air and started rumbling down the field. As the Chicago linebacker approached the end zone, he fully extended his left arm over his head with the ball in his hand.
Briggs and the rest of those 30
By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. SYRIA OFFICIAL SAYS U.S. PROMOTES TERRORISM
The foreign minister tells the U.N. that the media is also to blame for escalating war in his country.
By LARRY NEUMEISTERAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - A doctor once lauded for her AIDS treatment work is blaming one of her dozen or so personalities for a prescription painkillers scheme that defrauded Medicaid out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Diana Williamson was supposed to be
By The Associated Press
Immigration bills signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown:
- Immigrant driver licenses: Some illegal immigrants could get California drivers licenses under AB2189. The bill by Assemblyman Gil Cedillo, D-Los Angeles, will let the Department of Motor Vehicles issue licenses
NEW YORK (AP) - New York prosecutors say the multibillion-dollar fraud carried out by Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff (MAY'-dawf) began as far back as the early 1970s.
The revelation comes in a rewritten indictment boosting charges against four long-time employees of the investment firm
By DEEPTI HAJELAAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Scientist and activist Barry Commoner, who raised early concerns about the effects of radioactive fallout and was one of the pioneers of the environmental movement, has died at age 95.
Commoner died Sunday afternoon at a Manhattan hospital, where
NEW YORK (AP) - The New York attorney general's office has hit JPMorgan Chase & Co. with a civil lawsuit, alleging that investment bank Bear Stearns - prior to its collapse and subsequent sale to JPMorgan in 2008 - perpetrated massive fraud in deals involving billions in residential
By AMY TAXINAssociated Press
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Immigrant advocates blasted Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday for last-minute vetoes of bills that could have brought sweeping change to the state's large foreign-born population.
The criticism of his decision to nix measures to expand the