By LINDSEY ANDERSONAssociated Press
BOSTON (AP) - In a departure from her usual political style, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez has responded to an audience's questions at Harvard University - but not always answering them.
Fernandez said Thursday that criticism that she won't
By DAVID STRINGER and DIAA HADIDAssociated Press
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Efforts to draw together the fragmented foes of Syrian President Bashar Assad could lead to direct talks between the leader's regime and his opponents, a key official said after talks on the sidelines of the U.N. General
By RON DePASQUALEAssociated Press
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Slovenia's prime minister insisted that the Alpine nation does not need a bailout from the European Union, despite a crippling banking crisis that has unnerved investors and caused political gridlock.
Prime Minister Janez Jansa said
By DAVID GINSBURGAP Sports Writer
BALTIMORE (AP) - The regular NFL officials returned to work Thursday night, and sure enough, their first game back came down to a Hail Mary pass.
Two of them, actually.
The Baltimore Ravens never trailed in a 23-16 victory over the winless Cleveland Browns, who
SPOKANE, Wash. - Nearly three years since the tragic death of Valley Christian High School football player Drew Swank, his parents have filed a lawsuit against the school and a private doctor.
Swank died in 2009, one week after suffering a concussion during a football game that doctors later say
MIAMI (AP) - Forecasters say Tropical Storm Nadine continues to roam the eastern Atlantic.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Nadine is 740 miles (1191 kilometers) south-southwest of the Azores islands, with top sustained winds of 65 mph (105 kph). It was moving west at 7 mph (11 kph) at
**Press Release From WSU Police**
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University police responded to a report of shots fired on campus early Thursday afternoon in the 1300 and 1400 block of Olympia Avenue SE near Rogers Hall.
Investigating officers report it appears the weapon involved in the
By JEFF AMYAssociated Press
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Attorney General Eric Holder says U.S. laws requiring the Justice Department or a federal court to pre-approve changes to voting laws in states with a history of racial bias are still needed.
Speaking at the University of Mississippi, Holder
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - China and Japan traded angry accusations in a late-night spat over a small group of islands in the East China Sea that both claim.
It started when Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi accused Japan of "grossly violating" Chinese sovereignty by its purchase of the islands. He
By ANTHONY McCARTNEYAP Entertainment Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Michael Savage's talk show left the airwaves Thursday after the conservative host won a legal battle with his longtime employer, although his attorney said discussions with new networks are already under way.
Savage posted a