By MATTHEW LEEAssociated Press
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - A senior American official said Friday that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will take Turkey's prime minister to task for "particularly offensive" comments he made this week equating Zionism with a crime against humanity.
By RUSSELL CONTRERASAssociated Press
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - Friends say Victoriano "Mo" Moises Byrne-Gonzales was an expectant father and art teacher who had just been promoted to assistant director at his Santa Fe preschool when he was fatally stabbed the night of Dec. 2, 2011. It was the tragic
By MARCIA DUNNAP Aerospace Writer
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - The SpaceX Dragon capsule has developed a problem on its way to the International Space Station.
The trouble cropped up nine minutes after Friday's launch from Cape Canaveral.
SpaceX's billionaire founder Elon Musk is reporting
By TAMI ABDOLLAH and KEN RITTERAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A weeklong multi-state manhunt for the suspected gunman in a Las Vegas Strip shooting and crash that killed three people ended when he surrendered in Los Angeles while apparently going about life as usual.
Ammar Harris, 26, a self-
By JIM KUHNHENNAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama met with congressional leaders at the White House Friday, hours before a series of mandatory budget cuts start to kick in, for intense talks where Democrats and Republicans were most likely to stake out fiscal positions with
By MIKE HOUSEHOLDERAssociated Press
MONROE, Mich. (AP) - Most of the menu read like a typical buffet, with soup, salad, turkey, pork and potatoes. But the first offering at the annual Muskrat Dinner in Michigan was distinctive: a pot of the rodent's meat mixed with creamed corn.
By DAVID SHARPAssociated Press
ALFRED, Maine (AP) - Jurors in the case of a Maine Zumba studio that prosecutors say was really a den of prostitution saw videos demonstrating that an insurance agent was familiar with paid sex acts involving his mistress, but a defense lawyer said it doesn't
SPOKANE, Wash. - There was a whole lot of athletic ability on display on the first day of the WIAA Hardwood Classic State Basketball Tournament, and not just in the basketball court.
Pep bands and cheerleaders from across the state are providing halftime entertainment and a whole lot of
SPOKANE, Wash. - There are 32 teams playing 44 games on two courts over the next couple days at the Annual WIAA Hardwood Classic State Basketball Tournament in Spokane, and that is a tall task for the referees.
Fortunately, there is a great group of refs keeping everything under control and running
SPOKANE, Wash. - Experts from the Rockwood Clinic are providing sports medicine care for the State B players and they say their goal is to keep those kids playing.
With so many kids taking part in the WIAA Hardwood Classic State Basketball Tournament, there is always the small chance one of them