08/19/14 11:15 AM
NEW YORK (AP) — Staten Island prosecutor says he's taking New York City police chokehold death to grand jury.
08/19/14 09:46 AM
MOSCOW (AP) — Kremlin: Putin to meet with Ukrainian president and EU officials at Aug. 26 meeting in Minsk.
08/19/14 09:01 AM
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli military says a number of rockets have been fired from Gaza Strip, breaking cease-fire.
08/19/14 08:45 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — US home construction jumps 15.7 percent in July to 1.09 million rate, fastest pace in 8 months.
08/19/14 08:45 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumer prices up 0.1 percent in July, smallest advance in 5 months, as gas prices fall.
08/18/14 04:31 PM
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt says Gaza cease-fire talks extended 24 hours to continue negotiations.
08/18/14 03:15 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Obama to speak about Iraq crisis and situation in Ferguson on Monday afternoon.
08/18/14 11:29 AM
Former Vermont U.S. Sen. James Jeffords, who in 2001 tipped control of the Senate when he quit the Republican Party to become an independent, died Monday. He was 80.
08/18/14 10:46 AM
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's security council: 'Dozens' of civilians killed in a rebel attack on refugee convoy.
By Associated Press | 08/18/14 09:11 AM
Michigan police agencies have received $43 million worth of surplus military equipment, including 17 mine-resistant armored fighting vehicles and 1,795 M16 automatic rifles, since 2006, a review of public records shows.
By Andrew DeMillo | 08/18/14 09:09 AM
Three governors who expanded Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul said Saturday there are economic and moral arguments for embracing a key part of the law, despite strong political opposition in their southern states.
By Alan Suderman | 08/18/14 09:05 AM
The candidates in a special election that will determine which political party controls the state Senate are spending big money and throwing sharp elbows ahead of Tuesday's contest.
By Gary D. Robertson | 08/18/14 09:03 AM
The 2013-14 General Assembly will be marked in North Carolina's history books as the first in more than 140 years in which the legislative and executive branches were simultaneously under Republican control. It ushered in a rightward shift in state government philosophy on taxes, education and...
By Erika Niedowski | 08/18/14 09:01 AM
At first, Gina Raimondo thought solving Rhode Island's pension problem was just a matter of math: Billions of dollars of unfunded benefits were owed to the state's teachers, police officers, firefighters and others.
By Associated Press | 08/18/14 08:56 AM
New York's Metropolitan Opera reached tentative labor deals with two of its largest unions early Monday while negotiations continued with 10 more unions in hopes of averting a lockout.
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