SINGAPORE (AP) — An American engineer who was found dead in his apartment in Singapore last year killed himself, a judge ruled Monday, rejecting suspicions by the man’s parents that he was murdered because of research into sensitive
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian state television says the country has opened its own domestically made national email service.
The report aired Sunday quoted Information and Communication Technology Minister Mohammad Hasan Nami as saying local experts created the
A University of Kansas student has received a NASA fellowship to design better tools for predicting how climate change will affect sea levels.
A national program that aims to help first-generation college students stay in school is coming to Kansas State University.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine troops have called off an offensive that killed dozens of breakaway Muslim rebels and dislodged 100 others from two southern strongholds ahead of the resumption this week of peace talks between the government
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Fei Xiong and her 8-year-old son looked at each other and sensed something was wrong as Asiana Flight 214 was coming in low over San Francisco Bay.
“My son told me ‘The plane will
LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal’s president is holding two days of consultations with the country’s political parties before deciding whether to call a snap election.
The resignation of two key ministers last week left the center-right coalition government
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The Hamas militant group ruling the Gaza Strip has condemned the killing of at least 40 Egyptians at a Cairo sit-in.
Hamas said Monday that it “voices extreme pain and grief” for
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Nelson Mandela remains in a South African hospital, where he is in critical but stable condition.
There was no official update Monday morning on the health of the 94-year-old former president and anti-apartheid leader, who
BEIJING (AP) — The son of a well-known Chinese general was indicted Monday on charges of taking part in a gang rape in a case certain to fuel public anger at abuses by the wealthy and privileged.
BAGHDAD (AP) — Officials say militants in central Iraq have killed a policeman and five members of his family in an ambush.
Abdul-Karim Abdul-Jabar, mayor of the town Musayyib, says Monday that gunmen stopped the family while they
ATWOOD, Mich. (AP) — For northern Michigan fruit grower Pat McGuire, the most potent symbol of the immigration debate isn’t grainy television footage showing people slipping furtively across the U.S.-Mexican border. Instead, it’s plump red cherries and crisp
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Defense attorneys and prosecutors plan an unusual combined plea for the life of a death row inmate who fatally stabbed a neighbor 17 times.
Both sides were scheduled to address the Ohio Parole Board
WASHINGTON (AP) — While the Washington Monument is closed for earthquake damage repairs over the next year, 488 lamps will restore the marble tower’s glow each night on the National Mall.
Beginning Monday, the National Park Service will
Another Kansas farmer has filed suit against seed giant Monsanto over the discovery of an isolated field of genetically engineered wheat in Oregon.