INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Otis R. Bowen, a small-town family doctor who overhauled Indiana’s tax system as governor before helping promote safe sex practices in the early years of AIDS as the top federal health official under President Reagan,
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Central African Republic’s interim government says it is investigating what it claims are human rights abuses committed under the rule of deposed president Francois Bozize.
Justice Minister Arsene Senda, speaking on state
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jake Peavy will miss a second consecutive start for the Chicago White Sox because of back spasms.
The team announced the right-hander has been scratched from his start Monday against Kansas City.
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Libya’s parliament has passed a law that bans government officials who held senior positions under Moammar Gadhafi from holding high-level posts.
The bill, dubbed the “Political Isolation Law”, could effectively dismiss many of Libya’s
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — The uncle of a Boston Marathon bombing suspect killed in a gun battle with police has arrived in Massachusetts to arrange for his burial.
Ruslan Tsarni (ROOS’-lahn SAHR’-nee), of Montgomery Village, Md., arrived at
VIENNA, Ill. (AP) — This is the Illinois that many people never see — the sparsely populated southern tip where flat farmland gives way to rolling hills, rocky outcrops, thick forests and cypress swamps.
Blacktopped county roads wend
A Kansas City woman died after she fell from a party bus during a bachelorette party, Kansas Highway Patrol said Saturday.
MATEELA, Pakistan (AP) — For decades, not a single woman in this dusty Pakistani village surrounded by wheat fields and orange trees has voted. And they aren’t likely to in next week’s parliamentary election either. The village’s men
NEW YORK (AP) — Media critic Howard Kurtz is apologizing for several errors in a column he wrote about gay basketball player Jason Collins this past week.
Kurtz is the host of CNN’s “Reliable Sources.” He brought two
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s army commander said he would not speak to the nation’s prime minister, describing him as a “sellout” and a “psychiatric patient,” reported a state-controlled Sunday newspaper.
Gen. Constantine Chiwenga dismissed calls for him
BEIRUT (AP) — Rebels occupied Sunday parts of a military air base in northern Syria after days of fighting with government troops who have been defending the sprawling position for months, activists said.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Perched in a boat drifting slowly along the Red River, Dan Thomas kept one eye on a laptop and the other on a $60,000 piece of floating hardware that beamed sound waves deep into
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The White House says it is “horrified” by reports that more than 100 people were executed Thursday in a western Syrian town.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest says those responsible for serious human rights
BOSTON (AP) — The details of the Boston Marathon bombings were still fuzzy when fundraising ramped up to help its victims, just hours after the explosions.
The crowdfunding fundraising site GoFundMe, for instance, was hosting fundraising campaigns by
AMHERST, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire auction house will soon accept bids on space and aviation artifacts, including an electrocardiogram of Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong’s heartbeat taken when he first set foot on the moon.