A government official in Somalia says the death toll from al-Shabab’s attack on Mogadishu’s Supreme Court complex has risen to 35.
Residents in Pyongyang are spilling into the streets today to celebrate a major national holiday — the birthday of their first leader Kim Il Sung.
Justin Bieber wrote an entry into a guestbook at the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam, saying he hoped the Jewish teenager who died in a Nazi concentration camp “would have been a Belieber” — or fan of his — if history were different.
“The Avengers” won three awards, including the top prize, movie of the year. “Silver Linings Playbook” also collected three awards. Several stars, including show host Rebel Wilson, won a pair of prizes.
Former President George W. Bush has become a grandfather.
Police say they’ve got the $3,200 engagement ring a New Hampshire allegedly swallowed during an attempted jewelry store theft.
A Michigan judge whose smartphone disrupted a hearing in his own courtroom has held himself in contempt and paid $25 for the infraction.
Police have cited a 42-year-old Pennsylvania woman for disorderly conduct after she called 911 requesting a divorce and police assistance to make her husband leave.
The budgets proposed by the Kansas House and Senate include a plan to buy land in northeast Kansas for a new park.
A Kansas man will remain in prison for killing his father, after the Kansas Supreme Court upheld his conviction.
Dish Network is offering to buy Sprint Nextel Corp. in a cash-and-stock deal it values at $25.5 billion, saying its bid is superior to that of Japanese phone company SoftBank.
Weather permitting, Army units and civilian employees at Fort Leavenworth will test their responses this week to a simulated tornado hitting the northeast Kansas post.
More than 40 people packed a courtroom to support a convicted felon and his wife who illegally sold firearms out of their combined beauty salon and gun shop.
IONIA, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan judge whose smartphone disrupted a hearing in his own courtroom has held himself in contempt and paid $25 for the infraction.
Judge Raymond Voet has a posted policy at Ionia County 64A
Beef cattle numbers in Kansas are at their lowest level in 14 years because of the ongoing drought, but dairy herds are growing slightly to make up for lost production in other states.