Northwestern University officials on Thursday countered a quarterback’s allegations that the program places athletics over academics.
The son of U.S. Sen. Mark Udall has been charged with breaking into a home and four cars after allegedly using heroin.
Six Southern California men have been charged with stealing millions of dollars by offering investments in phony movies.
The White House expressed renewed outrage over the continuing deadly violence in Ukraine, and Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S. has started “implementing sanctions through travel bans on Ukrainians responsible for the violence.”
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Thursday brought a message of compassion and care for humanity to the free market mavens of a right-leaning Washington think tank.
The state of Kansas recently spent more than 70 million dollars to create new jobs but who gets the money is not made clear to the public?
They proudly served their country and now some wounded warriors are getting a weekend getaway to go hunting with Pheasants Forever.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is ready for the icy cold one President Barack Obama promised him.
Coming off a three win season, the Circle High School boy’s basketball team has tripled its win total from a year ago. They’ve done it in part with a standout player that returned from the brink of paralysis.
The former director of a southern Kansas senior center has been sentenced to 60 days in jail and ordered to repay $53,000 he took from the city-owned center.
After a wet spell unusual even for Portland, a second homeowner has found a sinkhole in the yard, but this one didn’t swallow anybody.
Rudolph the reindeer is having a glittering antler makeover — the latest attempt to halt some of the thousands of road deaths of the roaming caribou in the wilds of Finland.
While some businesses were able to get back up and running quickly after the power outage that lasted several hours this morning, others weren’t so lucky.
A dramatic rise in thyroid cancer has resulted from overdiagnosis and treatment of tumors too small to ever cause harm, according to a study that found cases nearly tripled since 1975.
After a brief respite of sunshine, winter returned to much of the nation’s midsection Thursday, bringing a chilly mix of rain, sleet and snow and even the risk of tornadoes.