Edward Snowden has just found a new megaphone in Twitter.
Photographer captures emotional surprise of bride’s stepfather when her biological dad asks him to help walk her down the aisle.
Kathleen Sebelius is participating in a lecture series named after her late father-in-law.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a move seeking either a rehearing by the three-judge panel or by the full court.
The House GOP has voted more than 50 times to repeal all or parts of the health law. Almost all the bills died .
Ask a roomful of people to take out their phones, and you’re bound to see several with cracked screens.
Major companies, including Google Inc., AT&T and Coca-Cola, are joining a coalition to push for gay rights in the workplace.
The Lee Richardson Zoo has named of the two female red panda cubs born on July 2.
Officials say the state may have to start looking outside to find attorneys who will take the cases of indigent defendants.
Authorities are on the scene of an accident involving a pedestrian and city bus in southeast Wichita.
The NCAA says the problems include academic fraud and unethical conduct.
Wichita police are investigating after a statue of an eagle was stolen from in front of the Quivira Council Scout Office.
“El Capitan” won’t offer dramatic changes, but rather refinements and enhancements to the current Mac system.
This year, the oak leaf itch mite is making things even worse in Kansas.
Caffeine addicts can give their coffee makers a rest Tuesday, thanks to three freebies in honor of National Coffee Day.