The Treasury Department says the deficit in August totaled $64.4 billion, a drop of 50 percent from the same month a year ago.
Ben Sturner stepped onto his balcony to see a rainbow emerging from the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
The University of Kansas has officially approved a procedure to handle possible violations of the university’s social media policy.
The Silver Alert has been canceled. Carroll Winslow has been located in Wichita .
Saudi Arabia’s civil defense authority says at least 87 people have been killed after a crane collapsed on the Grand Mosque.
A man stabbed a woman and then was shot by a security guard at Washington’s Union Station on Friday, sending people fleeing.
Woman asked to help man suffering from a heart attack steals his wallet instead.
Bob Dole is planning a fundraising effort to build the long-debated Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington.
The Republican presidential hopeful has purchased NBC’s half of the Miss Universe Organization.
Not much new in the NFL season opener. Tom Brady was unstoppable, and so was Rob Gronkowski.
Oil and gas companies led the stock market lower on Friday as the price of oil took another fall.
Kayla Coffman was sitting in her office with a supervisor when she heard the sound of a very young baby crying outside the door.
Horror tale “The Visit” hits theaters this week.
The 103rd Kansas State Fair kicks off today in Hutchinson. Opening ceremonies for the fair are set to take place at 11 a.m.
Five family members, including three children, were found dead in their lakeside home in an upscale western Minneapolis suburb.