WASHINGTON – Democratic congressional leaders vowed Friday to resurrect their long-stalled health care legislation, with or without Republican suggestions or even their votes.
One day after an unprecedented health care summit that brought together
TACOMA - A special education teacher was shot to death at a Tacoma, Wash., elementary school and police fatally shot the suspect, according to media reports.
The Tacoma School District confirmed that a teacher from Birney Elementary School had bee
VIERA — The local economic forecast tied to President Barack Obama's proposed NASA budget keeps growing bleaker.
Revised projections now show that about 23,000 workers at and around Kennedy Space Center will lose their jobs because of the shuttles
VANCOUVER - Apolo Anton Ohno has kept information on his post-Vancouver future closer to his chest than any of his Winter Olympic medals, but finally it appears his golden career is about to end.
Ohno's Team USA colleague Simon Cho let things slip
LONDON – Petra Diamonds sold a 507-carat diamond for $35.3 million on Friday, breaking a record as the highest price ever paid for a rough diamond.
Analysts had estimated the value of the stone, one of the 20 biggest high-quality rough diamonds, a
PALMER, Alaska – A judge on Thursday approved child support for Bristol Palin and set a trial date to force the issue along, while urging her and the father of her son to work out a resolution outside of the courtroom.
Judge Kari C.
Almost immediately after winning the bronze medal in halfpipe, Scotty Lago left Vancouver because of his bronze medal. After a night of partying, pictures surfaced on TMZ of Lago and his medal in some compromising positions.