GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba — The war-crimes trial of a young Canadian detainee will be put on hold for at least 30 days due to the illness of his Pentagon-appointed attorney, a defense official said Friday.
ATLANTA — A possible suspect in a string of 20 stabbings that terrorized people across three states and left five dead was arrested at an airport as he tried to board a plane for Israel, officials said Thursday.
NEW YORK (AP) -- A federal judge in California ordered Wells Fargo & Co. to change what he called "unfair and deceptive business practices" that led customers into paying multiple overdraft fees, and to pay $203 million back to customers.
NEW YORK — An aide to New York Gov. David Paterson surrendered Thursday to New York City authorities on assault charges stemming from a 2009 domestic violence case that touched off an evidence-tampering investigation in Albany.
YORK – No fed-up worker has ever said "I've had it" quite like Steven Slater.
FLINT, Mich. (AP) -- Police have confirmed a 16th victim as authorities continue searching for a knife-wielding serial stabber suspected of killing five people and injuring 11 others on Flint-area streets.
WASHINGTON — All hail inexperience — the less familiarity with politics the better, no matter the party or state.
LONDON (AP) — People getting cosmetic surgery in India have brought back to Britain a new gene that allows any bacteria to become a superbug, and scientists are warning this type of drug resistance could soon appear worldwide.
NGTON (AP) -- House Democrats on Tuesday pushed through a $26 billion jobs bill to protect 300,000 teachers and other nonfederal government workers from election-year layoffs.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Monday that tough economic times require that he shutter a major command that employs some 5,000 people around Norfolk, Va., and begin to eliminate other jobs throughout the military.