New Mexico investigators are looking for more victims of an unlicensed tooth doctor found operating as a "mobile dentist" out of a sedan around Santa Fe.
Curb Records is suing Tim McGraw. Again.
Hezbollah chief suggests militant group could intervene in Syria on Assad side if need arises.
Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic beat seventh-seeded Mikhail Youzhny of Russia 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 Tuesday to advance to the second round of the BMW Open.
A former Southeast Missouri State University women's basketball coach who is now coaching at a northeast Kansas community college was arraigned Tuesday in a multi-state car theft conspiracy.
The Dallas Opera says the French-born conductor Emmanuel Villaume (vee-YOHM') has been appointed its new music director.
Roadside bomb attacks in Afghanistan killed three NATO service members and nine Afghans on Tuesday, officials said, clear evidence that the insurgents' annual spring offensive is underway.
Americans are more optimistic the job market is healing and will deliver higher pay later this year. That brighter outlook, along with rising home prices, cheaper gasoline and a surging stock market, could offset some of the drag from the recent tax increases and government spending cuts.
Smoke ‘em if ya got ‘em. Well, not so much in Spokane. You might get cited if you’re within 25 feet of a building entrance. The city council gave the OK for police to write tickets to offenders. You get a warning first and a $50 ticket the second time around. Ouch. The Spokesm
The Roman Catholic archbishop of Cincinnati expressed sadness and offered prayers Tuesday for a wounded student, his family and those in the school community in the aftermath of a classroom suicide attempt.
The Eagles, the iconic ’70s California country-rock band that on Tuesday released the excellent documentary, “History of the Eagles,” also announced it was adding eight new cities to this year’s “History of the Eagles” tour. What the band didn&rsqu
Gunmen swooped in on trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns and surrounded Libya's Justice Ministry on Tuesday, cutting off roads and forcing employees of the building in the latest instance of powerful militiamen showing their muscle to press their demands on how Libya should be run more than a year after Moammar Gadhafi's ouster.
A legal challenge to an ambitious plan to let the public buy shares in one of New York City's most famous landmarks - the Empire State Building - was cast aside on Tuesday in a ruling by a Manhattan judge.
A New York appeals court is allowing J.C. Penney Co. to continue to sell a new line of home goods designed by Martha Stewart.
Woody Allen is returning to France for his next film, and he's bringing Colin Firth and Emma Stone along as its stars.
President Barack Obama strongly suggested Tuesday he'd consider military action against Syria if it can be confirmed that President Bashar Assad's government used chemical weapons in the two-year-old civil war.
A tribal casino in Connecticut is bidding to host the men's and women's basketball tournaments for the new American Athletic Conference.
A fire at the Sea-Tac Airport parking garage destroyed at least 8 cars and damaged another 10 with heat and smoke.
Google Now is often compared with the Siri voice assistant on Apple's mobile devices, but its power lies in giving you information you need to know before you have to ask. It works best as a supplement to Siri, rather than a replacement, now that it has expanded from Android devices to iPhones and iPads.
A grand jury will consider the case of a Kansas doctor charged with illegally distributing controlled substances including painkillers and antidepressants to police, Fort Riley soldiers and their families.