FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — In a story Oct. 3 about the dismissal of a lawsuit from Missouri and other states over California's new egg sale law, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name of an organization that defended the law in court. It is the Humane Society of the United States, not the Humane Society of America.
Philadelphia Police want to be sure a murder case doesn't turn cold. The crime happened nearly a year ago in the Kingsessing neighborhood, and authorities are asking for your help in their search for two men.
By Roberta Rampton and Richard Valdmanis WASHINGTON/DALLAS (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Monday that the government would develop expanded screening of airline passengers for Ebola, both in the West African countries hit by the disease and the United States. The first patient diagnosed with the disease on U.S. soil, Thomas Eric Duncan, remained in critical condition in a Dallas hospital, as Obama was briefed by agencies involved in fighting the spread of the deadly virus. The president said it was important to follow existing protocols strictly. ...
There is a new clue in the search for wanted gunman Eric Frein. He's been running from authorities for weeks after allegedly ambushing two Pennsylvania State Troopers, killing one of them.
A Philadelphia family that was getting into the Halloween spirit was singled out by a thief who used the cover of night to commit the crime.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Personal computer sales have been in a slump for years, as customers flock to increasingly powerful smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Now Hewlett-Packard, the Silicon Valley stalwart that was once the world's biggest seller of personal computers, is splitting off its PC and printing businesses. It's the latest shakeup in a tech industry that's being reshaped by the mobile revolution.
DETROIT (AP) — Chrysler is recalling 21,470 full-size commercial vans in the U.S. and Canada to fix a problem with the headrests.
Nearly two weeks after Enterovirus D68 claimed the life of a local four-year-old, fears of the fast moving virus are intensifying.
NEW YORK (AP) — An identity theft and fraud ring used shoppers' stolen information to buy more than $400,000 worth of designer shoes, handbags and accessories from Saks Fifth Avenue's flagship store, with some employees aiding the scam, authorities said Monday.
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Republican Senate candidate David Perdue said Monday he's proud of his career, pushing back against critics who say the former CEO cared more about the bottom line than employees and arguing bad government policies — not outsourcing — are to blame for domestic job losses.
NEW YORK (AP) — An attorney known for handling police brutality allegations is being investigated by detectives after a woman accused him of rape following the Rev. Al Sharpton's 60th birthday party, two law enforcement officials said Monday.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The federal government has awarded nearly $60 million in grants to more than 90 tribal communities across the nation, including 15 in Alaska.
By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Monday his administration was working on additional protocols for screening airplane passengers to identify people who might have Ebola and would step up efforts to make medical professionals aware of what to do if they encounter a case. Obama made the disclosure after meeting top administration officials involved in attempting to prevent an outbreak of Ebola in the United States. ...
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer pleaded not guilty on Monday to aggravated assault after being accused of assaulting his wife during two arguments at their Phoenix apartment.
PHOENIX (AP) — A 3-year-old boy has died a day after being left in a hot car for several hours while his mother and a family friend were in church for a choir practice, police said Monday.
By Fiona Ortiz CHICAGO (Reuters) - A Chicago-area man was charged on Monday with attempting to support a foreign terrorist organization after he was arrested on Saturday at O'Hare International Airport on allegations he was on his way to Syria to join the militant group Islamic State. Mohammed Hamzah Khan, 19, of the Chicago suburb of Bolingbrook, appeared before U.S. Magistrate Susan Cox in U.S. District Court in Chicago, and she ordered him held pending a detention hearing on Thursday. ...
Philadelphia police say they are currently questioning a person of interest in connection with a violent sexual assault in the city's Chinatown section.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The body of a black bear cub was found in the bushes of New York City's Central Park on Monday and police have launched a criminal investigation into the death, park officials said. An early morning dog-walker spotted the lifeless young bear near an exit of the park leading to Manhattan's affluent Upper West Side and alerted a Central Park Conservancy worker, spokeswoman Elizabeth Kaledin said. "We are distraught and alarmed any time wildlife is injured," Kaledin said on behalf of the conservancy. ...
By Lacey Johnson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for a Syrian prisoner at the Guantanamo Bay prison urged a U.S. judge on Monday to halt harmful force-feeding practices used on their client during a hunger strike. Abu Wa'el Dhiab, 43, has been held at the Cuban prison without charges for 12 years and was cleared for release by United States in 2009. According to a military spokesman, Dhiab is among more than 100 prisoners who have gone on a hunger strike. "His hunger strike is not just a disciplinary problem, it's a cry for humanity," Dhiab's attorney, Eric Lewis, said in the hearing, in U.S. ...
By Hilary Russ (Reuters) - The state panel that oversees Philadelphia's cash-strapped public schools abruptly canceled a contract with teachers on Monday, despite nearly two years of labor negotiations, and said teachers would have to begin paying for healthcare benefits. The move, which a labor expert said was likely unprecedented in the United States, would free up $43.8 million for the district this school year. Next year, it is facing a $71 million budget shortfall. ...