LAS VEGAS (AP) — Frustration has been mounting in the marriage capital of the world as eager gay couples — confident they'll be allowed to marry soon — waited in Las Vegas for the moment that legal wrangling stops so wedding bells can start ringing.
CLEVELAND (AP) — A judge said Thursday that said she will consider expert testimony and prior rulings before possibly deciding whether a former Akron police captain will get a new trial in the 1997 slaying of his ex-wife.
By Laila Kearney and Patricia Zengerle NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fears are growing in the United States about Ebola with about 200 airline cabin cleaners walking off the job in New York and some lawmakers demanding the government ban travelers from the West African countries hit hardest by the virus. "The nation is frightened, and people are frightened of this disease," the U.S. cabinet secretary for health, Sylvia Burwell, said on Thursday, a day after the death in Texas of the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. U.S. ...
CASTLE PINES, Colo. (AP) — A hungry black bear thought it had found an easy meal inside an unlocked car in suburban Denver. But after getting the doggie bag left inside, the bear couldn't manage to get out and ripped apart the sedan's interior.