The office of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Wednesday that he and Russian President Vladimir Putin are in agreement on a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine, but the statement was ambiguous and a top rebel figure said no cease-fire was possible without Ukraine withdrawing its forces.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber faces new charges after he was arrested for dangerous driving and assault following a collision between a minivan and an ATV that led to a physical altercation involving a photographer, his lawyer said Tuesday.
Joan Rivers' family is confirming that the comedian is on life support after going into cardiac arrest last week during a procedure at a doctor's office.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" closed out the summer movie season with a first-place finish.
Squeezed into tighter and tighter spaces, airline passengers appear to be rebelling, taking their frustrations out on other fliers.
European stocks led gains in global markets Wednesday after a cease-fire was announced in eastern Ukraine. Markets were also buoyed by new signs of strength in the U.S. economy and expectations that Europe's central bank will provide more support to the flagging region.
The juvenile detention center where 30 teens escaped under a fence has a long history of violence, allegations of sexual abuse and previous efforts to break out.
Northeast Ohio is hardly ready to usurp Silicon Valley as a high-tech mecca, but a growing number of data centers are choosing to locate in and around Cleveland to take advantage of cheap power, an abundance of fiber-optic cable and one of the safest environments in the country for storing digital information.
Google is hoping a new brand will help sell more of its services to other companies.
A court has barred ridesharing service Uber from operating in Germany, the latest shot in the popular app's fight with taxi drivers worldwide.
Netflix is giving its Internet video subscribers a more discreet way to recommend movies and TV shows to their Facebook friends after realizing most people don't want to share their viewing habits with large audiences.
Home Depot may be the latest retailer to suffer a major credit card data breach.
Islamic State extremists have released a video purportedly showing the beheading of a second American journalist, Steven Sotloff, and warned President Barack Obama that continuing airstrikes against the group in Iraq will be met with the killing of more Western captives.
Here is the official NFL preview, with notes and stats and other stuff, of the Seattle-Green Bay game Thursday night:
Bothell’s decade-old downtown makeover fantasies are slowly becoming a reality as construction of a new City Hall and the McMenamins hotel resort at the Anderson School begins this month.
The Seattle City Council delayed a vote declaring that Columbus Day also be known as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Councilmember Bruce Harrell said a vote closer to the day would mean more attention.
Marine scientists at the Monterey Bay Aquarium said Tuesday that government regulators and fishermen had made such strides in how they manage and catch 21 species of rockfish, flounder, lingcod and sole that it listed all among the “good” or “best” seafood choices in its popu
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, like all NFL players, is required to talk to the media at least once a week. Tuesday, he refused to answer questions about his holdout but would talk about his charity foundation.
The Islamic State militant group that has taken over large parts of Syria and Iraq and declared a self-styled caliphate poses one of the most significant threats to stability in the Middle East in years. But what danger does it immediately pose?
First Place Scholars, which has been serving homeless students for 25 years, will convert Wednesday from a private school to the state’s first taxpayer-funded charter school.