Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Canada's Quebec province voted out a separatist government Monday, choosing a former neurosurgeon and his federalist Liberal party to lead a promised economic rally.
The U.S. Senate voted Monday to restore unemployment benefits for nearly three million Americans, sending the legislation to the House of Representatives, where the emergency aid is opposed by many Republicans.
The United States is mostly deporting undocumented immigrants who have committed only minor offenses or have no criminal record, despite U.S. President Barack Obama's promises to the contrary, the New York Times reported Monday.1 Comment
The death toll from two days of gunfights in Mexico's northern state of Tamaulipas rose to 24 on Monday after authorities reported six more slayings in the drug violence-plagued region.
Ted Kennedy Jr. is planning to run for the state Senate in Connecticut in his first bid for public office, two people briefed on the decision told The Associated Press on Monday.
A proposed California bill would force SeaWorld San Diego to stop using killer whales in its iconic shows and to release them from their tanks, the latest blowback that the exotic animal attraction has faced after a documentary film criticized the marine park's animal welfare practices.
The Federal Trade Commission says the operators of a website called Jerk.com are the ones behaving badly.
“Make yourself comfortable, eyes closed, take a few full breaths,” a woman's voice says softly. “If you find that your mind has wandered, this is good news.”
There's a chance now for the U.S. middle class to feel like movie stars.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is expected to get a rare tour Monday of China's first aircraft carrier, becoming the first foreign visitor to go aboard the ship.