Police say more than 100 headstones have been vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, damage discovered less than a week after similar vandalism in Missouri
Late department store chairman Albert Boscov is being remembered at a memorial service in Reading (REH'-ding), Pennsylvania, as an energetic businessman, a caring person and a tireless cheerleader for the city that he loved
Police say the man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans had a blood alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit
Bill Paxton, the actor known for starring in films such as "Twister" and "Apollo 13," died on Saturday due to complications from surgery, according to a family statement.
The federal prison population is on the decline, but a new attorney general who talks tough on drugs and crime and in favor of private prisons could usher in a reversal of that trend
The WWII Navy officer who guided his warship into Japanese territory to rescue future President John F. Kennedy and his crew is dead at age 97
The London Stock Exchange says its planned merger with the Deutsche Boerse is likely to be blocked after the European Commission raised anti-trust concerns
The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up the case of a North Carolina man who beat a traffic ticket and posted about his victory on Facebook, a place he was forbidden to be
White House press secretary Sean Spicer recently checked his aides' cell phones to ensure they weren't communicating with reporters as part of an aggressive effort to stem the recent tide of White House leaks.
Pressure is building in Congress to take gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region and Wyoming off the endangered list, which would allow farmers to kill the animals if they threaten livestock