| Jun 30, 2011
| 10:41 AM
The body of a woman who apparently drowned in a state-run swimming pool in Massachusetts remained in the water unnoticed for two days until passersby finally alerted police, authorities said on Thursday.
No one reported seeing Marie Joseph, 36, between...
| Mar 10, 2011
| 1:01 PM
WASHINGTON — With the sides far apart on key economic issues, nine of the 10 members on the NFL owners' labor committee, including co-chairmen Jerry Richardson of the Panthers and Pat Bowlen of the Broncos, attended Thursday's negotiating session...
| Oct 24, 2011
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's GOP presidential campaign is pushing back against a Los Angeles Times article that could prove troublesome.
"Medical help for illegal immigrants could haunt Mitt Romney" reads the headline Monday's edition of the...
| Oct 15, 2011
| 6:34 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands of demonstrators protesting corporate greed filled Times Square on Saturday night, mixing with gawkers, Broadway showgoers, tourists and police to create a chaotic scene in the midst of Manhattan.
| Dec 29, 2011
| 1:51 PM
Are you feeling uninspired this election season? Are you sick of all the attention being slathered on a small group of die-hard partisans in Iowa and New Hampshire? Do you think the political system's broken and your voice is ignored?
If you're looking...
| Jun 1, 2011
| 5:44 PM
At least two tornadoes struck Springfield, Mass., and numerous other communities in the western part of the state Wednesday, leaving behind "many injuries" and extensive damage, the state's governor said.
As many as 19 communities around Springfield,...
| Jun 2, 2011
| 2:16 AM
Officials say a cluster of tornadoes hit Massachusetts, killing at least four people.
They left a trail of destruction across 24 towns, ripping off roofs, uprooting trees and scattering debris.
Worst hit was Springfield, the third largest city in the...
| Jun 2, 2011
| 8:23 PM
The sight of flattened homes, peeled-off roofs and the toppled steeple of a 140-year-old church stunned New Englanders after deadly tornadoes swept through Massachusetts, striking an area of the country that rarely sees such severe twisters.
| Jun 14, 2011
| 10:09 AM
Its somewhat ominous law enforcement slang name is S-Comm, which stands for the federal “Secure Communities” program that's theoretically designed to identify and deport dangerous criminals who've entered the United States illegally.
| Jul 28, 2011
| 12:01 AM
County registrar offices across California on Thursday will begin receiving the product of an audacious enterprise — nearly 1.6 million signatures collected by Americans Elect, a group attempting to ride exasperation with the nation's political...
| Jan 18, 2012
| 10:06 PM
As he finishes what he called the "last campaign," the re-election bid of President Barack Obama, top strategist David Axelrod also is planning the next chapter of his life — a return to his alma mater, to direct a new institute of politics at the...
| Jan 27, 2012
| 8:43 AM
I can’t remember the last time I missed a State of the Union address. Even if it was a President I often disagreed with on policy, I still watched. Even if I disagreed, at least I would have some idea where the President was coming from.