By By KATHERINE CORCORANAssociated Press
MEXICO CITY (AP) - Newly elected President Enrique Pena Nieto says he will continue combatting all illegal drug production and trafficking in Mexico, including marijuana, despite its legalization in two U.S. states and liberalized use for medical
By By GRANT SCHULTEAssociated Press
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A Nebraska woman who claimed she was attacked by three men who carved anti-gay slurs into her arms and stomach was found guilty Monday of making a false report.
Charlie Rogers, a former University of Nebraska basketball star, entered a no
By By LINDA A. JOHNSONAP Business Writer
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Biotech pioneer Amgen Inc., in a bid for a big edge in using people's genetic information to find better ways to attack diseases, is buying human genetics research and analytics leader deCODE Genetics for $415 million.
By By LOLITA C. BALDOR and PAULINE JELINEKAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Army is updating its handbook for soldiers on how to detect and prevent so-called insider attacks, providing detailed warning signs to watch for and cultural missteps to avoid because they could fuel anger or
By DAN ELLIOTTAssociated Press
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) - Attorneys for the Colorado movie theater shooting suspect plan to subpoena a Fox News journalist who was the first to report that James Holmes sent his psychiatrist a notebook full of violent descriptions.
The attorneys made the statement
By By TOM HAYSAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - When he was first told in 2008 about Bernard Madoff's epic Ponzi scheme, attorney David Sheehan had a response that now sounds inconceivable.
"Who," he wondered, "is Bernie Madoff?"
Four years after Madoff's arrest, Sheehan has been
By By DAN JOLINGAssociated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Stanford University Medical Center doctors gave Alex Lee a parting gift at the end of his heart operations earlier this year: surgeon's masks.
They knew Lee, 19, would be returning home to Fairbanks, Alaska, and gave him the masks to
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - The attorney of a Southern California terror suspect is questioning authorities' handling of his client, who had injuries to his face and head when he was turned over to the FBI by U.S. military officials in Afghanistan.
When Sohiel Omar Kabir arrived in California last
By By JOHN CHRISTOFFERSENAssociated Press
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's comments about 47 percent of the population dependent on the government and "binders full of women" topped this year's best quotes, according to a Yale University
By By JENNIFER PELTZAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Her side said she was seeking justice after prosecutors gave up on her sexual assault case. His said she slandered him in a grab for money.
But a hotel housekeeper's lawsuit against former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique