By ROBERT JABLONAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Rev. Robert Schuller has lost a court bid to obtain more than $5 million from the ministry he founded, a now-bankrupt religious empire that included worldwide "Hour of Power" broadcasts and Orange County's landmark Crystal Cathedral.
By ROBERT BARRAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - The BBC paid its former director-general $772,000 after only 54 days at the helm because it was the only viable way to get him to leave in the wake of the broadcaster's sex abuse scandal, the chairman of its governing body said Tuesday.
By JESSE J. HOLLANDAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - When does your co-worker also count as your supervisor? The Supreme Court may make a final decision on whether to draw a legal line between work colleagues and work managers, at least when it comes to harassment and retaliation claims.
By MATT SEDENSKYAssociated Press
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Tea party firebrand Rep. Allen West conceded his re-election fight Tuesday, two weeks after the vote gave way to court appearances, two partial recounts and unending accusations by his camp that the vote count wasn't fair.
By LAUREN E. BOHNAssociated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) - The hostilities between Israel and Hamas have found a new battleground: social media.
The Israeli Defense Forces and Hamas militants have exchanged fiery tweets throughout the fighting in a separate war to influence public opinion.
By CHARLES WILSONAssociated Press
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - When a house two blocks away exploded with a deafening boom, the staggering force knocked Billie Chipman to the floor. The freckled 16-year-old hasn't slept since.
"I was walking to the couch and I fell," she said Thursday. As clocks and
By BEN FELLERAP White House Correspondent
WASHINGTON (AP) - Barely a week after winning re-election, President Barack Obama suddenly confronts a deepening challenge in assembling a new national security team, his task complicated by a scandal that has cost him a CIA chief and raised doubts
By CHARLES WILSON and RICK CALLAHANAssociated Press
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Investigators in the Indianapolis explosion that killed two people and decimated a neighborhood believe natural gas was involved and are focusing on appliances as they search for a cause, a city official said Tuesday.
By ROBERT BURNSAP National Security Writer
ABOARD A U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT OVER THE PACIFIC (AP) - Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Monday the Obama administration is nearing a decision in the next few weeks on how many U.S. troops would remain in Afghanistan - and for what purposes - after
WASHINGTON (AP) - The accused East Coast Rapist says he doesn't know why he couldn't stop attacking women for nearly two decades.
"They were objects," Aaron Thomas told The Washington Post (http://bitly.com/W0sRiP) in a series of telephone interviews from his jail cell in Virginia's