WASHINGTON (AP) — In its last-ditch attempt to get moderate Syrian opposition groups to the negotiating table, the U.S. faces the prospect that a no-show wouldn’t be such a bad thing.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Personal emails at the center of the brewing scandal for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may have remained secret, had the public and press relied solely on the state’s open records law.
By Ali Weinberg, Special to ABC News A high-profile U.S. Naval Academy sexual assault case took an unexpected turn Friday after charges were dropped against a midshipmen accused of sexually assaulting a female classmate — a develo...
In a time of partisan gridlock, the recent example set by Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Paul Ryan to hash out a budget deal marked a rare moment of across-the-aisle cooperation. Murray, D-Wash., and Ryan, R-Wis., said they bonded ove...
By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said he will talk next week about how he plans to create jobs in the U.S. manufacturing sector, one of several economic goals he set for his administration las...
Berlin, 1940. Late one a night a railway worker boards her train home and chats with a man. Then everything goes wrong.
HBO’s True Detective sounds like your average crime procedural. Yet, buoyed by Matthew McConaughey, it’s one of the most riveting and provocative series ever. Period.
Give up the annual self-flagellation ritual of New Year’s resolutions and starting tweaking your behavior to meet—and beat–your goals in 2014.
The best NFL quarterback isn’t Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, or Drew Brees. It’s Seattle’s Russell Wilson, who only gets paid $527,000 this season. He may get a Super Bowl ring, too.
On the mean streets outside Portland, it’s wealthy suburbanites vs. crickets, teenagers, a dead beaver, and the moon. Check out one of America’s most absurd newspaper police blotters.