TWIN FALLS, Idaho—A report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says the Idaho Department of Agriculture spotted moldy yogurt during a
CAIRO—Prosecutors on Thursday sent to trial two of the most prominent Egyptian activists involved in the 2011 uprising that brought down Hosni Mubarak, charging them with taking part in an "illegal" protest and allegedly assaulting policemen during demonstrations last month, judiciary officials said.
LEESBURG, Va.—A co-owner of the Mars candy company has pleaded guilty to reckless driving in a fatal crash. A judge in Loudoun County, Va.
UNITED NATIONS—The U.N. Security Council has authorized increased military action by France and African troops to try to end near-anarchy in
NEW YORK—William Bratton, whose tenure as commissioner of the New York Police Department in the 1990s was marked by a steep decline in crime
SPRINGFIELD, Vt.—Before Aaron Collins died, he gave his brother, Seth, a mission: Eat, be merry and leave a giant tip.
2 campaign officials: Bratton, former Boston and LA police head, chosen to lead NYPD again
Ky. man fulfills brother's last wish with big tip tour across country; makes $500 stop in Vt.
UN authorizes military action by African and French troops in the Central African Republic
Cops: Lab results show NY pair was cooking meth, not chicken wings, when apt. fire broke out