By SYLVIA HUIAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - A Russian-operated ship said to be carrying military helicopters to Syria appears to have turned back after its British insurer removed coverage for the vessel, U.K.
By SARAH BRUMFIELDAssociated Press
BALTIMORE (AP) - A Maryland judge has ordered a cannibalism suspect transferred to the state's maximum-security psychiatric hospital for a competency evaluation, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Alexander Kinyua, 21, of Joppatowne
By HAMZA HENDAWI and SARAH EL DEEBAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's Hosni Mubarak was on life support after suffering a stroke in prison Tuesday, deepening the country's uncertainty just as a potentially explosive fight opened over who will succeed him.
By SARAH DiLORENZOAP Business Writer
BRUSSELS (AP) - European leaders are locked in a fierce debate over how to solve the debt crisis that is killing off growth on the continent, including whether to ease up on the terms of Greece's bailout deal.
SEATTLE (AP) - Washington state authorities said they have positively identified the remains of a woman killed by the Green River Killer, one of the nation's most prolific killers.
The King County Sheriff's Office said Monday that remains found in Auburn,
By DAN JOLINGAssociated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The leader of an Alaska militia who gave speeches claiming Fairbanks was on the verge of having blood in its streets was convicted Monday of nine federal charges, including conspiracy to kill federal law enforcement officers
By KEVIN BEGOSAssociated Press
The defense in Jerry Sandusky's child sexual abuse trial is suggesting that a personality disorder explains some of the charges against the former Penn State assistant football coach, but one expert says that may be a stretch.
By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINSAP Legal Affairs Writer
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Supreme Court on Monday delayed a condemned inmate's execution following a judge's ruling that the inmate is too mentally ill to be put to death.
The court's decision means
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) - A judge has thrown out a $40 million lawsuit stemming from a 2008 hate crime killing on New York's Long Island.
Newsday (http://bit.ly/L72iYq ) reports a U.S. District Court judge denied the lawsuit because of a technicality.