By RACHEL ZOLLAP Religion Writer
ATLANTA (AP) - The nation's Roman Catholic bishops on Wednesday promised steadfast opposition to President Barack Obama's mandate that birth control be covered by health insurance, saying it is one of many threats to religious freedom in g
By TOM HAYSAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - A former Goldman Sachs board member fed secrets about the banking giant to a close friend and fellow Wall Street heavyweight who used the information to make a killing on the stock market, a prosecutor said Wednesday in closing argument
By Schuyler Velasco
Taco Bell menu items may be helping the chain cater to a broader clientele. But don't worry -- it's not forgetting its core customer base.
The Tex-Mex fast food giant, owned by Yum!
By NICHOLAS PAPHITISAssociated Press
ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Greek banking officials say that depositors unnerved by political instability and talk of a potential exit from the euro are continuing to pull out their savings from local lenders, but not at a pace that would destabiliz
By COLLEEN LONGAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - A police officer was indicted Wednesday in the death of an unarmed drug suspect, the first time a New York City officer has faced criminal charges in a fatal shooting since a groom was killed in a 50-shot police barrage on his weddi
By GEORGE JAHNAssociated Press
VIENNA (AP) - OPEC ministers are coming into a meeting deeply divided over how much crude to pump, with Saudi Arabia keen to keep a lid on prices, rival Iran pushing to cut production and Iraq expected to back Iran, its longtime foe under Saddam Hus
By HOPE YENAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Once a rite of passage to adulthood, summer jobs for teens are disappearing.
Fewer than three in 10 American teenagers now hold jobs such as running cash registers, mowing lawns or busing restaurant tables from June