By Bob Weber and Chris Purdy and Dean Bennett
EDMONTON - The mother of a young security guard who police believe killed three co-workers and grievously wounded a fourth begged her boy to turn himself in Friday night.
"Please, Travis, I love you and I'm pleading with you with all of my heart to e
By Kate Stanhope,
What will happen to the little cookie-making elves that live in Mr. Schue's hair?
Matthew Morrison said goodbye to his signature curls and debuted his newly buzzed head on his Who Say page Thursday.
By AMANDA LEE MYERSAssociated Press
PHOENIX (AP) - The tea party Republican who sought former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' seat in Congress has dropped out of the fall race, two days after losing a special election to serve out her term.
By NIRMALA GEORGEAssociated Press
SAHIBABAD, India (AP) - On the outskirts of New Delhi, in a cramped concrete workshop where the air shimmers with the light of welding torches, an Indian businessman has become a master craftsman of Napoleonic swords.
HOUSTON (AP) - A retired Texas firefighter convicted of fatally shooting his unarmed neighbor during a dispute over a noisy birthday party was described as abusive and a bad neighbor Thursday during the punishment phase of his trial.
Raul Rodriguez, 47, was convic