Topic: The Associated Press
Yahya Wehelie, an American from Virginia, has been stuck in Egypt for the last six weeks, living in a cheap hotel and surviving on fast food, because his name is on a no-fly list.
06/16/2010 03:35 pm
Ronnie Lee Gardner execution: Some experts say that firing squads are more humane than lethal injection.
06/16/2010 03:34 pm
Flash floods swept away cars, trees, and parts of houses in a deluge that devastated a picturesque region in the hills behind a portion of the French Riviera.
06/16/2010 03:11 pm
Hearing aid lawsuit: Pennsylvania man Bill Furman has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the Pennsylvania State Police over guidelines that forbid hearing aids in the certification process.
06/16/2010 02:07 pm
BP CEO Tony Hayward had his first meeting with President Obama at the White House Wednesday.
06/16/2010 01:44 pm
World War II MIAs: Researcher says he has ID'd seven soldiers missing in action from WW II.
06/16/2010 01:09 pm
A Mexico drug war shootout killed more than a dozen people Tuesday in the tourist town of Taxco, just days after police found a mass grave there with 55 bodies.
06/16/2010 11:09 am
An unruly mob of concertgoers throwing bottles caused an outdoor concert by the groups Hanson and Drake to be canceled in New York on Tuesday.
06/16/2010 10:52 am
iPhone issues. Apple and AT&T face two major problems with taking orders for new iPhone.
06/16/2010 10:38 am
The majority of Americans questioned in an AP-GfK poll don't approve of the way President Obama is handling the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
06/15/2010 03:48 pm