Governors have broken into a partisan on-camera feud at the White House after meeting with President Barack Obama.
Bates College says a 21-year-old student from New Hampshire is missing in Rome. The college said Friday that John Durkin, of Rye, N.H., was among six Bates students participating in a study-abroad program through Trinity College in Connecticut.
A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo of bearing some responsibility for a 1997 massacre in a Mexican village and covering it up.
A former defense contractor charged last month with trying to ship to Iran stolen proprietary information about the Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program and military jet engines is facing a new charge involving a third company.
One of the co-founders of outdoor outfitter Cabela’s has died at the age of 77.
One of Puerto Rico’s Ten Most Wanted was picked up in Norwich Monday during a traffic stop.
The attack submarine USS Virginia has returned to Groton following a six-month deployment.
Innovative, influential comedy genius Sid Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, has died at age 91.
Attorneys for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev asking for trial no earlier than Sept. 2015; prosecutors want trial to begin this fall.
Despite increased security put in place after the massacre at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012, there’s been no real reduction in the number of U.S. school shootings.
2011 was rollercoaster year, with political scandals, a fair share of global upheaval, as well as crises both economic and environmental here at home. Take a look through the biggest events of 2011 in our chronological look back at the past 12 months…