Posted 7:28 AM 5/23/2013
LONDON (AP) - A brave scout leader who may have prevented further violence has emerged as an unlikely hero in the apparent terror attack that left one man dead on the streets of London. Ingrid Loyau-Kennett got off a bus and tried to reason with the two attackers after she tried to (More)
Posted 8:18 PM 5/22/2013
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - A legislator in Puerto Rico has submitted a bill that would increase fines and jail time for parents whose children skip classes or drop out of school.
Angel Munoz Suarez says fines up to $5,000 and a 12-month jail sentence are needed to reduce dropout and (More)
Posted 10:24 PM 5/21/2013
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) - A "special envoy" for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un left Pyongyang on Wednesday for China, the North's only major political and economic benefactor. State media released few details, but the trip comes at a rocky time in ties between the allies. In a (More)
Posted 6:55 PM 5/20/2013
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The Palestinians have done all the legal work necessary to join 63 U.N. agencies, conventions and treaties but haven't applied yet mainly to give the latest U.S. peace effort a chance to succeed, the chief Palestinian negotiator said Monday.
Saeb Erekat said Monday (More)
Posted 12:38 PM 5/18/2013
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Kunga Norbu grew up in Bloomington, Ind., half a world away from the native Tibetan village of his father and world-famous uncle, the Dalai Lama.But a passion for his ancestral land after decades of Chinese rule burns fiercely in Norbu's American-accented voice. (More)...
Posted 11:14 PM 5/17/2013
A former marine from Woodford County lives in Laramie, Wyoming, where fugitive rapist, John Buckley IV was captured Wednesday.
Nathan Noble tells LEX 18 he used to be friends with Buckley when the two lived in Lexington.
Noble is a kicker for the University of Wyoming football team (More)
Posted 2:52 PM 5/16/2013
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Army's top officer acknowledged on Thursday that his service is failing in its effort to stop sexual assaults, as he and the nation's other top defense leaders were summoned to the White House to discuss the militarywide problem.
Gen. Ray Odierno, the Army chief of (More)