The Minnesota Vikings spent more than a decade campaigning for public funding for a new stadium, finally winning the long, arduous struggle for state approval last spring.
The State Department is urging Thailand to protect about 200 ethnic Uighurs (wee-GERS) it says have been rescued by Thai police from a camp in the nation's south.
House Speaker W. Ken Martinez is in line to run unopposed for re-election after a potential challenger withdrew.
The State Department is advising U.S. citizens in Russia to be alert amid the potential for increased public demonstrations and anti-American actions in Russia in connection with Russian actions in the Crimea.
Addressing gay and lesbian concerns, the Obama administration Friday moved to expand health insurance access for same-sex couples and close a loophole that threatened to leave some HIV/AIDS patients without coverage.
An unsigned, hand-written note included with Clinton administration documents on combatting terrorism urges, "Send a Muslim!"
A federal judge has delayed former University of Kentucky basketball star Richie Farmer's report date to a federal prison by a week.
Jon Krakauer is asking a judge to order the release of records in the 2012 rape case against University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson for a new book the "Into the Wild" author is writing, according to a petition filed in state court in Helena.
Bruce Rauner's wealth has been an underlying theme throughout the campaign for Illinois governor, from his choice of wristwatch to critics' questions about his business dealings to rivals accusing him of trying to "buy" the GOP nomination with more than $6 million of his own money he has put into the campaign.
A political action committee supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton is sending staff members to visit New Hampshire next week to begin organizing support in case the former first lady and secretary of state decides to run for president in 2016.
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Clinton administration papers released by the National Archives show a wariness of helping the possible presidential aspirations of Republican Colin Powell.
The United States supports U.N. Security Council discussion of allegations North Korea committed crimes against humanity, a senior official said Friday. But he questioned whether the council had time to take up the issue.
Despite a disastrous start and relentless Republican opposition, President Barack Obama said Friday that enrollment in his signature health care program is high enough to make it stable for the millions who have signed up.
The nation's for-profit colleges accused the Obama administration on Friday of engaging in a "discriminatory, punitive" attack against programs that help many non-traditional students find meaningful employment. The administration says it's those very students it's trying to protect.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has sued 16 big banks that set a key global interest rate, accusing them of fraud and conspiring to keep the rate low to enrich themselves.
The State Department is offering bounties of up to $3 million each for three members of a Somalia-based extremist group with ties to al-Qaida.