For the first time in two years, delegations from North and South Korea sat down for talks aimed at ratcheting down escalating tensions on the peninsula.
A construction worker has turned himself in to police in connection with Wednesday’s building collapse in Philadelphia.
There’s no big news again today from the U.S. Supreme Court — which is sort-of big news in itself because it means we’re still waiting for the justices’ decisions on these major case
Dr. Karen Sciascia of Red Hill, Pa., has delivered thousands of babies in her career. But on a vacation to Montana this week, she helped deliver another life from danger.
Police in India say they’ve arrested three men in connection with the alleged gang rape of an American woman in northern India earlier this week.
The defending champion Heat had been, and may still be, the favorite to win the best-of-seven series.
Fresh reports about the massive amount of electronic data that the nation’s spy agencies are collecting “raise profound questions about privacy” because of what they say about how such information will be collected in the future, NPR’s Dina Temple-Raston said Friday on Morning Edition.
Andrea, the first named storm of the Atlantic Hurricane season, strengthened overnight and is forecast to make landfall along Florida’s Big Bend area later today.
As far as Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is concerned, farmers, foresters and ranchers need to respond right now to the impact of climate change on their businesses.
It’s too early to tell whether North Korea’s offer on Thursday of talks with the South — potentially the first such dialogue in years — is more than just another negotiating tactic.