— Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The Egyptian president also demands that the body grant membership to the Palestinians.
After wooing college students and working-class voters, both candidates move on to Virginia.
Researchers think a new discovery in his treatment could offer a cheap, simple way to personalize cancer treatment.
A new study shows that serious crash injuries drop after physicians warn seniors not to drive.
Police are testing soil under a Detroit-area driveway after a man says the vanished Teamsters leader may have been buried there 35 years ago.
He hasn’t yet ruled on whether the two failed to properly report suspected child abuse in the Sandusky case.
It’s a point that’s often argued behind the scenes in labor disputes, but this time was out in the open for millions of TV watchers to witness.
Secretary of State Clinton also is offering U.S. help in the country’s efforts for peace with its different ethnic minorities.
“one of the greatest spirits i have ever known is gone,” the singer tweeted about the 6-year-old’s death from a rare brain cancer.
After the chief resigned, the only certified member of the Vaughn, N.M., force is Nikka, a drug-sniffing canine.