The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans’ phone records in bulk.
The month of May has gone down as the wettest month in Oklahoma’s history.
Microsoft will roll out the latest version of its Windows operating system at the end of July.
Doctors say a waitress at a Georgia Hooters and a longtime regular customer at the restaurant are both doing well after a successful kidney …
Palmer died Friday of natural causes at a hospice care center in Connecticut.
A South Carolina man who was being sought for kidnapping and assaulting a woman has been arrested in Overland Park.
Drivers should expect delays during peak time commutes and should allow extra time for their daily commutes.
Furloughs will begin June 7 for state workers unless the Legislature passes funding, the Kansas budget director said Sunday.
Lawmakers are well in to the extended session, Sunday marking 101-days.
Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in the world, but many in the U.S. don’t want that to continue.
Upon arrival emergency crews found three people injured, at least two critical
Officers say the child was inside the home and was struck by shots fired outside the house.
“Aloha,” the critically maligned romantic comedy from director Cameron Crowe, opened in sixth place with $10 million.
Anti-trade forces have struggled to ignite public outrage over Obama’s bid to enact new free-trade agreements, but Democratic opposition in …
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry broke his leg in a bicycle crash Sunday after striking a curb.
After filing scores of erroneous Medicare claims for treating a form of malnutrition typically found in tropical countries.
The recent rain that has boosted levels in Wichita’s primary water sources could also help the city during future droughts.
A southwest Missouri man died last week after being bitten in both legs by a venomous snake and going home, instead of heeding his girlfrien…