A 57-year-old bureaucrat has replaced Raul Castro as the president of Cuba, launching a new political era as a government led by a single family for six decades tries to ensure the long-term survival of one of the world's last communist states.
Two black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks where they were waiting for a business meeting say they wonder how an everyday encounter could escalate into a police confrontation that left them fearing for their lives.
Iowa insurance officials say 38,000 Iowans who bought health insurance policies after the Affordable Care Act was passed into law but before the state insurance exchanges were set up in 2014 will get to keep those polices for another year.
Mississippi's eight public universities are raising tuition by an average of 4 percent next fall saying lingering effects from state budget cuts two years ago require them to raise more revenue from students.
New York's 'Fearless Girl' statue that has become a global symbol of female can-do business power will be moved from her spot facing the Wall Street 'Charging Bull' to a location facing the New York Stock Exchange.
Gabriele Ludwig, director or sustainability and environmental affairs with the Almond Board of California, explains the issues related to dust during the harvest season. At the Van Duyn Family Farms in Escalon on Tuesday, three companies – Exact H