HONOLULU (AP) — An airplane powered by the sun is scheduled to land in Hawaii after a five-day journey over the Pacific Ocean.
The flight from Japan is the longest leg of the around-the-world voyage planned by two Swiss pilots who have been taking turns flying the single-seat airplane. It is also the riskiest because the plane has nowhere to land in an emergency.
The aircraft is scheduled to land at a small airport outside Honolulu about 6 a.m. (9 a....
MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Thousands of eastern Tennessee residents have been displaced after a CSX train car carrying hazardous material derailed and caught fire, forcing their evacuation.
Most received urgent knocks at their doors between midnight and 6 a.m. Thursday by emergency workers who told them they should leave immediately. The fire was reported shortly before midnight Wednesday.
The damaged car carried liquid acrylonitrile, a flammable...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hispanic leaders are warning of harm to Republican White House prospects if the party's presidential contenders don't do more to condemn Donald Trump's comments about Mexican immigrants.
Trump is refusing to apologize for calling Mexican immigrants rapists and drug dealers.
Several other Republican presidential candidates have avoided the issue altogether. Those who have weighed in haven't been as aggressive as many Hispanic leaders...
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — Palestinian Authority forces arrested 100 Hamas members in the West Bank in the biggest raid of its kind in years.
It was the biggest mass arrest in one night since 2007 when Palestinians split after the Islamic militant group Hamas violently ousted forces loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas from Gaza, leaving him governing just parts of the West Bank.
Hamas spokesman Husam Badran said in a statement the arrests were meant to...
HOUSTON (AP) — Legal experts say the federal hacking investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals could take longer if high-level executives are implicated in the breach of the Houston Astros' database.
No charges have been filed in the ongoing probe, which legal experts believe is several months old and has likely involved scouring Astros servers for any IP addresses that might lead back to the Cardinals organization.