The Great Synagogue of Warsaw, which was destroyed by German forces during World War II, made a brief reappearance as an apparition of light during commemorations for the Ghetto Uprising of 1943.
Health officials on Friday said this flu season has been officially going for 21 weeks. That makes it the longest U.S. flu season in 10 years, and among the longest seen since the government started tracking flu season duration more than 20 years ago.
A California couple who inflicted years of torture and abuse on 12 of their 13 children and were only discovered when one of their daughters fled their home and pleaded for help to a 911 operator were sentenced to life in prison Friday, with parole possible after 25 years.
Dozens of protesters have gathered in Bangladesh’s capital to demand justice for an 18-year-old woman who died after being set on fire for refusing to drop sexual harassment charges against her Islamic school’s principal.
The parents of celebrated Austrian climber David Lama said Friday that he had “lived his dream,” as hopes for him and two other top climbers missing in the Canadian Rockies faded
Federal officials are preparing to get rid of decades-old rules for labeling frozen cherry pies.
Hunkered down in their hives and drunk on smoke, Notre Dame’s smallest official residents – some 180,000 bees – somehow managed to survive the inferno that consumed the cathedral’s ancient wooden roof
Former Vice President Joe Biden, 76, would be the oldest and most experienced politician in the race.
A private cargo ship has arrived at the International Space Station following a 1-day journey from Virginia.
Weather forecasters have upgraded last fall’s Hurricane Michael from a Category 4 storm to a Category 5.
Police in Northern Ireland say the dissident republican group the New IRA was probably responsible for the fatal shooting of a journalist during overnight rioting in the city of Londonderry.
A defiant President Donald Trump is unleashing tweets targeting former members of his administration who told special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators he tried numerous times to try to stop or influence the probe
Two men from Davenport were facing off in a Spokane courtroom – and wrestling
Buses will continue to stop in the lane of traffic on East Sprague Avenue, a victory for the transit agency and its plans to build out a “high performance transit” network on its busiest and most popular routes with transit stops that act and look like those on East Sprague.
A homework assignment for a Gonzaga University student to attend a recent murder trial transformed into a legal fight for a new trial after a judicial assistant accused the student, and her friends, of doing drugs in court and then tried to get them arrested.
As Spokane Public Schools deals with a $31 million budget deficit next year, tough layoff conversations were held across the district last week. However, the cuts fell like a machete in Spokane’s low-income neighborhoods.
For the first time in decades, a steel-framed butterfly towers above the north-bank entrance to Riverfront Park.
Two Peruvian firefighters visited the Spokane Fire Department training center Thursday where the all volunteer force was gifted with at least one retired firetruck and a range of clothes, gear and boots no longer being used by the city.
A King County judge on Thursday approved a settlement in a class-action lawsuit against Washington State University over a potential data breach in April 2017. WSU and its insurers agreed to pay up to $5.26 million and provide potential victims an additional two years of free credit monitoring.
Spokane County Marriage licenses