The Denver Art Museum has made good on its Super Bowl bet and delivered the Frederic Remington "Broncho Buster" sculpture to the Seattle Art Museum for a three-month exhibit.
For the second time this month, an airliner landed in Portland after officials said a passenger became disruptive.
Czech film director Vera Chytilova, one of the leading filmmakers of the new wave of Czechoslovak cinema in the 1960s, has died. She was 85.
Iran's official news agency is reporting that Iran and Russia have discussed a draft agreement to build two more nuclear power plants in the Islamic Republic.
The owner of the leading independent Russian news website Lenta.ru has fired its chief editor following official complaints over the outlet's coverage of Ukraine.
Federal prosecutors say a New York-based investment bank and broker-dealer has agreed to pay $25 million in penalties for misleading customers when it came to trading in residential mortgage-backed securities.
A former Goldman Sachs trader dubbed "Fabulous Fab" has been ordered to pay about $825,000 in a securities fraud case stemming from the 2007 mortgage crisis that helped push the country into recession.
Lidia Gany had some tea and bread, all she can afford these days for most meals, put on her duffel coat with the fake purple fur collar, and came down to the main square of this down-at-the-heels industrial city at Ukraine's eastern edge to join fellow ethnic Russians in urging Moscow to send troops across the border and protect them.
Oprah Winfrey's latest book project is a collection of magazine columns by a writer she knows quite well.
New Jersey's lieutenant governor says allegations that she threatened to withhold Superstorm Sandy aid to a city in need will be included in Gov. Chris Christie's own investigation into scandals rocking his administration.
General Motors is offering free loaner cars to owners of compacts that are being recalled for a deadly ignition switch defect.
Malaysian officials on Wednesday defended their handling of the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Here are some discrepancies in statements they have made since the plane disappeared early Saturday with 239 people on board:
CBS says it's renewing its hit comedy "The Big Bang Theory" for three more years.
Authorities are asking any dentists for help in identifying the mummified remains of a woman found in a car at a suburban Detroit home last week.
Prosecutors in Oscar Pistorius' murder trial have dropped their assertion that the double-amputee Olympian was wearing his prosthetic legs when he shot girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in the early hours of Valentine's Day last year, losing a key part of their argument that the killing was premeditated.
A former Baltimore factory worker has won one of the richest prizes for poetry awarded in the United States.
An 18-year-old Minnesota man has died after he was buried in an avalanche in southwestern Montana that may have been triggered by another rider.
U.S. stocks are little changed in midday trading as investors worry about slower growth in China and lingering tensions in Ukraine.
Federal officials say a United Airlines flight from Denver to Billings, Mont., likely encountered severe clear-air turbulence over Wyoming, causing a sudden loss of altitude that injured 11 of the 114 people on board.
Warren Buffett's company says it has agreed to acquire a Miami-based TV station from Graham Holdings Co. in exchange for most of its shares in the company that once owned The Washington Post.