10 things to know for Thursday, March 27: Thai satellite spots 300 objects in Indian Ocean
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A Thai official says the images were taken Monday and that the objects were about 125 miles from the area where a French satellite spotted 122 objects on Sunday.
When the president visits with Francis, he’ll find a pontiff that agrees with his vision on economic equality but at odds on contraception in the U.S. health care law.
A federal agency’s decision could revolutionize college sports — raising the possibility of salaries for student-athletes, along with such things as labor strikes and lockouts.
America’s energy boom is fueling population growth in or near the oil- and gas-rich fields of the Great Plains and Mountain West.
Congress hopes to get a bill to Obama soon that would provide $1 billion in loan guarantees to Ukraine and sanction those who aided Russia’s takeover of Crimea.
The lawyer hired by the New Jersey governor to review a traffic-blocking scandal will reportedly clear the potential 2016 presidential candidate from any wrongdoing.
Possible Republican presidential candidates are poised to showcase their electability before deep-pocketed political patron Sheldon Adelson.
Patrick Cannon, a Democrat on the job less than six months, allegedly accepted tens of thousands of dollars in bribes — including $20,000 in cash.
Watch what you tweet, sports fans. Security firms are turning to social media to tap into the mindset of a crowd before big games.
The actress’ description of her split from rock star husband Chris Martin as a “conscious uncoupling” confounded many.