Only one bee was taken in a sampling, but its presence indicates there is likely a colony within a few miles of where it was found. Warmer weather, drought, likely favorable conditions for the Africanized honeybees, researcher says.
Mounting job losses and a surprise political development are creating what may be another chance to revive a federal agency that fosters U.S. exports.
U.S. stocks are sharply lower in afternoon trading as investors worry about weakness in China’s economy.
Modi’s marathon visit over the weekend will end tonight when he addresses about 18,000 people at the SAP Center in San Jose, a sold out event that has thousands of the prime minister’s fans snaked outside the door and protestors chanting about digital privacy, gay rights and his role in the in the 2002 anti-Muslim riots that killed more than 1,000 people in Gujarat.
PARIS (AP) — Pretty but noisy Paris, its gracious Old World buildings blackened by exhaust fumes, is going car-less for a day.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Standing before Congress, Pope Francis issued a ringing call to action on behalf of immigrants Thursday, urging lawmakers to embrace “the stranger in our midst” as he became the first pontiff in history to address a joint meeting of the legislators.
What a week it’s been for Texan 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed, detained last Monday for showing his teachers a homemade clock they thought looked like a bomb, and hobnobbing with Google co-founder Sergey Brin this Monday during a whirlwind trip to Silicon Valley.
Scott Walker is dropping out of the Republican race for president, two people familiar with his decision told The Associated Press on Monday.
Authorities have named two men, including a former San Jose Mercury News reporter, whose bodies they believe were found this week in the area devastated by the Valley Fire, which has scorched more than 70,000 acres.
Two University of Arizona alumni have donated $3 million to the Tucson school for anthropology field research by graduate students.