WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration says more doctors and hospitals are embracing technology as adoption of computerized medical records reaches a "tipping point" in America.
A report Wednesday from Health and Human Services says more than 50 percent of doctors' offices and 4 in 5 hospita
PRAGUE (AP) - The Czech president says he will no longer block a university professorship for a gay rights activist who had been critical of him.
Milos Zeman has been under fire after suggesting over the weekend that his reason for denying the promotion to Charles University literary historian Marti
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER and ALAN FRAMAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - At the center of a political storm, an Internal Revenue Service supervisor whose agents targeted conservative groups swore Wednesday she did nothing wrong, broke no laws and never lied to Congress.
By JENNIFER PELTZAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Anthony Weiner knows there may be a lot of New Yorkers who would never consider voting for him again, but he says he's running for mayor because he wants to bring his ideas to the fore - and win.
"I don't kid myself.
By MARGIE MASONAssociated Press
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) - After months of ignoring Chinese warnings to give up nuclear weapons, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a high-level confidant to Beijing on Wednesday, in a possible effort to mend strained ties with his country's most important al
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) - In a May 17 story about the death of jailed former Argentine dictator Jorge Rafael Videla, The Associated Press, relying on an initial prison service statement and comments from a spokeswoman for the prisoners, reported erroneously that he died in his sleep while in be