China says committed to U.S. debt, wary on gold

China, the world's biggest holder of foreign exchange reserves, renewed its commitment to the U.S. Treasury market on Tuesday but said it would be wary of substantially boosting its gold holdings.China

Obama to push climate change in White House meeting

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama will corral on Tuesday key Republican and Democratic senators whose support is critical for passing a climate change law, seeking to jump-start stalled efforts to overhaul energy

Policy could prohibit citizens from fishing many bodies of water

The Obama administration will accept no more public input for a federal strategy that could prohibit U.S. citizens from fishing the nation's oceans, coastal areas, Great Lakes, and even inland waters.

MRI: Knee injury for Cavs' Jamison not serious

An MRI taken on Cavaliers forward Antawn Jamison's left knee has shown no serious problems.

ULL basketball coach let go

LAFAYETTE - Robert Lee will not coach the ULL basketball Ragin' Cajuns next season. Lee was not re-hired after six years with the team and a 63-92 overall record. The coach lost his final game last Saturday against UL-Monroe in the first round

'Nothing personal': Yankees won't extend Jeter, Rivera, Girardi

Hal Steinbrenner says the New York Yankees won't alter their policy against contract extensions and will deal with Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Joe Girardi after the season.

Nathan injury is enormous blow to Twins

Joe Nathan's injury leaves the Twins with one gaping void.